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Oce Power Rankings 21/11 - 27/11





These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:


Nutterres - Twitter
Head tournament Admin for Gameroos, Former Pro player with extensive knowledge of the Oceanic Rocket League scene.


Tibore - Twitter
Analyst & Commentator for AussieGamingTV.


yumi_cheeseman - Twitter
RLCS bound Rocket League addict.

n0lsk1 - Twitter
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania, Rocket League philanthropist and budding global Twitch mod.






Tournament Results


Mockit
  1. Abyss eSports Club
  2. Legacy eSports
  3. Sand Castle
  4. FuroX



Rocet Lan Finals
  1. Athletico
  2. ex-Gameroos
  3. Legacy eSports
  4. Corvidae



ESL
  1. Abyss eSports Club
  2. Alpha Sydney
  3. 3/4 TIED Masterminds / Prodigy



RLO A's
  1. Infinity
  2. Blitzkrieg
  3. 3/4 TIED C7 / Prodigy



RLO B's
  1. Vector
  2. Orbital
  3. 3/4 TIED Pickup / Xbox is lit


Sennheiser Qual #2
Qualified
  1. Athletico
  2. Masterminds
  3. Corvidae
  4. Team Reticent
  5. Legends Featuring Turtle(Seductive Turtle, Epanai, Mrdeano343)
  6. Team Evade
  7. Sand Castle
  8. Boundless(Daisu, Ultra, Madz, Kapow_Power)



News from around the region:
  • Serenity have been sponsored, and are now called Masterminds
  • Atlitude have been sponsored, and are now called C7
  • Creed are now called Sand Castle





Rankings





1 - Abyss eSports Club

Express, Addzey, Cyrix, Stoney | + 1
Back on top again is Abyss with a flawless week, taking down the likes of Alpha Sydney and Legacy eSports on their way. They have been regaining their confidence of late following several weeks of disappointing performances. However they seem to be back to the fighting form that saw them secure their position for several consecutive weeks, albeit with a singular caveat: Athletico. The last time they defeated them was at the PAX LAN three weeks ago, they'll need improve on their performances against them to firmly secure their top spot once again. - n0lsk1



2 - Legacy eSports

Soma, Eren, GroovyGrape, Penor | - 1
Legacy have finally seen a slight drop in form which has lead Abyss into first place. With Legacy losing to Abyss twice in last weeks Mockit tournament, Abyss were strong favourites to top the PR this week and should Legacy perform well this week, could quite easily knock them back off. The key for Legacy at the moment will be to keep strong performances over teams such as Alpha Sydney and Athletico, and attempt to build their way back to the top.- Nutterres



3 - Athletico

Bango, SnarfSnarf, Montyconnor | Nil movement
Athletico won the Rocet LAN Cafe Finals last week but will retain their 3rd Rank. The "Gameroos" side did well to make a serious run after 0-3 Athletico in Round 1 but Athletico managed to overcome Corivdae 3-0, Legacy 3-1 and then revenge on the "Gameroos" in a reverse sweep 4-3. They are looking good and a strong week could see them back to 2 or even 1 again. Tibore



4 - Alpha Sydney

Jake the Tyrant, Drippay, Torsos | Nil movement
Alpha Sydney have been fairly silent this week, only showing up in the ESL weekly tournament. While making light work of lesser teams they failed to defeat Abyss. Recently however they have been able to complete the one thing that Abyss haven't, and that's defeating Athletico. They're closing the gap between 3rd and 4th, but they'll have to produce more convincing performances against the best to climb up. - n0lsk1



5 (tied) - Corvidae

Siki, Daze, Plitz, Ssteve | Nil movement
Corivdae did not show up as a complete side this week using an unofficial sub in Daisu for Rocet LAN Cafe Final. A quiet week won't see then drop but Sand Castle is now creeping up getting a tied 5th place. Tibore



5 (tied) - Sand Castle

Dumbo, aoe_emp, Lukorice | Nil movement
Sand Castle have had quite a poor run of form in this week, with a shock loss to Team Reticent in the Sennheiser qualifiers and losses to both Abyss and Legacy in the Mockit tournament. If these boys are able to pull together a strong week they can cement their spot possibly higher, but will be requiring a full team effort and can't afford to drop many, if any games this week. A standout week could easily see these boys hit their peak. - Nutterres



7 - FuroX

0veerbluee, Dreameh, Zepsy, Untouchable_Gilly | Nil movement
FuroX was another side to play without their strongest lineup this week. Official sub for Mockit where they were swept by Sand Castle. Unofficial Sub for ESL Go4RL being swept by Prodigy. They will retain 7th for now, still unable to beat teams higher ranked. Hopefully with a full side they will be able to make some inroads in the weeks to come. - Tibore



8 - Infinity

Slurpee, Hectic, Lulz, Fake, Rasmus | Nil movement
Infinity have had a fairly strong week, but have kept their 8th position such as last week. With good performances over lower ranked teams, and the occasional loss to Legacy and Sand Castle, we can see why they sit slightly lower on the table. Whilst this team are able to perform well at their peak, showing this with a reverse sweep of Blitzkrieg in the RLO tourney, they need to be on their greatest performance to even stand a chance. If they aren't on top form we see the odd loss to teams such as Anixia and have no guarantees that they can cement a position in the top 10. - Nutterres



