Power ranking

OCE Power Rankings6/17/16 - 6/24/16

oce Power Rankings {6/17/16 - 6/24/16}

Welcome to the Rocket League Power Rankings!

Each week, our committee will be ranking the best teams based on a variety of criteria as well as providing commentary on the teams who make it into the Top 10. The committee is comprised of players, content creators, fans, analysts, & coordinators to help diversify opinions and come to a general consensus. Each committee member has their own method for determining team rankings (ranging from stat-tracking to instinct), but they only count for a single vote since the individual ranks are averaged together. Each member will also list a team that didn't quite make the Top 10, but they feel is on the rise and should be watched.

While we do our best to ensure that we are fair and impartial, it is important to remember that these are just opinions and will most likely change weekly. If you have any questions, thoughts, or suggestions, please send them our way. We’d love to hear from you!

Nuovo Gaming

Roster: Bango, SnarfSnarf, Montyconnorr

This week, despite the score line, Nuovo found themselves up against some tough competition in Alpha Sydney. With a 4-1 win over Alpha they once again cement their place as number one. This week’s game showed a great deal of individual brilliance by the nuovo boys with a lot of exciting solo plays that woo’d the crowd. Definitely a game you should watch if you already haven’t. With Nuovo only playing one game this week, I’m sure they will be raring to play as the OCE Winter Championships start this Sunday. All eyes will be on them as they defend their crown in the first group stage.


Abyss eSports

Roster: Addzey, Express, TheSchoolBus, Daze

Abyss eSports are, after Nuovo, the most in form team of the Oceanic region. They are a testament to consistency - putting in hard work from one week to the next, doing nothing flashy, but racking up win after win. They’ve worked their way past teams with a lot more hype to them, but have proven that hype isn’t what it takes to climb the Power Rankings, but skill, hard work, and consistent form.


Legacy eSports

Roster: Soma, eren, Orion

Legacy continue their slump in form for the second week in a row. While it could be argued that they haven’t reduced in skill and that their opponents have simply caught up with them, their performance against Abyss showed that they can be rattled, and when rattled, soundly beaten. Mid-season is the right time for a slump though, if you must slump, and the challenge is now set for Legacy: return to form for the back straight of the season and reclaim their crown as kings of Oceania.


Alpha Sydney

Roster: Dumbo, Dicky, Stoney

With Alpha versing Nuovo this week, one team’s undefeated streak had to come to an end and unfortunately for Alpha, it was theirs. Alpha are a great team but the problem I find with them lately is consistency. They have the potential to be the number one team in OCE but they just never seem to be switched on for the whole series and this showed in their match this week. They ended up losing 1-4 but they showed glimpses of exceptional play and you could see this in their 5-0 win in game 3 against Nuovo. Alpha will be in the RLOC this week where, ultimately, they should 3-0 their group but it won’t be easy.


Control eSports

Roster: Drippay, Daisu, Turtle

Control have been looking so solid of late, continually showing up to tournaments with their full roster and always performing close to their best. These guys participate in more tournaments than anyone else in the top 10 and their enthusiasm for competitive play is showing in their results. This week we saw them pull their first major tournament win, taking 1st place in the $200 Erase One Day Competition over stiff competition. Control are yet to prove themselves against the top 4, so it will be exciting to watch them as they go into the main event for the $4500 RLOC Winter Championship this Sunday.



Roster: Fachy, Fake, Siki, Seeker

Velocity is going through a season of changes at the moment. In the midst of changing organisation, Fake has also been moved to sub while he makes the switch from K&M to Controller, and Seeker has been promoted to the starting line-up. The change seems to have had a positive effect. After three successive losses in the CGp they managed to pick up a win over InVidious and in the Team Erase ODC, they managed to beat Legacy 2-0 in the Group stage. Although they lost to Legacy in the Semi Finals, there are signs of a revitalization in the team. Unfortunately they missed the second Winter Champs qualifier and won’t be able to compete any further. They’ll have to focus on CGp over the coming weeks to cement their placing in the Power Rankings.


Another One

Roster: OssyOsbert, Cyrix, Plitzinator, The Stig

Another One nabbed their first win in Cybergamer this week over heart and swole, but overall their results have been mediocre. In both of their appearances they played with an unregistered sub, the high level player Plitzinator. In their first appearance with Plitz, they lost the Erase ODC to Control eSports and Uprising. However, it was clear they did not have chemistry, something that A1 rely on heavily, but the good news is that they showed more teamwork against Heart and Swole, and if they pick up Plitz during the roster unlock, they will very likely start showing more consistency. In the meantime, they have to try and win their next 3 Cybergamer matches to make their top 4 finals, and will be looking to take Group A by storm in the Winter championship A bracket.



Roster: Sparks, French Fries, Coleslaw

InVidious is another member of the old guard of Oceanic Rocket League that in recent times have let their opponents catch up to them. They ended HEYGRL ranked fourth in the power rankings, and this earned them an invitation to the Winter Champs - which they have now declined. There are many teams in the region that seem hungrier or, perhaps, simply more able to commit to the time and effort required to maintain form. The future is uncertain for InVidious, but the scene will be all the poorer if they don’t halt their slide down the rankings.


Gameroos XD

Roster: yumi_cheeseman, aoe_emp, DaBeastXD

Only 1 showing from the Gameroo boys this last week in the RLO Team Erase ODC played out last saturday. This had 21 teams fighting it out for a share of $150. The Roos made they’re way to the final stage after coming through the winner's bracket of groups beating Team Erase FD convincingly 2-0. That advanced them straight into the semifinals where they fell 3-1 to Control eSports who went onto win the tournament in the finals with a 4-1 against Legacy who played the day out with Penor in place of eren. With this they’ve done just enough to keep 9th place spot on the rankings. Roos will be set out to play the RLOC Invitational Qualifiers this Sunday, it’ll be a tough group with Nuovo, Erase and JGT but if they’ve put in the work we’ll see them in the Online Finals.


Team furoX

Roster: Kapow_power, Ultra, Outlast

Again we have only 1 showing from a CGiteam, that being their CGi match against Team Erase FD where they dominated the series taking it 5-0. This is a great result considering FD’s recent form and furo could so easily climb the ranking table like Control have done if they were to just play in more than just CGi. If they had played the ODC last saturday or the Gameroo tourneys on the 25/6 - 27/6 they could easily make it higher on this ranking table.


Top 10

Pos. Team cyrix yumi_cheeseman Fachy chrisis Average
1. Avatar Nuovo Gaming 1 1 1 1 1.00
2. Avatar Abyss eSports 2 2 2 3 2.25
3. Avatar Legacy eSports 3 4 4 2 3.25
4. Avatar Alpha Sydney 4 3 3 3 3.25
5. Avatar Control eSports 5 5 5 5 5.00
6. Avatar Velocity 7 7 5 6 6.25
7. Avatar Another One 6 6 7 7 6.50
8. Avatar InVidious 8 8 8 10 8.50
9. Avatar Gameroos XD 9 9 10 9 9.25
10. Avatar Team furoX 10 11 9 10 10.00



Player for Another One


Player for Gameroos and Commentator for AussieGamingTV


Player for Velocity.


Lead Rocket League commentator for Gamestah

Teams To Watch

  • Chrisis: Abyss eSports
  • Fachy: Team furoX
  • Cyrix: Control eSports
  • yumi_cheeseman: Control eSports

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