Endpoint return to Rocket League RLCS

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UK esports organisaton Endpoint have returned to Rocket League by signing the roster formerly known as Monkeys.

Mittaen (Netherlands), arju (Italy) and Smokez (Northern Ireland) are now Endpoint players, with Andythemandy (England) on board as coach.

Monkeys formed back in 2020, and some of the players in the org-less roster have been picked up by various orgs over the years, including Galaxy Racer, Misfits and more.

Monkeys were revived back in April 2023 and had a brief stint with Luna Galaxy, before disbanding a few months ago – and now joining Endpoint.

Endpoint co-owner Peter Thompson welcomed Monkeys to the org and said they will be bootcamping with them for over a month. The org are headquartered in Sheffield where they have their Pracrooms.gg space.

CEO Adam Jessop added: “It’s great to be back in a game that we love so much, with a roster who have worked so hard over a number of seasons and understand the value of proper support and infrastructure to help achieve collective goals!

“Let’s make this OUR year guys. Welcome to the family.”

The news comes a few days ahead of the RLCS 2024 Season, which kicks off with the first open qualifier on January 26th 2024.

Developer Psyonix recently announced RLCS 2024 season changes, which were questioned by some in the Rocket League esports community. Changes include prizing being more widely distributed and a focus on open qualification.

It’s been half a year since Endpoint released their previous roster back in July 2023, consisting of Deevo, Crispy and emre, as well as coach Keda.

The UK esports organisation also have a women’s roster featuring Slumpii, takara, Alanis and geecee. The Endpoint CeX UV women’s Rocket League project was first announced in mid 2022.

The community reacted positively to the news and welcomed Endpoint back into the Rocket League fold.

From the archives: Interview with UK former Endpoint Rocket League player RelatingWave

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