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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.

Wolfeeyyy - Twitter
Former player for Singularity, and avid spectator of Oceanic Rocket League.

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


Summary


Tournament Results

RLO A's

  1. Team Erase
  2. Phoenix Gaming
  3. 3/4 TIED BCWarrior / Team Reticent


RLO B's

  1. Enigma
  2. Zenith
  3. 3/4 TIED 2KF1 / Altitude


Gameroos Tuesday

  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Blitzkrieg
  3. 3/4 TIED Team Erase / Gameroos


Gameroos Thursday

  1. Big Booty Babes(Abyss)
  2. Alpha Sydney
  3. 3/4 TIEDGameroos / Legacy eSports


ESL

  1. Corvidae
  2. Athletico
  3. 3/4 TIED Abyss eSports / Blitzkrieg


Rocet wk1

  1. Legacy eSports
  2. Corvidae
  3. Athletico
  4. Alpha Sydney



HYPE
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* Athletico
* Gameroos
3/4 TIED Team Erase / Alpha Sydney


News from around the region:

  • Icarus have been sponsored, and are now named FuroX Omega
  • Rocet Circuit began last Sunday
  • HYPE holds its first oceanic tournament with Athletico taking it in a clean sweep!




Rankings






1 - Athletico


Bango. Montyconnor, SnarfSnarf, Jcooke | Nil movement
A few slip ups this week; Athletico showing a few vulnerabilities while still producing a solid performance is enough to see them maintain their number 1 spot. Despite not dropping a round in the entire HYPE 3v3 tournament they recorded three defeats, the most we've seen from them in a very long time, if not ever. Nonetheless it wasn't enough for the panel to topple them from their pedestal. With the Abyss and Legacy closing the gap and Corvidae becoming more competitive, Athletico are going to have to return from their extended vacation after winning the RLOC and increase the distance themselves from the rest of the competition once again. - n0lsk1






2 - Abyss eSports


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Abyss are still holding onto their second stop but it wasn't a huge week for them, they did win Gameroos on Thursday playing all Merc's against Alpha Sydney on all Roadhog XL, but that still wasn't the craziest thing we saw from them in a tournament:
https://www.reddit.com/r/RocketLeague/comments/54q5x5/highlight_from_gameroos_3v3_tournament/
They lost in the semi final of ESL to Corvidae 2-3 in an insanely close contest. And couldn't get past the Gameroos in the HYPE tournament going down 0-2. It's was a tough week but the PR committe feel they are still deserving of 2nd spot. Eager to see what they can manage this week.
Tibore




3 - Legacy eSports


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With Orion seemingly gone from Legacy's belt, but no official announcement out from Legacy, they are seemingly performing better. Legacy have had a solid week and made short work of Corvidae in the Rocet final, after a disappointing loss in the winners bracket earlier. Legacy won the Gameroos tournament on Tuesday night with a 3-0 sweep of Blitzkrieg, along with making the semi-finals of Thursdays tournament and losing out to Alpha Sydney. Legacy were also unlucky with a loss to Athletico in the ESL cup, leaving them with an overall good week. - Nutterres






4 - Corvidae


Daisu, Daze, Siki, SToRMCLoRD | + 1
An immense performance this week coupled with their results last week see Corvidae move into the hallowed top 4. Having defeated Athletico twice this week, as well as collecting scalps from Legacy, Abyss and Alpha Sydney their promotion to 4th is well deserved. A team that like to concentrate on possession combined with their attacking prowess will have to start focusing their efforts on consistently producing similar performances if they want to keep climbing. Regardless it's fantastic to see the roughly 6 week old squad fulfill a certain power ranker's predictions while maintaining the potential to climb even higher on the power rankings. - n0lsk1




5 - Alpha Sydney


Dumbo, Stoney, Dicky, Shawthing | - 1
Alpha Sydney have dropped out of the "Big 4" for the first time in recent history, with a very average performance during the week. Losing to Athletico in both the HYPE and Rocet Circuit, with a disappointing loss to "Big Booty Babes" (or Abyss) in the Gameroos on Thursday. Alpha Sydney are still showing as a strong side, taking out all the usual enemies and putting up a good fight against both Legacy and Athletico throughout the week. Hopefully these lads can pull up a good week and hit back at the top 4 for the next Power Rankings. - Nutterres




6 - Gameroos


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Gameroos are looking good right now, They traded wins with Abyss, 2-0 in Hype and 2-3 in ESL. They couldn't go on to win the Hype Tournament though as after beating Corvidae they had to face Athletico. They have 5 players now and look to be playing well in every combination they throw out now. A team with a lot of potential but still can't get over the line for a tournament win.
- Tibore




7 - Blitzkrieg


Jake The Tyrant, Torsos, Triggsy, Waterblitz, Whitewolf | Nil movement
Are Blitzkrieg the new Furox? They have been struggling of late it and it seems as if Blitzkrieg have picked up the mantle right where Furox left it. While both have a similar playstyle, it's this week's 7th ranked team who have been bringing home the goods, with finishing runners up in Gameroos Tuesday being sufficient to preserve their position. It will be interesting to see if they can improve on their results or will the suffer the same fate as their rivals? - n0lsk1





8 - Team Erase


Fachy, Lukorice, Greeny, KawaiiNekoWaifu | + 1
Team erase landed themselves a win in RLO XX to secure their place in the Chase Finals. They beat out Phoenix Gaming who would have taken their 8th spot if they had won in a thrilling Grand Final. They have shown they can still compete with the top teams so It will be very interesting to see how they compete in the Chase finals on October the first.
- Tibore




9 - FuroX


Jcoffee, Toxic95, Wolfeeyyy, Dogu, Kapow_power | - 1
Roster changes applenty. They havn't had the best few weeks which is shown by a drop in the rankings. They appear to be trying a few roster changes to sort things out. Zepsy is now LTF, Dogu (Fast Car) came from Erase Venom, and Wolfeeyy from Phoenix Gaming. Only time will tell if these moves will benefit the FuroX side
- Tibore




10 - Phoenix Gaming


Epanai, EyeDeeKay, Kubix | + 1
Phoenix Gaming have had a relatively average week, with a loss to Corvidae to start their Rocet Circuit, followed by forfeiting to Team Erase in the losers bracket. Even worse for Phoenix Gaming playing in the RLO A's, having a smooth run until the final, only to lose to Team Erase in the final 4-1. Phoenix Gaming have been visibly struggling for a while, having only two core members up until this week, picking up Kubix as a player coach. Hopefully we can see some more improvements from Phoenix or they could be making their way out of the power rankings relatively quickly. - Nutterres




Teams to watch

Nutterres: Corvidae
Tibore: Prodigy
Wolfeeyyy: Prodigy
n0lsk1: Prodigy



Here's how the committee ranked the top 10:


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them Corvidae boys pretty good aye
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Nutterres wtf man. Corvidae #1 ez. They beat Athletico twice.. TWICE!! okok, there are 2 teams between them, but still.

I realised you made a mistake as well nutterres. In 'teams to watch' you're supposed to put 'Daisu'. Its ok, i gotch your back fam.
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