After weeks of rocket-powered play, the dust from the Collegiate Rocket League’s conference qualifiers has settled, and only eight universities from each regional conference remain.
Over the next four weeks, these heroic teams will be competing in a round-robin format to determine their seed for the conference playoffs, where they’ll be joined two wildcard teams from the open league in an epic elimination bracket to determine the champion of each region.
Below, you'll find an overview of each of our four regional conferences, sorted by their CCA Power Rank and their first broadcast match time.
The North Conference has very close competition. The North's top four colleges — Guelph, Indiana, Illinois, and Carleton — are very evenly matched, so we're expecting an epic battle for the conference throne.
The South Conference is home to a number of established Rocket League teams, including Texas A&M and Louisiana State University, both prior winners of the Collegiate Rocket League Summer Series. We're looking forward to a clash of the titans.
The East Conference has a high variance in rankings and ratings — this is going to be the conference to watch for upsets. Northeastern University is the favorite for the #1 seed, but Maryland and Penn State are close contenders for the title.
The West Conference is a battle for the crown between California, Arizona, and Utah. Cal Poly SLO, the winner of the first Collegiate Rocket League Summer Series, is a favorite to win the entire tournament.
Catch the Collegiate Rocket League action live at twitch.tv/rlesports on Monday and Tuesday nights, starting at 5pm Pacific on October 23. This year's broadcast will be casted by Michael 'Achieves' Williams and Jack 'Corelli' Collier.