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The Esports Observer has received a letter despatched to Psyonix on behalf of 13 Rocket League Championships Series

BLOG_POSTED_BY xue li     July 5, 2021    
The Esports Observer has received a letter despatched to Rocket League Prices Psyonix on behalf of 13 Rocket League Championships Series (RLCS) teams seeking to deal with a list of grievances concerning the managing and administrative practices surrounding the RLCS.

The letter sent to the RLCS today changed into signed by using representatives from BDS, Endpoint, eUnited, G2 Esports, mousesports, NRG Esports, Pittsburgh Knights, Renault Vitality, Rogue, Singularity, Spacestation Gaming, Susquehanna Soniqs, and Veloce Esports.

According to the letter, groups are voicing their issues approximately what they view as a loss of conversation among the league and themselves, situations surrounding slot ownership, prize money distribution, and monetization of the league for the publisher and teams.

The letter goes on to recommend fixes to a perceived “lack of communication” that consist of, publisher/league bi-weekly calls with crew proprietors and related personnel to cowl agenda updates, partnership opportunities, marketing possibilities, and content tie-ins to crew projects.

Additionally, concerns concerning the scheduling of Rocket League Item Prices the league in phrases of dates and instances were addressed within the letter: “We also ask that season schedules and upcoming activities be shared well earlier that allows you to permit us to plan and marketplace for this reason.”Sources close to the league notice that Infrequent verbal exchange and long reaction instances to questions have hurt the teams’ potential to nicely market their franchises.