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OCE Power Rankings6/24/16 - 7/1/16

oce Power Rankings {6/24/16 - 7/1/16}

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, Montyconnor

Nuovo play a very smart and steady style of Rocket League. They perform well under pressure, keep well grounded, and are always ready to adapt to the game. They’ve introduced a more European style of play into the OCE scene and it’s been paying off for them, with a soaring record that has taken them to the top. They remain undefeated in recent times, winning their Rocket League Oceanic Championship (RLOC) pool with a 3 - 0 record. However, they did drop games to #JGT, Erase FD, and Gameroos XD, showing a small sign of weakness that they too can have off days. Luckily for Nuovo, they have 2 weeks to make sure they are on top of their game for the finals, where they will be looking to take that big first place prize.

yumi_cheeseman

Legacy eSports

Roster: Soma, eren, Orion

Legacy are showing a real spark this week! Taking their pass-first playstyle into both the RLOC pool stage and the Gameroos Tuesday 3v3 tournament (under the name “Lejacy”), and managing to come out on top in both. After their 0-5 loss to Abyss last week, they had a chance to get revenge in RLOC, managing to overcome Abyss in a close 3 - 2 series. However, they were almost beaten in an exciting matchup against Mayne eSports, so they will need to shore up their play, and make sure they aren’t losing games unnecessarily. They showed a solid run in Gameroos Tuesday, coming top of their pool, and winning their way through the grand final to get the big prize, it is great to see them participating in more tournaments as they practice for the RLOC finals coming up in 2 weeks.

yumi_cheeseman

Abyss eSports

Roster: Addzey, Express, TheSchoolBus

This week Abyss found themselves in Group D along with Legacy, Mayne and Singularity in the RLOC Invitational Qualifier. Definitely not an easy group but one they should be expecting to 3-0. They came out of the group 2-1 with a close loss to Legacy which takes them through to the final 8 but I’d be surprised if they were content with the results. Abyss will be looking to improve their chances of cementing their place in the CGp finals when they take on Team Invidious next week while also putting in the prep work for the RLOC final 8.

cyrix

Alpha Sydney

Roster: Dumbo, Dicky, Stoney

Alpha Sydney have the individual skills to pay the bills, but they’ve continued to show inconsistency throughout their games, not quite ready to play off each other and going for the big solo plays that pay off due to their mechanical talent. This week they took an unsurprising victory in their RLOC pool, with wins against FuroX, Reload and 2KF1. However, they looked a little shaky, especially in their match against Reload in which they did not play to their potential, making it a close 3 - 2 series. Things are looking up for Alpha Sydney however, and it is worth noting they only moved down 1 spot on the power rankings due to some solid performances by Legacy. Alpha Sydney will be practicing hard for the RLOC finals, and with some changes to their play, this power ranker predicts Alpha Sydney with a high chance of taking 1st or 2nd for the entire tournament.

yumi_cheeseman

Another One

Roster: OssyOsbert, Stig, Cyrix, Plitzinator

Great results from Another One this week, with a smashing few series in the RLOC Invitational Qualifiers last sunday. They played the day out with their newly found sub (a first for Another One) Plitzinator one of the best PS4 strikers who has made the switch to PC Master Race as of a few weeks ago. Starting off the day A1 headed up against the up and coming Trinity who are the revamped roster of Citadel now with Jcoffee, with a easy 3-1. Next in round 2 was a rather surprising 3-0 against Control who have been looking so solid as of late, and of our last ranking were two places above A1 ranked 5th. Finally we saw another 3-1 this time against Team Supremacy, just going to show how on fire A1 were with super sub Plitzinator. When CGp matches commence again next week due to recruitment week having just taken place A1 will be up against Legacy who have been looking a little shaky these past few week, so if A1 are on their game i expect a very close series.

Fachy

Control eSports

Roster: Drippay, Daisu, Turtle

Only one showing from the boys over at Control, that being the RLOC Invitational Qualifiers last Sunday, where they managed to make top top two of Group A and will proceed to the Online Finals on the 26th. Control might have only just sealed their top 2 spot with some close and not so close series throughout the day. They started off with a close 3-2 series against the newly picked up Team Supremacy which might have been a kick in the gut for Control going into their next match against A1 where they surprisingly lost 3-0 to Another One considering their recent consistency. Finally the match that got them to the Online Finals, another close series again at 3-2 against Trinity. Even though they made top 2 of their group last Sunday they had some close series which in turn demands their swap with Another One this week.

