Rocket League RLCS 2024 London Major announced

RLCS 2024 London Major

The Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) will return to London’s Copper Box Arena for the second Major of the year – the RLCS 2024 London Major.

The Copper Box Arena hosted a sold-out RLCS Spring Major in 2022 with Moist Esports beating Team Falcons in the final. Prior to that, the venue also hosted the 2018 Rocket League World Championship which saw Team Dignitas win, and UK caster Shogun give us the famous ‘this is Rocket League!’ line.

Organisers are also calling this event ‘Landon 3.0’.

The venue will once again play host to the world’s best Rocket League players as they compete for the second trophy of 2024, a chance to win the lion’s share of a $255,000 in total prize pool winnings and earn additional RLCS points to secure a spot in the Rocket League World Championship in September.

Blast and Rocket League esports have teamed up with Live Nation, the live entertainment company, to help support and promote the RLCS Major 2 coming to London in June 2024.

Stuart Hutchison, General Manager at Copper Box Arena, said: “Copper Box Arena has firmly established itself as the UK home of esports and it is fitting that we are kicking off our new 10-year partnership with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park by welcoming back Rocket League.

“This event marks the beginning of a series of exciting event announcements as we embark on the next phase of evolution of this popular and successful legacy venue. We look forward to sharing more announcements in the forthcoming weeks.”

‘Copper Box Arena, managed by GLL, a charitable social enterprise and worker-owned cooperative under the community brand Better, is rapidly solidifying its status as the UK’s esports hub, fortified by a fresh decade-long agreement to oversee London’s third-largest arena,’ GLL said in a press release.

The Copper Box has hosted a range of esports events in Rocket League, League of Legends (MSI 2023), Clash Royale and more. Last month, the Copper Box Arena announced a new 10-year lease, paving the way for more esports events.

This is the latest big esports event in the UK this year. Blast is also running the Blast R6 Major in Manchester this May and the CS2 Blast Premier Spring Final at Wembley in June 2024.

See more: Top 10+ UK esports events coming up in 2024

Rocket League RLCS 2024 London Major dates and tickets info

The RLCS 2024 London Major will be broadcast on Twitch and YouTube from June 20th to 21st, and welcome a live audience in the Copper Box Arena for the weekend competition on June 22nd to 23rd.

Tickets go on general sale beginning at 10am GMT on Friday March 29th 2024, and the direct link to purchase tickets will be published on the Rocket League esports social accounts nearer the time. You can also visit for more information.

Update: Tickets are live here and priced from £56.25:

There are three presale windows for O2 Priority customers, Live Nation users and Ticketmaster users.

O2 Priority tickets will be available from 10:00am GMT on Wednesday, March 27th, and Live Nation customers will be able to access tickets from 10am GMT on Thursday, March 28th.

If you are not a O2, Virgin Media or Live Nation customer, you can sign up at before Wednesday, March 27th at 3pm GMT for access to the Ticketmaster presale starting on Thursday, March 28th at 10am GMT.

Ally and Rocket League Esports expand women in esports sponsorship, with branding at the 2024 London Major

Ally Financial Inc. and Rocket League Esports have announced plans for an expanded sponsorship with added focus on offering more opportunities to women in esports.

Ally first became a sponsor of the RLCS in February last year. As part of the extended partnership in 2024, Ally will headline the Star Showdown Chasers tournament series and have branding across the London Major, RLCS North American American Open Qualifiers, Copenhagen Major and World Championship broadcasts. 

As part of the deal, Ally and Rocket League Esports will deliver three women-only tournaments and a co-ed main event across the year with a total prize pool of $75,000 up for grabs. These tournaments will offer the brightest up and coming stars from North America and Europe quarterly competitions to crown the best team in each region.

The expanded sponsorship will see a continued investment in opportunities and events for women in Rocket League Esports, with Ally furthering its 2022 pledge to reach 50/50 media spend across men’s and women’s sports, including esports.

Ally will also be rewarding fans through the collaboration in a number of ways, including regular giveaways of Rocket League in-game items throughout the year on their dedicated landing page

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