Endpoint qualify for Rocket League RLCS London Major and World Championship

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UK esports organisation Endpoint are celebrating after clinching a spot at both the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) Spring Major in London AND the World Championship in Dallas.

Endpoint have performed well in the RLCS 2021-22 Spring Europe Regional Event 3 (aka Super 16) the past few days, beating Aogiri, Karmine Corp and Team BDS to lock in a top three finish and qualify for the huge events.

Endpoint were knocked out by Moist Esports, who went on to win the Rocket League RLCS Super 16 Europe Regional Event.

Moist Esports recently moved into Rocket League with the signing of UK players from Team Queso, and they too have qualified for the London Major and Worlds.

Last month, tickets for the 2022 Rocket League London Major went on sale. The event – also known as ‘LANdon’ – will take place at the Copper Box Arena from June 29th to July 3rd, with fans able to attend on the final two days.

16 teams will participate at the Spring Major from six regions: EU, NA, OCE, SAM, APAC and MENA.

Endpoint are the only UK-based organisation in attendance, however there are UK players on other teams, including Moist and Karmine Corp.

Then, looking ahead to the RLCS World Championship, this will take place at the Dickies Arena in Texas from August 4th to 14th.

Endpoint players and staff celebrated the double qualification on social media.

It’s been a busy month for Endpoint, with the org announcing their Endpoint CeX UV women’s Rocket League team and Endpoint signing former CSGO Major winner Kjaerbye.

Endpoint’s Rocket League roster consists of English players RelatingWave and Archie, and Finnish player Metsanauris, as well as Welsh coach Eclipse.

Metsanauris said: “1,308 days. That’s how long it’s been since i’ve played at Worlds and you would not believe the road I’ve had and the amount of work I’ve put in to get back there. Love my team.”

RelatingWave added: “Going london, I’m so happy that we made three out of three majors this season, HOLY FUCK TESCOOOOOOOOOOO.”

You can see the European point standings here:

Check out our interview with RelatingWave from a few months ago here.

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