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Rocket League • Jun 24, 2019

Renault Vitality win Rocket League RLCS Season 7 World Championships - Final Placements

Renault Vitality win Rocket League RLCS Season 7 World Championships - Final Placements
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Renault Vitality have cemented their place in Rocket League history after a tense best-of-seven series win over G2 Esports at the RLCS Season 7 World Championships.


The World Championships were held in the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, and saw 12 of the best Rocket League teams in the world battle it out for a share of the massive $529,500 prize pool.

The tournament boasted recognizable esports organizations such as NRG Esports, Cloud 9, and Rogue alongside some world-famous sporting teams like Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona, but it was Renault Vitality and G2 Esports who found themselves in the grand finals.

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The World Championships took place in Newark, New Jersey.


Renault Vitality take down G2 Esports

Renault Vitality’s road to the final was relatively straightforward, taking down NRG 3-1 in their quarterfinal matchup, before brushing aside Cloud9 in a 4-0 sweep which saw them concede just two goals in their four games against their North American opponents.

G2 found things slightly trickeer, requiring a deciding fifth game against PSG to advance to the semi-finals, where they dispatched Rogue handily, including a 6-1 thumping in the fourth and final match.

While the 4-1 scoreline in the grand finals suggests it wasn’t a tight affair, only one of the games was won by more than one goal, with two matches going to overtime. With the fifth game of the series tied at the end of five minutes, overtime came into effect, with the first team to score a goal declared the winner. A quick Renault Vitality counter-attack left G2 open at the back, and allowed Victor ‘Fairy Peak’ Locquet to soar through the air and smash home the winner.


The win meant Fairy Peak, alongside teammates Alexandre ‘Kaydop’ Courant and tournament MVP Kyle ‘Scrub Killa’ Robertson, took home the $200,000 grand prize, and the crown of Rocket League World Champions.

Rocket League RLCS Season 7 Finals - Final placements

1stRenault Vitality$200,000
2ndG2 Esports$120,000
5th-8thNRG Esports$22,375
5th-8thFC Barcelona$22,375
5th-8thPSG Esports$22,375
5th-8thTriple Trouble$22,375
9th-12thINTZ eSports$10,000
9th-12thGround Zero Gaming$10,000
9th-12thLowkey Esports$10,000

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