9 (tied) - Masterminds

Fachy, Kia, Snowy, Seniaz | - 1
Recently picked up by Masterminds, the ex-Serenity team have been producing mixed results. While having no problem laying waste to newer and less experienced teams, they continue to struggle against top tier teams. That may be expected but nonetheless they've been steadily dropping in the rankings over several weeks. Perhaps with the new representation they can find their feet and be the formidable side they want to be. - n0lsk1



9 (tied) - Team Reticent

CJM, ZeN, PanzerShrek, Arcus | + 1
Bringing out one of the shock performances of the week in beating Sand Castle, Reticent burst onto the power rankings and are looking like they're on a good run of form. Losing to Abyss in the ESL cup, but knocking out Sand Castle in the Sennheiser qualifiers shows that if these boys are on top of their game they stand a chance against any team. I look forward to seeing some more good performances from them and hopefully seeing a rise in the table from them. - Nutterres






Teams to watch
Nutterres: Masterminds
Tibore: Sand Castle
yumi_cheeseman: Infinity
n0lsk1: Sand Castle




Here's how the committee ranked the top 10:


5 years ago

OCE Power Rankings 14/11 - 20/11





These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:


Nutterres - Twitter
Former head tournament Admin for Gameroos, Former Pro player with extensive knowledge of the Oceanic Rocket League scene.


Tibore - Twitter
Analyst & Commentator for AussieGamingTV.


yumi_cheeseman - Twitter
Rocket League addict.

n0lsk1 - Twitter
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania and budding global Twitch mod.






Tournament Results


Mockit
  1. Abyss eSports club
  2. Creed
  3. Corvidae
  4. Legacy eSports



HYPE
  1. Athletico
  2. Abyss eSports Club
  3. 3/4 TIED Infinity / Anixia



Sennheiser Semi Finals #1
  1. Abyss eSports Club
  2. Alpha Sydney



ESL
  1. FuroX
  2. Serenity
  3. 3/4 TIED Reticent / Fast Players




ESL Monthly
  1. Abyss eSports Club
  2. Creed
  3. Alpha Sydney
  4. Infinity







News from around the region:
  • Abyss and Alpha Sydney make it throguh the Sennheiser Semi Finals!
  • Abyss take out ESL Monthly finals!





Rankings








1 - Legacy eSports


Soma, Eren, GroovyGrape, Penor | Nil movement
Outside of winning the Cross Pacific Championship Cup between OCE and SAM, Legacy have been relatively lacklustre this week. With disappointing losses to Creed and Infinity, they will have to bounce back next week with the form that saw them rise to the top of the power rankings. Abyss are in fighting form at the moment which means Legacy will have to stay vigilant to subvert their return to #1. - n0lsk1






2 - Abyss eSports Club


Express, Addzey, Cyrix, Debat, Dumpling | + 1
Abyss appear to be coming back into form. After a good few weeks coming through some off and on performances, they've refound their confidence and are taking names once more. They come through with some great results, including winning the ESL Monthly, Qualified first for the Sennheiser Finals and winning Mockit. While they went down to Athletico in the HYPE finals, they are on the cusp of taking back their previous #1 spot on the power rankings, and a win next week against Legacy would concrete their status as the best. - yumi_cheeseman






3 - Athletico


Bango, SnarfSnarf, Montyconnor | - 1
Athletico had a fairly quiet week, managing to win the Hype Tournament 3-1 over Abyss, however just fell short of qualifying for Sennheiser Finals going down to Alpha Sydney 2-3. The drop 1 spot this week to Abyss even with the win against them most likely due to Abyss winning the ESL monthly Championship. Athletico still look good though and can beat any team on the day. Tibore






4 - Alpha Sydney


Jake the Tyrant, Drippay, Torsos | Nil movement
Signs early in the week seemed to show that this roster was still trying to find it's feet. However they fought back strongly mid week to produce a formidable performance in the ESL Monthly competition, as well as taking down Athletico twice in a Bo5 in the first Sennheiser Semi Final. If they keep this up they'll be taking the 3rd spot off them, which is fantastic for a team that has been together for roughly a month. - n0lsk1





5 (tied) - Corvidae

Siki, Daze, Plitz, Ssteve | Nil movement
Corvidae have had what can be considered a relatively strong couple of weeks, and are now sitting in tied 5th place with "Creed" (name unconfirmed?!). With Creed looking like one of the tougher challenges for Corvidae, I believe that over the next few weeks we may see a shakeup in the power rankings and possibly a solidified top 6, rather than a top 4. It feels like Corvidae are just starting to work together and seeming just as strong as when they had Daisu, with the relatively new addition of Plitz to the core, and playing the odd tournament with Ssteve. - Nutterres





5 (tied) - Creed

Dumbo, aoe_emp, Lukorice | New
Creed/Sandcastle/Wannabe/Exist/Blaa are the newest kids on the block, with powerhouse players from Alpha Sydney, Gameroos and Erase, they have quickly shown that they are capable of winning against any team. Their first showing saw them win an ESL weekly, and this week they went on to come second in both Mockit and the ESL Monthly, falling at the last hurdle to Abyss. These guys are playing like a top 3 team this week, but we don't yet have the data or consistency from them to really see where they'll end up, but if they continue growing as a team, they'll only go up from here. - yumi_cheeseman