Fachy

Velocity

Roster: Fachy, Fake, Siki, Seeker

Velocity are still in their rebuilding phase after leaving their old organisation and taking on a fourth. In just one outing this week, they lost to a team they should have beaten. Chalk it up this time as “having a bad day” but if this sort of loss continues in the coming weeks they are likely to slide more than just one place at a time. They impressed early in the Season but now have work to do to regain form and glory.

chrisis

Team furoX

Roster: Kapow_power, Ultra, Outlast

Great showing from furo this week with showings in the RLOC and Gameroos 28/6 / 30/6. First up was their RLOC appearance where they clinched a top 2 spot alongside Alpha Sydney. During that day they had a unsurprising 3-0 win against 2KF1 Gaming, then a close 3-2 series against Reload who were running with their sub Ramus after Freaks departure from Competitive RL. Finally their matchup against Alpha where they lost 3-1 to give them the score 2-1 for the day claiming the second top spot of Group B, proceeding to the Online Finals. Tuesday and Thursday saw witness to furo in Gameroos where they took Thursday’s against the newly formed Blitzkrieg with a 3-2 in the finals. Lastly Tuesday’s with a close loss to Legacy 2-1 in the semi finals, a strong showing. FuroX also made one pickup during recruitment week that being the former Erase player Turbul4nc3.With these results FuroX definitely earned their +2.

cyrix

Gameroos XD

Roster: yumi_cheeseman, aoe_emp, DaBeastXD

Great showing from furo this week with showings in the RLOC and Gameroos 28/6 / 30/6. First up was their RLOC appearance where they clinched a top 2 spot alongside Alpha Sydney. During that day they had a unsurprising 3-0 win against 2KF1 Gaming, then a close 3-2 series against Reload who were running with their sub Ramus after Freaks departure from Competitive RL. Finally their matchup against Alpha where they lost 3-1 to give them the score 2-1 for the day claiming the second top spot of Group B, proceeding to the Online Finals. Tuesday and Thursday saw witness to furo in Gameroos where they took Thursday’s against the newly formed Blitzkrieg with a 3-2 in the finals. Lastly Tuesday’s with a close loss to Legacy 2-1 in the semi finals, a strong showing. FuroX also made one pickup during recruitment week that being the former Erase player Turbul4nc3.With these results FuroX definitely earned their +2.

cyrix

InVidious

Roster: Sparks, French Fries, Coleslaw

Invidious have a very aggressive, challenge heavy playstyle that stifles their opponents and allow them to capitalise on mistakes and good 50/50s. Once, a top 3 team, they are slowly trickling down the power rankings due to inactivity and a lack of solid results. They unfortunately could not play in the RLOC group stage, and have had no matches to speak of this week. I think InVidious need to make some changes and experiment with their playstyle. They have 3 very strong players who have played Rocket League since the inception, and with some hard work, they can easily find themselves back at the top. For now, we hope we’ll be able to see more of them.

yumi_cheeseman

Top 10

Pos. Team cyrix yumi_cheeseman Fachy chrisis Average
1. Avatar Nuovo Gaming 1 1 1 1 1.00
2. Avatar Legacy eSports 2 2 3 2 2.25
3. Avatar Abyss eSports 3 2 2 2 2.25
4. Avatar Alpha Sydney 4 4 4 4 4.00
5. Avatar Another One 5 5 5 6 5.25
6. Avatar Control eSports 6 6 6 5 5.75
7. Avatar Velocity 7 8 6 7 7.00
8. Avatar Team furoX 9 7 8 10 8.50
9. Avatar Gameroos XD 8 10 9 8 8.75
10. Avatar InVidious 10 9 10 9 9.50

Committee

cyrix

Player for Another One

yumi_cheeseman

Player for Gameroos and Commentator for AussieGamingTV

Fachy

Player for Velocity.

chrisis

Lead Rocket League commentator for Gamestah

Teams To Watch

  • Chrisis: Control eSports
  • Fachy: Riotous eSports
  • Cyrix: Trinity
  • yumi_cheeseman: Singularity

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