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Power ranking

EU Power Rankings6/7/16 - 6/14/16

eu Power Rankings {6/7/16 - 6/14/16}

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!

Flipsid3 Tactics

Roster: Markydooda, Kuxir97, M1k3rules, mye_bipod_4shor

Flipside maintain their top spot despite a quiet week due to their closest competitors Mock EU and We Dem Girlz having similarly uninspiring results. The only tournament that F3 played all week was Rocket Royale which began with the easiest group stage they could have hoped for, needing only a 2-0 win over SnK to qualify for the knockout stage. Their hardest competition in said knockout stage would be 7th ranked JJJ Squad, who they dispatched 3-1 immediately after shutting down C&J Blaze 3-0. The international finals was where it started to get chaotic for the Flipsid3 squad. Starting with an upset 2-3 loss to a new look Mock NA lineup featuring Zanejackey (formerly Orbit) instead of mainstay Low5ive, they had to rebound strongly to decimate a struggling iBP Cosmic 3-0. It was at this point that M1k3rules decided to drop out of the tournament because he was not happy with his internet connection to the US servers and he was replaced by the mighty Wrong_Way_Woody, a man feared for his ability to not hit the ball. They proceeded to lose 0-3 to WDG to the surprise of no one and thus ended the tale of Wrong_Way_Tactics.


Mock-it eSports EU

Roster: Paschy90, Turbopolsa, Sikii

Mock It EU had an action packed week, first they played in the bi-weekly lazer-tag tournament and took a swift 2-0 against the no. 3 seed We Tag Girlz. They then played the awfully ranked team of Ka Oww That Shone In My Eye A Little Too Brightly, but surprisingly only just squeezed by with a 2-1 victory. In the final they played the no. 1 seed Snorty Eyebrow Mute and was able to clench the win with a tight 3-2, after they made a super sub switch in the final game, and the entire team was replaced by a tribe of upper middle class monkeys. In terms of Rocket League however they had a week off, and keep their no. 2 spot until We Dem Girlz can get a victory from them.


We Dem Girlz

Roster: Remkoe, gReazy, Maestro

We Dem Girlz remain 3rd for a second week in a row. Despite this the gap at the top between the 3 teams is so small that you could argue almost any ordering, so don’t go too crazy over the fact WDG haven’t moved up, these teams are all more or less on the same level at the moment. For their results, WDG played in Gfinity and Rocket Royale. Their Gfinity run was very clean, taking the entire tournament, beating notable teams such as The Flying Dutchmen and Precizion Z with no troubles. In Rocket Royale they go 2-0 against Team Solid, and then get through the EU knockout stage by defeating SnK 3-0 and the new Kapow 3-2 in a pretty close series. This Kapow result was a weird one since Kapow looked to be heading downhill after the loss of Turbopolsa, but the very recent addition of ViolentPanda may turn out to be a positive one, so this series vs WDG may or may not be a taste of what’s to come for Kapow. In the international finals, WDG did play both iBuyPower and Mock it NA, however with the whole ping problem that we face with Cross-Atlantic play, these results don’t hold much value. They beat IBP 3-1, and lost two sets to Mock NA 2-3 and 2-4 in the final. In between these 2 series they do manage to take out fellow EU team Flipsid3 3-0, however F3 were using a non-regular sub, so this game does not hold much value either. Overall however the ranking of the top 3 teams is very interchangeable at the moment.


Supersonic Avengers

Roster: ELMP, Snaski, Doomsee, Kasabi

SA had quite a quiet week really. The only tournament they played in this week was Tuesdays Gfinity tournament where they made it all the way to the semi finals where they lost to Precision Z. This is a slightly surprising result, but in recent weeks SA has struggled against PZ, which makes this result slightly less surprising than it otherwise would be. I’m sure SA will be hoping to avoid having to play PZ in the RLCS Q2 this weekend, because if they have to play them in the loser bracket I would not be surprised to see PZ progress at the expense of SA!



Roster: al0t, Sniperkid138, ViolentPanda

Ka Pow got bored of their search for a new top player, and after a crazy night in Amsterdam, they found a panda violently beating up a small boy, and made do with him. The first tournament they played together was Fridays Gfinity, where they didn’t seem to be too ready, and got knocked out almost immediately by Comrade Gaming, a poor start to this Dutch animals new working life. They persevered however, and jumped into Rocket Royale, where they took out Miracle Workers 2-1 to get themselves into the knockouts. They then sniped off C&J Frost by throwing alot of bamboo sticks at them, to take the win 3-2, and face We Dem Girlz in the knockout finals. After a close series, We Dem Girlz beat them 2-3 ending Ka Pow’s run. This is a good start to the new Ka Pow team, and ViolentPanda was one of the very best players without a team, and so far it’s looking like a good match. Ka Pow will be looking to try and get the no. 4 spot from SA, and a matchup between the teams would be incredibly interesting to see.


The Flying Dutchmen

Roster: Dogu, Jessiepinkmaan, PauliepauINL, Vogan

The Flying Dutchmen have a very uneventful week, only participating in Friday’s Gfinity. In this tournament they beat all their amateur opponents before coming straight up against WDG in which they lost 0-3. Nothing that happened this week makes any difference to TFD’s ranking. They’ll remain 6th in the rankings until a team below them shows themselves to be consistently better which I see to be unlikely. I also have my doubts over whether this team can climb the rankings with Kapow looking at least slightly better with Panda as opposed to with Miztik where their team play looked frankly shambolic. Time will tell however with RLCS coming up, TFD seemed to peak in their performance at the last RLCS stage, so perhaps they can replicate that in the coming two or three weeks.