7 - FuroX

0veerbluee, Dreameh, Zepsy, Untouchable_Gilly | - 1
FuroX have remained consistent but that hasn't been enough to hold their spot at 6th. They have still struggles to make inroads into beating higher power ranked teams. With the arrival of Creed forming as a team to be ranked we see FuroX drop to 7th. They are still a strong team and their main strength right now is consistency, however they need to start getting wins against the big teams to start moving back up the rankings. Tibore





8 (tied) - Serenity

Fachy, Kia, Snowy, Seniaz | - 1
It's been a rough week for Serenity, failing to show up against newer and less experienced teams leading to bowing out of tournaments early. They did end the week on a high note, finishing second to Furox in the ESL Go4RocketLeague weekly tournament, managing to defeat Creed in a Bo5 on their way. However, aside from winning tournaments, beating FuroX is what they'll have to do to rise back to 7th. - n0lsk1




8 (tied) - Infinity

Slurpee, Hectic, Lulz, Fake, Rasmus, Freak | New
Infinity have come into the power rankings with what is, on paper a very strong line-up. With the likes of Slurpee, Hectic and Lulz, with the possible addition of their amazing 3 subs, I'm expecting to see some amazing performances from Infinity over the course of the next few weeks. Assuming they're able to keep a strong core line-up and play consistently I believe they may be able to slowly rise up through the power rankings. - Nutterres




10 - Team Reticent

CJM, ZeN, PanzerShrek, Arcus | Nil movement
Team Reticent admitted themselves that their performance this week was amongst their worst since the team's inception. Defeating the now defunct Phoenix Gaming being the highlight of their week, they will have to bounce with great fervour to maintain their position in the top 10 of the power rankings. With teams like Scarabae and Blitzkrieg hot on their tails, now will be the time to prove they deserve to be ranked above the rest. - n0lsk1






Teams to watch
Nutterres: Creed
Tibore: Creed
yumi_cheeseman: Creed
n0lsk1: Creed




Here's how the committee ranked the top 10:


5 years ago

OCE Power Rankings 7/11 - 13/10





These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:


Nutterres - Twitter
Head tournament Admin for Gameroos, Former Pro player and extensive knowledge of the Oceanic Rocket League scene.


Tibore - Twitter
Analyst & Commentator for AussieGamingTV.


Yumi_cheeseman - Twitter
Rocket League addict, and exceptional writer.

n0lsk1 - Twitter
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania, owner of Phoenix Gaming, co-owner of OCE Freestylers, Rocket League enthusiast and budding global Twitch mod.




Weekly Round Up


The Sennhieser Classic kicked off this Saturday with 8 teams advancing to the Semi Finals for those that did not make the Semi's they will have another chance in the second qualifiers 2 weeks from now. Rocet also on Saturday held the Playoffs for 4 spots for a lan event at Sydney with the disbanded Gameroos roster taking the day sweeping all 3 series to place 1st. Looks to be shaping into a great event. #OCEshuffle is starting to come to a close with the formation of teams like Serenity, Scarabae, Infinity and the yet to be determined team of Dumbo and aoe_emp coming from Alpha Sydney and Gameroos respectively.




Tournament Results






CPC Open Qual. #2
  1. Creed
  2. Legacy eSports
  3. Scarabae
  4. Corvidae



Sennheiser Classic Qual. #1
Qualified
* Abyss eSports Club
* Phoenix Gaming
* Team Erase
* Blitzkrieg
* FuroX
* Exist
* Athletico
* Alpha Sydney




ESL
  1. Blaa
  2. Alpha Sydney
  3. 3/4 TIED Abyss eSports Club / FuroX


HYPE
  1. Athletico
  2. Corvidae
  3. 3/4 TIED Alpha Sydney / FuroX



Rocet
  1. Gameroos
  2. Corvidae
  3. Legacy
  4. Athletico



Mockit
  1. K-kappa
  2. Abyss eSports Club
  3. Wannabe
  4. Serenity



News from around the region:
  • The Sennhieser Classic kicked off this Saturday.
  • Rocet Playoffs for LAN on Saturday with Gameroos, Corvidae, Legacy and Athletico all making it.
  • #OCEshuffle starts to cool down, as new teams form.





Rankings








1 - Legacy eSports


Soma, Eren, GroovyGrape, Penor | Nil movement
Legacy didn't play too much this week. With enigma filling in for them for rOCEt LAN, they managed to qualify, but only in third seed position, and in the CPC Qualifiers to go on to vs SAM they took down Corvidae to Qualify. With the lack of strong results by the teams below them, and while still coming off a big week, they are still holding onto their position comfortably, but with the ESL Monthly and CPC coming up, we'll get to see if they are still the dominant team in the region. - yumi_cheeseman






2 - Athletico


Bango, SnarfSnarf, Montyconnor | + 1
Athletico and Abyss are having a close contest for #2 right now. Athletico made a solid showing this week by winning the HYPE tournament, taking down Corvidae in the Grand Final, as well as qualifying for the rOCEt LAN. Their performance in rOCEt was shaky at best, but they managed to pull it out and come through as the 4th seed. They are going to be hoping to really improve their performance though, as right now they are still quite a way off from Legacy, and will need to get in some solid practice time before LAN on the 26th. - yumi_cheeseman






