UK esports organisation Endpoint have today announced a new women’s Rocket League roster.
Known as Endpoint CeX UV, the team will compete in various tournaments representing the UK organisation. Existing female Rocket League competitions include the Women Car Ball Championship, Raidiant Rocket League Series and others.
The Endpoint CeX UV roster will consist of UK players Slumpii and Takara, Dutch player Kluey and US player geecee.
Update: Kluey has been replaced by Commonwealth Esports Championships gold medal winner Alanis:
Endpoint made the announcement in this stylishly produced video, put together by Dream Team Productions.
Slumpii said: “Super excited for the future, this is just the beginning.”
The other players also spoke positively about joining on Twitter, as did Tundra Esports’ Scottish Rocket League streamer Jorhdys, who expressed her excitement in less conventional means.
The move is another aspect of Endpoint’s Rocket League operations, with their main team competing in the RLCS.
2022 is looking like a solid year for Rocket League esports, with London’s Copper Box Arena to host the Rocket League RLCS 2022 Spring Major
Endpoint COO and co-owner Peter Thompson told Esports News UK: “We are super excited to expand our Rocket League base with the signing of one of Europe’s top female teams.
“We can’t wait to support this scene and continue to keep pushing Endpoint as the place to be for Rocket League in the UK!”
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