Power ranking

EU Power Rankings6/28/16 - 7/5/16

eu Power Rankings {6/28/16 - 7/5/16}

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!

We Dem Girlz

Roster: Remkoe, gReazy, Maestro

In the first day of RLCS Qualifier 2 group stage for European teams, We Dem Girlz performed as expected by getting wins over all of their competition. Most notable result being a 4-1 set win over Supersonic Avengers where they showed that they are seemingly a step ahead of them. They were able to defeat the two of the lower ranked teams in the group with 5-0 set wins over Comrade and Aeriality. Along with those results showed a close 3-2 set win over The Flying Dutchmen which could be considered slightly shocking but Dutchmen have shown quality gameplay over the weeks.

We Dem Girlz have themselves in a driver's seat - along with Flipsid3 Tactics - to acquire the #1 EU seed going into the online finals which will be a hotly contested battle.


Flipsid3 Tactics

Roster: Markydooda, Kuxir97, M1k3rules, mye_bipod_4shor

T'was the first half of the RLCS group stages this week, and Flipsid3 finished joint first with We Dem Girlz. Their first match was against Shoot N' Goal where they absolutely obliterated them 5-0. They then faced Comrade and did exactly the same thing, winning 5-0, but then they met Supersonic Avengers. Most people would think this would be fairly close, with F3 edging it out, but they won 4-1, which is very convincing. Finally, their big game against Mock-It eSports arrived where F3 won 3-2, which is surprisingly close considering Mock-It's latest performances.

All in all, F3 played well enough to get their 1st place spot this week in RLCS, but they definitely had room to improve. The lack of playtime with this team is very noticeable, with F3 making many mistakes that they really shouldn't be making. However, they are now 100% guaranteed to make the LAN finals now, no matter what any team does from this point onwards. They are the first team to succesfully qualify for the Live Event in Hollywood. Congratulations boys!


Supersonic Avengers

Roster: ELMP, Snaski, Doomsee, Kasabi

Supersonic Avengers are back in the saddle and on the LAN trail. If you weren't around for split one let me fill you on how SA performed in those group stages: They didn't. Their shock exit in the open qualifiers meant that they had to pull up their socks and ace the second split. As the open qualifiers came around again everyone was watching SA intently to see if they would choke again, but to their credit, they made it through without a hitch, as many expected. However, with WDG, F3 and Mock all having done outstandingly in the first split, and TFD taking fifth while SA failed to pick up any points, they'll have to play well and make it to a good spot in the online finals to knock TFD out of a LAN spot. Unfortunately for SA, their current play in the first four games of the split has landed them at 11-9, which is scraping a 4th spot over TFD but isn't very impressive considering the teams they have to compete with in online finals are sitting on 17-3, 17-3 and 15-5. SA are going to have a very telling game this weekend against TFD which will likely determine who takes the fourth spot, so I would recommend both teams practice hard and all the viewers make sure they are well equipped with plenty of pop corn.

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Mock-it eSports EU

Roster: Paschy90, Turbopolsa, Sikii

Mockit EU remain in 4th position this week with their performances coming from both Friday’s Gfinity and their RLCS group stage. In Gfinity they had a fairly straightforward bracket, with their only game of note coming in the final where they defeated Miracle Workers 4-2, an expected result. Come RLCS, they start out against The Flying Dutchmen taking a 4-1 victory and giving themselves a positive start to their group stage. They then continue this run, 4-1 against Aeriality and 5-0 against Shoot N Goal. Their final game of RLCS this week was against Flipsid3 in which they narrowly lost 2-3. Mockit are in a position right now where they’re safe from dropping places but equally are looking unlikely to surpass the top 3 of SA, F3, WDG, as those teams are simply more coordinated as it stands. As time goes on however this could certainly change. Furthermore, Mockit are almost guaranteed LAN qualification at this point due to their strong group stage start.


The Flying Dutchmen

Roster: Dogu, Jessiepinkmaan, PauliepauINL, Vogan

Dutchmen are following the same trail as many of the other top teams by focusing most of their competitive efforts towards RLCS Qualifiers and they do have a dogfight going on for the #4 spot.

They did play in Gfinity on Friday however. But their results weren't very inspiring because they beat 2 pretty unknown teams before losing to Cow Nose - who were playing under the name of Boobs i guess - which stalled their chance to face Mock-it eSports EU in the semi-finals.

Their foray into this week's Group Stage matches was a bit rough when they had to start out against Mock-it eSports EU which was a game that some people were thinking was going to be a 3-2 series going to either team but wound up being a 1-4 series loss for The Flying Dutchmen and that may impact their chance to get into online finals. Their other games weren't as dramatic with their other series loss being to We Dem Girlz in a 2-3 affair. Their victories were expected wins over Shoot n Goal (3-2) and Aeriality (4-1).

Right now The Flying Dutchmen are a game behind Supersonic Avengers for qualifying for the RLCS European Online finals in the race for the potential last European RLCS LAN seed.


Crown & Jewels

Roster: Sebadam, Flarke

C&J haven’t played any games this week, and recently just lost their player Taurex, who decided he just didn’t want to play in a proper team anymore. They keep their spot due to how good we know the team to be, and how they’ve been performing for so many weeks, and so one week without games won’t impact them too heavily. They are currently looking for a new 3rd and the gossip is that they like it high and young, with the it likely being Kaydop from Aeriality, and Scrub Killa, who will be joining them (see what i did there… yeah? Yeah? .. ok). This new team looks exceptionally talented, and if those two players join, there will be high expectations for this team to perform, but i think it highly likely they will, so look out for them to be dope and cool and win and stuff.