3 - Abyss eSports Club


Express, Addzey, Cyrix, Debat, Dumpling | - 1
It feels to me like Abyss have a little bit of the iBP syndrome. When they were in their element on the LAN stage, they looked so strong, but this week they've gone back to their shaky ways with close losses to Athletico and Alpha Sydney dashing their chances in HYPE and ESL respectively. Things do look on the rise for them though, as they appear to be playing with more confidence, and have been putting in some great practice time. A solid week coming up will lead them to taking back the number 2 position very quickly, and They'll have the chance to prove themselves in both the Sennheiser Semis and the CPC against SAM teams. - yumi_cheeseman






4 - Alpha Sydney


Jake the Tyrant, Drippay, Torsos | Nil movement
Alpha Sydney have started proving their consistency. While it was a bit of a relaxing week for them, they did qualify for the Sennheiser Semi Finals, and took down Abyss in ESL Weekly to go into the Grand Final. It does however feel that Alpha Sydney are still unable to touch Legacy at this point, and will really need to start figuring them out. This on top of some new teams coming in to shake things up leave me hoping that they are able to perform strongly going into this week. - yumi_cheeseman





5 - Corvidae

Siki, Daze, Plitz, Ssteve | Nil movement
There's little doubt with Daisu leaving it's changed the team's dynamic and it will take some time to find their feet, or wheels if you will. There is however no doubt that Plitz is capable of filling the void. They're showing signs of gelling together, going 2-0 twice against Legacy this week but still showing room for improvement going 0-3 to ex-Gameroos. With a multitude of big tournaments coming up they will have many chances to grow even more and fight for the 4th spot. - n0lsk1





6 - FuroX

Untouchable_Gilly, Dreameh, Zepsy, 0veerbluee | Nil movement
FuroX have been feeling the lose of 0veerbluee this week, as he has been travelling oversees. While this is happening Untouchable Gilly has been doing an admirable job replacing him, but they aren't getting the kind of wins needed to climb into that top 5. They have managed to qualify for both Sennheiser and CPCCC, so they will be looking forward to those tournaments and when 0veerbluee comes back, I hope to see them striving hard to climbing further. - yumi_cheeseman





7 - Serenity

Fachy, Kia, Snowy, Seniaz | Nil movement
Serenity came in hot, but this week was a bit of a quiet one. After a great win against FuroX in Mockit, they went on to lose to them in the Sennheiser Classic Qualifier 1 in a close match which means they miss out on the semi finals. That being said, they've been able to challenge that top 5 and are consistently getting games of them within series. As a new team they should take this as a sign to keep practicing hard and work towards the slow climb. - yumi_cheeseman





8 - Blitzkrieg

WaterBlitz, Triggsy, Whitewolf | + 1
Slowly but surely Blitzkrieg are cementing themselves in the top 10. After a long hiatus they have returned to reclaim their place, but at this stage it's unclear if they have returned stronger than before. They are able to lay waste to pick up teams but are struggling to perform against team line ups with strong cores. If they keep practicing and grinding out results they will have a firm chance of restoring their former glory and perhaps climb even higher. - n0lsk1





9 - Scarabae

Justice Robo, Wolfeeyyy, BlakeIV | New!
Scarabae (a.k.a. ScarBee) has been around for a while, but since they haven't quite stuck onto a final roster, the power rankings committee were unable to determine where they lay amongst the other teams in the region. With some impressive wins against Blitzkrieg, Phoenix Gaming, Prodigy and Infinity, they've certainly showed some really solid results that show that they belong in the top 10. Most impressively, they qualified into the top 8 teams to vs the SAM region later in the month. They still haven't showed up big against any of the top teams, but this week will be really telling. Needless to say, everyone is really looking forward to what this ScarBee team can do! - yumi_cheeseman





10 - Team Reticent

CJM, ZeN, PanzerShrek, Arcus | - 2
Reticent has been performing regularly, keeping the same core line up and has been getting consistent results, but with new teams coming in strong, they fell 2 places. While they still have plenty of room to grow, they're staying in the top 10 because they show up for every tournament, and consistently beat the mid/lower level teams. This week their only notable scalps were Phoenix Gaming and Infinity, but it just seems they keep losing to the teams in the top 5. As long as Reticent keep working at it, they'll see the fruits of their labour, and I'll be watching to see if they get to compete against some of the teams sitting just above them and make that climb once more. - yumi_cheeseman






Teams to watch
Nutterres: Altitude
Tibore: yumi_cheeseman
yumi_cheeseman: Infinity
n0lsk1: Serenity




Here's how the committee ranked the top 10:


5 years ago

Oce Power Rankings 31/10 - 6/11





These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:


Nutterres - Twitter
Head tournament Admin for Gameroos, Former Pro player and extensive knowledge of the Oceanic Rocket League scene.


Tibore - Twitter
Analyst & Commentator for AussieGamingTV.


yumi_cheeseman - Twitter
Rocket League addict.

n0lsk1 - Twitter
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania, owner of Phoenix Gaming, Co-creator of OCE Freestylers, Rocket League enthusiast and budding global Twitch mod.




