THIS. IS. JUSTICE.
On Sunday 2nd of September 2018, Justice Esports competed in the Throwdown Esports Rocket League OCE Championship League Play-In, with the prizes for the three separate brackets being the final three coveted places in the Throwdown OCE Champions League Play, as well as a chance to win a place at the RLCS World Championship and a shot at over $1,000,000 in prize money. This was the first opportunity for the Justice Esports Rocket League Main roster to make a significant mark on the Rocket League scene and demonstrate that they are a force to be reckoned with following a good run of form which included beating Legacy Esports in the RLOC Season 6 Group Stage Qualifiers.
And on a stage of approximately 30,000 streaming viewers BOY DID THEY DELIVER!
With two difficult games against Cooking With Outlast and Island, the Justice Esports Main team comprising of JST SSteve (@sxciisteve), JST Yeatzy (@yeatzy_) and JST Whiss (@whisss_) played an exciting brand of aggressive Rocket League combined with rock solid defence at critical moments to ensure victory in both matches. These results secured their spot in the Rocket League Championship League Play and cemented Justice Esports position in the top tier of Australian Rocket League.
You can watch Justice Esports vs Cooking With Outlast here
You can watch Justice Esports vs Island here.
League Play commences on Sunday the 9th of September and runs for six weeks with the finals scheduled for the 13th of October. Each game will be broadcast by ThrowdownTV (https://www.twitch.tv/throwdowntv) with professional casting and analysts – so make sure you follow their channel and tune in to watch the best teams in the Australian Rocket League scene battle it out to be number one.