JJJ Squad

Roster: Krazack, JHZER, Ryuk

JJJ Squad didn’t actually play any tournament games this week but remain in 7th nonetheless. Their past performances are enough for them to retain their position quite comfortably. Even though they’ll be disappointed they failed to qualify for the RLCS group stage, they’re still a strong team of mechanical, aerial-focused players who can really take over a game if you give them the space to do so.


Comrade Gaming

Roster: O.S.P., Juuksey, Lunation

Comrade have been a questionable team in the past, often feeling like a #16 spot team, whilst other times playing well enough to be considered around #7, but this inconsistency is their biggest downfall. This week went almost as well as it could've done really. Their easiest match was their first one vs. Aeriality, where they won 3-2. These two teams are very evenly matched so this result is no surprise. Grabbing the 3-2 win was a good start for Comrade though, because their next two games were against F3, WDG, and SA. Yikes. They lost 5-0 to F3 and WDG and then lost 4-1 to SA. It seems a little rough facing the top 3 teams one after another, but at least they got that out of the way. I didn't see them getting more than one or two games in total from those three matches, but next week they face the lower ranked teams where they can start earning some wins.



Roster: al0t, Sniperkid138, ViolentPanda

Ladies and Gentlemen, children in your bedroom, 30 year olds in your basements, we are gathered here today to say goodbye to an old friend. This will be the last time we see Ka Pow in the power rankings, as the team officially disbanded on the 26th of June The team first got onto the power rankings on the 26th of October, and immediately got taken off the week after, good start, aye? Onwards from the 2nd of November, they have been one of only two teams to have properly stayed every single week in the power rankings up to this date (obviously F3 take the other spot). From their first entry, it took them only 3 weeks to get up into the 5th spot, and other than a brief stint in April, and last week, they have been in the top 5 consistently ever since, peaking at 2nd place on the 23rd of February, during their rebellious teenage years of myXMG.

Ka Pow came onto the scene, with the line up of Al0t, Sniperkid and Dkyhnee as one of the two main non sarp vet teams, fighting Spectral for a long time to be the best non sarp newbie team. Ka Pow became good by simply just being bloody fast. They didn’t really have all that much skill originally, especially compared to the sarp vet teams they were constantly facing, but they took games by just being the fastest they could possibly be. By consistently beating players to balls they were able to force pressure on the other side, and if they had the most pressure, it didn’t really matter all too much how quickly they finished (heh) goals, as they’d get lots of chances (probably rare in others places in their lives).

What eventually threw Ka Pow into the top 5, and was the base for their climb in form was the change from Dkyhnee to Turbopolsa. Turbo almost immediately became their best player, and added a new level to Ka Pow’s game… finishing (although ya know, as a group of young guys, i’m sure that wasn’t too much an issue in their personal lives… but who knows). Turbo was near the top of the game for re-directs and aerials, and came out firing with Ka Pow, meaning they got to make the best of the many chances they got. Now with Sniper being such a solid consistent player, and Al0t getting proficient with passing plays, and weird aerials, they added a lot of dimensions to their games.

Last month, after a stagnation in form, Turbopolsa left to join Mock-It Esports, and there was a lost little Al0t and Sniper walking about the world, looking at the light in the window with teary eyes, finding inspirational quotes on the internet, trying to find a new 3rd for their team. They had a small affair with Miztik, and eventually settled up with ViolentPanda. After a poor RLCS qualifier, they took a drop in the rankings and eventually, as of 4 days ago, Al0t retired from competitive, meaning that Ka Pow have officially disbanded. Now unless they can somehow still make it into the RLCS lan finals, we won’t see them again. The team hasn’t played since the last RLCS qualifiers, and are currently keep their spot due to the level we know the team to be, but as of next week we won’t be seeing them on the rankings. Cya Ka Pow, i always quite liked you, ever since i insulted Al0t a ton in a 1v1 and he added me on his friends list. They were persistently a team with a good attitude, and kept so consistent for so long that they have to respected. They pushed the scene forward in terms of speed, and really forced players to focus on playing fast, and in turn increased the speed of the entire meta game. Ciao Ka Pow, you were quite cool.



Roster: Piksel, Continuum, Kaydop

Aeriality have come into the RLCS second split without anyone really knowing just what they can do. A few players that have been around for a while such as Kaydop and Continuum meant that the team had evident potential to be impressive but no one could be sure of just what Aeriality were capable of. Then, the first part of split two rolled around and the results from Aeriality were a resounding "ehhhhh". Their 4-16 final score from the first four games was due to some stiff opposition, with WDG, TFD and Mock giving Aeriality just two games between them. Nonetheless, the team has done a good job to get to the group stages and has earnt themselves a top ten spot, since even though they may not be performing stellarly in the groups so far, just getting there is a big achievement in itself.

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Top 10

Pos. Team Alieuzz Part Timer Doomsee Lunation MrLittleThor Average
1. Avatar We Dem Girlz 1 1 1 1 1 1.00
2. Avatar Flipsid3 Tactics 2 2 2 2 2 2.00
3. Avatar Supersonic Avengers 3 3 3 3 3 3.00
4. Avatar Mock-it eSports EU 4 4 4 4 4 4.00
5. Avatar The Flying Dutchmen 5 5 5 5 5 5.00
6. Avatar Crown & Jewels 6 7 6 7 6 6.40
7. Avatar JJJ Squad 7 6 7 6 7 6.60
8. Avatar Comrade Gaming 8 9 9 8 8 8.40
9. Avatar KA-POW 9 8 8 9 9 8.60
10. Avatar Aeriality 10 10 10 10 10 10.00



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Teams To Watch

  • Alieuzz: 3SIXTY
  • Part Timer: Savage!
  • Doomsee: Savage!
  • Lunation: Savage!
  • MrLittleThor: Supernova

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