Tournament Results


RLO A's
  1. Serenity
  2. DUMPstered
  3. 3/4 TIED Team Evade / Blitzkrieg



RLO B's
  1. C7 White
  2. Venomous Gaming
  3. 3/4 TIED C7 Black / Flux



ESL
  1. Alpha Sydney
  2. Reloaded
  3. 3/4 TIED FuroX / TBD


PAX LAN
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Abyss eSports
  3. Athletico
  4. Alpha Sydney



ESL Monthly Finals
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Athletico
  3. FuroX
  4. Abyss eSports



Mockit
  1. Alpha Sydney
  2. Mirth
  3. Scarabae
  4. Serenity



News from around the region:
  • $5000 Pax finals with Legacy taking the finals in a reverse sweep!
  • ESL Monthly final now making tags available for oceanians!
  • Rocket Devils have been sponsored and are now named Alpha Sydney.
  • Alpha Sydney (Dumbo, Stoney and Dicky) have disbanded.
  • Gameroos has disbanded.
  • #oceshuffle





Rankings








1 - Legacy eSports


Soma, Eren, GroovyGrape, Penor | Nil movement
The PAX ESL LAN Champions, albeit by the skin of their teeth in OT of game 7, have been formidable in recent times and have firmly secured their position on top. Having lost early on they still managed to make their way through the loser's bracket and completing their victory via reverse sweep. Their path to glory notwithstanding, their consistency over the last 3 weeks has been commendable; as the current roster continue to gel it's going to take a massive effort from another team to knock them off their perch. - n0lsk1








2 - Abyss eSports Club


Express, Addzey, Cyrix, Debat, Dumpling | + 1
What a showing by Abyss at the PAX LAN! After a few slumping weeks, they came back brilliantly with a big 2nd place, getting to the Grand Final through the Winner's bracket, and taking the Grand final to game 7 overtime. Unfortunately for them, they were unable to convert a few crucial goals, and they went home packing with only loads of money in their belt. Abyss honestly looked the most comfortable of all the teams in a LAN environment, possibly due to preparation, but perhaps just their personalities as well. Let's hope they can keep their strong performance up going back into online events next week. - yumi_cheeseman








3 - Athletico


Bango, SnarfSnarf, Montyconnor | - 1
Athletico dropped a spot this week basically due to the LAN result. Abyss who was shaky previously showed up big at PAX giving Athletico an 0-3 routing. This was the first major OCE tournament that Athletico has not managed to rampage through in a long time. This team can still show up at any time though and the top 3 are so close. OCE had a top 4 at the next level of play and I feel there is now only a top 3 who are all so very close to each other. In a fresh series it is hard for me to pick the victor between Legacy, Abyss and Athletico.
- Tibore





4 - Alpha Sydney

Jake the Tyrant, Drippay, Torsos | + 1
The relatively new line up of Alpha Sydney continue to improve as they climb another position in the power rankings. The underdogs of the PAX ESL LAN failed to produce an upset but still performed very well for a side with very little experience and game time together. Nonetheless, they are showing signs of gelling with wins in Mockit and ESL Go4RocketLeague. At this stage it would take a great deal to surpass their current position, but they are holding steadfast in 4th position and with the Corvidae roster changes it seems unlikely they will be challenged. - n0lsk1






5 - Corvidae


Siki, Daze, Plitz, Ssteve, Daisu | | - 1
With Daisu no longer on the core roster, Corvidae have struggled slightly while they've been looking to find their new core lineup. A tough run against both Legacy and Abyss in the ESL monthly prevented them from earning some fancy gold titles, but we've seen in the past that they have the ability to take on those teams. With further mixed results the week prior, they are going to have to rely on their new core pickup, Plitzinator, to bring them back up to the top. Plitzinator is a very capable offensive player, and it will be exciting to see if he is able to elevate the team to a new level. - yumi_cheeseman






6 - FuroX


0veerBluee, Dreameh, Zepsy, Kapow_power | + 2
Furox are starting to heat up a bit, and with the top teams being away or practicing for the PAX LAN, FuroX have swept in to take some great results including winning the HYPE tournament over Corvidae. They're on the verge of climbing once more, a great feat for a newly formed team, but they'll need to really step up their game to start being able to take series off of the old dogs and reaching new heights. It'll be interesting to see how FuroX perform over the next week to see if they truly have what it takes! - yumi_cheeseman





7 - Serenity

Fachy, Kia, Snowy, Seniaz | New
Following the disbanding of Team Erase and the erosion Mayne eSports, Fachy has formed with Prodigy's star player Kia to form a new team by the name of Serenity. They have cemented themselves as a formidable team, with their most recent results being 4th in Mockit and 1st in RLO. Despite being a young team they have a reasonable amount of experience in previous teams and are expected to keep their performances up. There is lots of potential in this line up and will look forward to see what they can produce. - n0lsk1





8 - Reticent

CJM, ZeN, PanzerShrek | + 3
Team Reticent as a result of teams disbanding and a few decent results throughout the week move up 3 spots to 8th. They have been consistent to their level of late. Even with their recent run up the power rankings they will have some work to do to keep 8th spot once all the new teams of big names come running in.
- Tibore





9 - Blitzkrieg

WaterBlitz, Triggsy, Whitewolf | + 3
Blitzkrieg are still looking for a consistent core 3rd and utilised Daisu as their 3rd during RLO Sunday A's. The interesting thing was that Daisu didn't actually carry the team and the Blitzkrieg players did incredibly well to get to 1 game off of the Grand Final - being beat out by Cyrix, LittleMissDumpling and Dumbo in a reverse sweep. The side is still struggling to regain its previous form after Torsos and Jake the Tyrant Left, however they are still in the mix of teams that can perform on the day.
- Tibore




