Following the six-week season, the TELUS Esports Series league is about to conclude, with the finals scheduled for July 31 and Aug. 1. The finals will wrap the series up, crowning a champion in the Series’ Competitive and Casual divisions.
As the TELUS Esports Series unfolded, 16 top-ranking Rocket League teams in the two divisions were selected based on their scores throughout the series of league play games. Now, each of the 16 teams is being pitted against another in their respective division for a final blowout. Each team will face off in a single bracket of best-of-five games.
This will mark a big moment for TELUS, as the Series is the telecom company’s first big step into the esports scene. Partnering with Northern Arena, the TELUS Esports Series has been a platform showcasing some of the best Rocket League players in the community. Over $50,000 in prizes are on the line, provided by Adamas Esports, Best Buy, GINX TV, and Turtle Beach.
On July 31, the Casual Division finals will be held. The Competitive Division, on the other hand, will be held on Aug 1. Each day, the finals will start at 12 PM EST and will continue with the following schedule:
12 PM EST – Round of 16
1 PM EST – Quarterfinals
2 PM EST – Semifinals
3 PM EST – Finals
3:30 PM EST – Closing show
Casters Jennifer “LemonKiwi” Pichette, Brody “Liefx” Moore, and Trevor “DudeWithTheNose” Hannah will provide commentary throughout the finals.
The TELUS Esports Series Finals will be broadcast live on Northern Arena, Optik TV, and on the GINX TV and Game Time Channels.