JJJ Squad

Roster: Krazack, JHZER, Ryuk

Along with the 6 teams ranked above them, JJJ Squad have maintained their position in the rankings this week but they haven't climbed any higher. Besides a comfortable run in Gfinity which was brought to an abrupt 2-3 loss by Precision Z, JJJ only played 3 other noteworthy series during the week which were all during a somewhat successful Rocket Royale run. After winning 2-0 against C&J Frost, who were using Lunation as a substitute for Taurex, JJJ went on to beat the newly formed Celerity 3 games to 1 to move onto the final knockout stage, just 1 game shy of international glory. Their hopes of an international finals appearance were quickly shut down, however, by the imperious Flipsid3 Tactics, a series in which JJJ never really looked threatening despite winning one game in the bo5.


Precision Z

Roster: Mikageishi, Tequilaz, Dadooh

PZ had much better results this week than they have been getting recently, shown by their rise back up the rankings. Although they did not enter Rocket Royale this Sunday they did play in both Gfinity’s. In the Tuesday Gfinity, as already mentioned they beat SA in the semi final, by a convincing 3-0. They also beat I cee you 3-0 in the quarters. Although I cee you are not in the top 16, they are still a strong team who could cause an upset, so PZ did well to see them off so convincingly. PZ ended up losing the final 4-1 to a mix match team made up from Panda, Ryuk and Maestro under the name ‘it doesn’t matter’ In Friday’s gfinity PZ also made it all the way to the final, picking up very impressive results on the way, most notably a 3-2 win against JJJ Squad. They also beat Shift Play International 3-2 (A team currently unranked, so surprising it was so close) and team No 3-0 consisting of Yemen and co. They beat Unrivalled 3-1 in the semis, but fell 4-1 to WDG in the final. However their results over the weekend put a dampener on their mid-week performance. In Mockit EU 3v3 (with not many strong teams entering due to Johnny’s 2v2 tournament) PZ got put into the loser bracket by ‘2 weebs 1 pleb’ (A team consisting of Ikewolf, LuxX and jeFF) in round 2 going down 2-0, then put out the tournament in the losers bracket by ‘Royal Airforce’ 1-0.(BatOu, unknown and Chausette) ESL on Sunday did not go much better for PZ either. They made it to the R032 (beating no notable teams on the way) before going down 3-2 to Nujabes. This result is only made better by the fact Nujabes consists of Pikzel, Continuum and Kaydop. That team may seem like a random team, but it was later announced that they will play together in RLCS under the name ‘Aeriality’ Overall, what started as a great week, turned into good week due to poor results over the weekend. The only positive is that although bad defeats, the fact that the defeats were against PUG teams, make the results not carry as much weight as they otherwise would.


Crown & Jewels Frost

Roster: Sebadam, Taurex, Flarke, solid99npnp

Like many of the top teams, Crown & Jewels Frost only participated in one tournament this week that was relevant towards Power Rankings. Rocket Royale didn’t bring up much to talk about for this team. They took an expected 2nd in their group by beating Shazoo 2-1 to start out and losing 0-2 to JJJ Squad before ultimately beating Shazoo again 2-0. The knockout stage would prove to be interesting as C&J Frost were able to take KA-POW to a 5-game series before losing in game 5. On June 7th it was announced that former Gentlemen player and short-time unrivalled player solid99npnp was joining the roster. Not sure how they plan to rotate roster but it looks to be a solid pick-up regardless of who they start.


SnK eSports

Roster: Fanatiz, Killarnaud, Chausette, Fakyy

One of the more active teams this week were SnK. They showed up for 3 tournaments and performed as expected. Starting off with Friday's GFinity, SnK didn't have much in terms of relevant results except for a loss to the great ensemble of players that is Team No. Moving onto Sunday where SnK decided that they wanted to participate in both ESL and Rocket Royale. For Rocket Royale, they had as expected results of beating the short-lived resurrection of Unrivalled twice in group stage and falling to Flipsid3 Tactics. In Knockout stage they were faced with the task of trying to beat We Dem Girlz, which didn't go well for them causing a 0-3 series defeat. ESL brought upon a slightly different challenge for SnK, they made it to the Quarterfinals just fine before running into the combination team of Jessie, X3MW, and Taurex. This would prove to be an interesting match but ultimately they fell to them which could've caused their stay at #10.


Top 10

Pos. Team Alieuzz JohnnyBoi Wrong_Way_Woody Lunation MrLittleThor Average
1. Avatar Flipsid3 Tactics 1 1 1 1 1 1.00
2. Avatar Mock-it eSports EU 2 2 2 2 2 2.00
3. Avatar We Dem Girlz 3 3 3 3 3 3.00
4. Avatar Supersonic Avengers 4 4 4 4 4 4.00
5. Avatar KA-POW 5 5 5 5 5 5.00
6. Avatar The Flying Dutchmen 6 6 6 6 6 6.00
7. Avatar JJJ Squad 7 7 7 7 7 7.00
8. Avatar Precision Z 8 9 10 8 8 8.60
9. Avatar Crown & Jewels Frost 9 8 8 9 9 8.60
10. Avatar SnK eSports 10 10 9 11 10 10.00



Power Ranking Committee Trial Member


Power Ranking Committee Trial Member


Power Ranking Committee Trial Member


Power Ranking Committee Trial Member


Ardent observer of EU competitive scene. Guest columnist for this week.

Teams To Watch

  • Johnnyboi_i: eff0rt
  • Alieuzz: Comrade
  • Wrong_Way_Woody: Team Shazoo
  • Lunation: Team Celerity
  • MrLittleThor: Team Celerity

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