10 - Phoenix Gaming


Epanai, EyeDeeKay, Noizee, Kubix | - 1
It's been a rough couple weeks for Phoenix Gaming, with EyeDeeKay and Noizee indisposed they have chosen a short respite over playing with fill-ins. They will need to be resolute when they return as the Great OCE Shuffle of 2016 is going to produce a multitude of new and dangerous line ups. It's also the same reason they are given the fortitude of 10th place. Upon return, will they be able to show the form they did not so long ago? Or will the break have taken its toll? Only time will tell. - n0lsk1




Teams to watch
Nutterres: Reticent
Tibore: Serenity
yumi_cheeseman: Scarabae
n0lsk1: Serenity




Here's how the committee ranked the top 10:


5 years ago

OCE Power Rankings 17/10 - 24/10





These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:


Nutterres - Twitter
Head tournament Admin for Gameroos, Former Pro player and extensive knowledge of the Oceanic Rocket League scene.


Tibore - Twitter
Analyst & Commentator for AussieGamingTV.


yumi_cheeseman - Twitter
Recovering Rocket League addict.

n0lsk1 - Twitter
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania, owner of Phoenix Gaming, Co-creator of OCE Freestylers, Rocket League enthusiast and budding global Twitch mod.




Weekly Round Up


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Tournament Results


RLO A's
  1. FuroX
  2. Reloaded
  3. 3/4 TIED Jacked Up / Blitzkrieg



Gameroos Thursday
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Gameroos
  3. 3/4 TIED Rule The Sky / Phoenix Gaming



HYPE
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Athletico
  3. 3/4 Tied FuroX / Phoenix Gaming



Rocet
  1. Alpha Sydney
  2. Legacy eSports
  3. Blitzkrieg
  4. Team Reticent



Mockit
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Abyss eSports Club
  3. Phoenix Gaming
  4. FuroX



ESL Invite Qualifiers
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Athletico
  3. Corvidae
  4. Gameroos



ESL Open Qualifiers
  1. Rocket Devils
  2. Athletico
  3. Abyss eSports Club
  4. Phoenix Gaming



ESL
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. FuroX
  3. 3/4 TIED Blaa / Meme Dream Team



News from around the region:
  • ESL Lan Invite and Open Qualifiers held with Legacy, Rocket Devils, Athletico and Abyss making it!
  • Mockit holds first oceanic tournament!





Rankings







1 - Legacy eSports

Soma, Penor, GroovyGrape, Eren | + 2
A new number 1, and their first, is Legacy in a hot streak of form following an amazing hot streak of form. Out of 6 tournaments entered this week they won 5 of some of the highest impact tournaments we've seen in our region to date, most notably the ESL Invite Qualifiers. In case you're wondering, the other tournament they didn't win they still came in second. Since the pick up of GroovyGrape they've been a more convincing outfit and now are confirming themselves as a force to be reckoned with ahead of the ESL LAN at PAX. They are without a doubt the team of the moment, but will they be able to maintain their position at the top?. - n0lsk1





2 - Athletico

Bango, SnarfSnarf, Montyconnor | + 1
After my weeks of constant ranting about Athletico not pulling their finger out, they've finally set themselves up and started winning a few games! With strong performances over Altitude and FuroX in HYPE, a domination of Legacy in the ESL Invitational (at least one time) and then qualifying for the ESL Pax LAN, Athletico have finally proven that they need to stay at the top of the power rankings. Losing to Legacy in the grand final of the ESL Invitational is most likely the only reason they avoided the top spot, but will be looking to take it off them as soon as possible. - Nutterres






3 - Abyss eSports Club

Express, Addzey, Cyrix, Debat, Dumpling | - 2
It was a tough couple of weeks for Abyss. They lost The Chase Grand Final to Corvidae and then lost Mockit to Legacy dropping 6 games to 1 in a double series comeback (most games going to Overtime). They were feeling off their game and ESL PAX $5000 Tournament was announced so they had to find that confidence back. Going out in straight sets to Legacy and Corvidae in the Invite, they dropped to the losers in the open and grinded it out going 18-1 in the losers (before Athletico) to take out the last remaining 4th spot. This team is still capable of big things, but recent performance will drop them from 1st to 3rd.
- Tibore





4 - Corvidae

Siki, Daze, Ssteve, Daisu | - 2
Corvidae manage to have high highs and low lows. A powerhouse when they are on point, but if they are having an off day, then it really shows. This week we saw them take notable 0 - 3 losses each to FuroX, Legacy and Phoenix gaming, which prevented them from qualifying for the ESL LAN. While we've seen them able to take down anyone, it's consistency that will allow them to reach the top. For now, we've seen Daisu step down in favour of the young gun SSteve, as they hope to find the perfect combination. - yumi_cheeseman





5/6/7 Tied - Alpha Sydney

Dumbo, Stoney, Dicky, Shawthing | Nil movement
Alpha Sydney technically disbanded last week but are still also kind of around for Rocet (with Abyss's Cyrix) and possibly the ESL Monthly Final. They withdrew from the PAX ESL Invite and in the Qualifier Stoney and Dumbo competed with Toxic95 as Team Blaa which was taken out by Abyss in the lower bracket 3-1. As they are kind of still around they still slot in here to tied 5/6/7.
- Tibore





5/6/7 Tied - Gameroos

aoe_emp, Plitz, DabeastXD, Julz, yumi_cheeseman | + 1
Gameroos had a very strong week in comparison to their previous few weeks. With a strong performance in the Gameroos Thursday night tournament, losing only to Legacy in the grand final, taking it to a game 5 and pushing the boundaries, it seems as though the core roster for Gameroos is starting to bond and work well together. Strong performances against FuroX and Prodigy in the ESL Invitational losers bracket made sure that they barely missed out, with a weak performance against an even weaker Corvidae team. Hopefully these guys can pull together and push harder in the coming weeks with the aim of jumping above Alpha Sydney and attempting to solidify a strong 5th position. - Nutterres





5/6/7 Tied - Rocket Devils

Drippay, Jake The Tyrant, Torsos | New
Rocket Devils, formerly known as Cringe Society, formerly known as Pay2Play has had as many names as it has weeks existing under its belt! Their first week on the power rankings comes off some great results, Taking out the ESL Open Qualifier to reach ESL LAN, with a very notable 3 - 0 victory against Abyss in the winner's bracket to send them to Melbourne. They've managed to take down other top teams, including victories against Athletico, but as a brand new team, it will be interesting to really see whether they have the consistency and power to break into the top tier of the region. I'm loving the idea of the team, three 1v1 players with a focus on mechanics. If they work hard on their team-play, they'll certainly be a team to watch. - yumi_cheeseman





8 - FuroX

0veerBluee, Dreameh, Zepsy, Kapow_power | - 1
The young side are at it again making waves and turning heads. Falling a position only to the explosive entry of the very impressive team of Rocket Devils. Not to detract from FuroX's success this week with the main highlight finishing 2nd in ESL Go4RocketLeague weekly tournament. Still a team with major potential and a lot to give, it will be interesting to see how they respond to the new team on the block. - n0lsk1





9 - Phoenix Gaming

Epanai, EyeDeeKay, Noizee, Kubix | + 4 New
Phoenix has found their way back into the top 10, in at 9th. With a few teams higher disbanding and coming 1 match away from the last PAX ESL LAN to play for $5000 (loss to Abyss 0-3) they are moving up the rankings. They will have to maintain some strong performances though to keep the top 10 in weeks to come as there are a few teams ready to burst into the rankings. There are a lot of players shuffling around in the scene right now trying to find what works for them. This week though a happy Phoenix side that is looking to be back on the rise after some quiet weeks.
- Tibore





10 - Prodigy

Beatnik, Deselution, Sid | - 1
Prodigy are facing some rough times at the moment, with Kia leaving and results not going their way they have a hard task ahead of them. Their strongest performance came from the ESL Open qualifiers albeit with an unofficial sub of Eoin. Unfortunately, beyond that they haven't been able to offer much of a fight against teams they're not used to struggling against. Keep an eye out however as they will not take this weeks results lying down. - n0lsk1






Teams to watch
Nutterres: Rocket Devils
Tibore: Rocket Devils
yumi_cheeseman: Swerve
n0lsk1: Rocket Devils




Here's how the committee ranked the top 10:


5 years ago

OCE Power Rankings 10/10 - 16/10



These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:

Nutterres - Twitter
Head tournament Admin for Gameroos, Former Pro player and extensive knowledge of the Oceanic Rocket League scene.

Tibore - Twitter
Analyst & Commentator for AussieGamingTV.

yumi_cheeseman - Twitter
Does Rocket League stuff.

n0lsk1 - Twitter
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania, owner of Phoenix Gaming, Rocket League enthusiast and budding global Twitch mod.



Weekly Round Up

The Case Finals kicked off this weekend with underdog in the finals Corvidae taking the series 4 - 2 against Abyss climbing them to #2 this week (partly due to a sneaky tie between Legacy and Athletico. This was a great tournament already with talks of season 2! In other news FuroX Alpha disband giving way for the on fire FuroX Omega (now known as just FuroX). Lastly Mockit due to set off this tuesday with a $200 AUD Prize pool while Gameroos will be running a tournament for teams knocked out early, with a prize pool of $150 AUD!


Tournament Results


Gameroos Tuesday
  1. Power to the Plebs
  2. Athletico
  3. 3/4 TIED Erase Venom / FuroX


Gameroos Thursday
  1. Abyss eSports Club
  2. Team Erase
  3. 3/4 TIEDEnigma +1 / Power To The Weaboos


ESL
  1. Blaa
  2. FuroX
  3. 3/4 TIED Abyss eSports Club / Jolly Cooperation


HYPE
  1. flaflafle
  2. Corvidae
  3. Beta Brisbane
  4. Legacy eSports


Rocet
  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Athletico
  3. Gameroos
  4. Team Prodigy


The Chase Finals
  1. Corvidae
  2. Abyss eSports Club
  3. Team Erase
  4. Legacy eSports


News from around the region:
  • Team Erase has disbanded.
  • FuroX Alpha has disbanded, FuroX Omega is now known as FuroX.
  • The Chase Premier finals take place with winner Corvidae!




Rankings




1 - Abyss eSports Club

Express, Addzey, Cyrix, Debat, Dumpling | Nil movement
Abyss have been #1 for a solid 3 weeks now, off the back of some consistent and strong performances. This week they lost in two important matches, Corvidae 2 - 4 in The Chase Grand Final, and Blaa (Pickup team) in ESL, but still cruise through to number 1 position based off a dominant win against Legacy, recent results and the inconsistency of the rest of the top 4. They are going to need to step up their game next week if they want to hold onto their position as they will need to prove that they are truly #1 amongst the 3 other teams nipping very closely at their heels. - yumi_cheeseman



2 - Corvidae

Siki, Daisu, Daze, SToRMCLoRD | + 2
Corvidae went huge this week by taking out the biggest cash prize on offer for months in the OCE by managing a 4-2 victory over Abyss in the Grand Final of the Chase. I said when this team formed they had the potential to become a "Super Team" and here they are at 2nd on the PR. Their style of play is frustrating to play against. By stealing boost and being aggressive on net they have worked into their groove and cause even the best sides to make mistakes. They had to do it tough to get to the final, but these players are hot right now. Cool as a cucumber when the pressure is on.
- Tibore



3/4 Tied - Athletico

Bango, SnarfSnarf, Montyconnor, Jcooke |- 1
Athletico have just hit their lowest point in the last 4 months. With a string of highly average performances and a lack of excellent performances against the top teams, they have dropped to be tied 3rd / 4th with Legacy, and will need an extremely good set of performances to get back on top of the power rankings. With no core changes of recent, there is no reason for Athletico to have seen this drop. Very average performances to beat Gameroos and Corvidae were just not good enough to keep them solid at number 2, and will need much better performances against teams such as Legacy and Abyss to prove they need to be on top. - Nutterres



3/4 Tied - Legacy eSports

Soma, Eren, GroovyGrape, Drippay, Penor | Nil movement
Legacy are starting to settle into their new roster with GroovyGrape fulfilling the primary role as a third member of their roster. Wins in rOCEt against Athletico and Alpha Sydney were surrounded by losses to Abyss in the Chase and Blaa in ESL. Great results, but have also showing inconsistency at the same time. This is natural for a team with a recent roster change, and practice should lead to them being able to bring that consistency level up much higher. If they are able to tighten up their play, their great results should be a good indicator of the performances to expect from these guys on a regular basis. - yumi_cheeseman



5 - Alpha Sydney

Dumbo, Stoney, Dicky, Shawthing | Nil movement
Alpha Sydney continued it's tough time and as a result have decided to mutually part ways. It appears that they currently feel like they are trying to push a square peg into a round hole and it is best that they pursue new teams. They should still be around for a bit though in Rocet (with Cyrix) and the ESL Monthly cup for titles. I am excited to see where these players end up as there are a few teams breaking up in recent days and a rich market for talent. These players have beaten every team that OCE has to offer, so these players are going to be highly sought after.
- Tibore



6 - Gameroos

aoe_emp, DabeastXD, Plitz, Julz, yumi_cheeseman | Nil movement
Gameroos have struggled to play with their core roster for the past week, so are relatively lucky to maintain their position in the power rankings. Pulling out some relatively strong performances even with their official sub, they've kept up in the top 6, rounding out their position well for the last few weeks. Should Gameroos be able to get their core roster back performing well we could definitely see a rise from them should they produce strong performances against teams such as Alpha Sydney and Legacy. - Nutterres



7 - FuroX

0veerBluee, Dreameh, Zepsy, Hughsey | + 1
Furox are on the steady rise, getting plenty of practice time in and always looking stronger each week. They won the B division Chase Grand Finals taking home their first big money prize and seemingly giving them a confidence boost through the rest of the week. A victory against the Gameroos team in ESL is also a great indicator, but they will need prove themselves against the top 5 teams if they want to keep rising each week. - yumi_cheeseman



8 - Team Erase

Fachy, Lukorice, Greeny | - 1
Team Erase almost made it to The Chase Premiers Grand Final but fell short in game 7 OT to Corvidae. The side though traded out Lukorice who was a no show for Athletico's Bango. Greeny has left the side and just like last time he left the side it looks like another breakup for Team Erase. Erase managed to bring back Greeny once before, it's tough to see Greeny coming back a 2nd time. Team Erase have been a massive contributors to the OCE RL tournaments prize pools so it would be a shame if Erase can't manage to find a lineup.
- Tibore



9 - Prodigy

Kia, Delusion, Beatnik, Sid | + 1
Prodigy have had a considerably average week, but with a strong performance in beating Alpha Sydney during Rocet, have proven themselves to stay in the top 10, with a move up to 9th and a chance to show off. Congratulations to the Prodigy boys for their hard work and dedication, they've kept a strong core roster of Kia, Delusion and Beatnik for the last 2 months, and it's starting to show in their gameplay. I look forward to seeing more strong performances from them. - Nutterres



10 - Team Reticent

C.J.M, Untouchable Gilly, Panzerashrek, Zen | + 2 New
Team Reticent make it to the Top 10 for the first time! This side has been getting consistent results and made it all the way to The Chase Preliminary Finals, only to go down 2-4 to the eventual runaway winners Furox. A strong up and coming side that has a lot of potential, they not up to challenging the top dogs just yet, but with some practice could be a team to watch out for. Team Reticent is a fairly fresh side and are making themselves be noticed.
- Tibore




Teams to watch
Nutterres: Team Erase
Tibore: Team Reticent
yumi: P2P
n0lsk1: Team Erase



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