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Catch the CRL National Championship This Saturday!

Ian Nowakowski 

November 7th, 2019

The Collegiate Rocket League (CRL) National Championship is happening this Saturday, November 9. The top four collegiate teams (Northern Virginia Community College, University of Akron, University of Arizona, and University of Northern Texas) will compete to see who's truly at the top of CRL. Whether you're attending live at the Esports Stadium in Arlington, Texas or tuning in from home, read on for all the info you need to get set for game day!

What Do I Need to Know If I'm Attending In-Person?

If you're heading to the Esports Stadium to watch live, here's what you need to know:

  • Tickets will be $20 at the door

  • If you purchased your ticket online, it will be scanned at the door (so don't forget it!)

  • Doors will open at 1 p.m. CST

  • Event shirts will be available for purchase

  • Seating is open and first-come-first-served

In addition to watching the CRL action, don't forget that there will be 30 stations where you and your friends can play Rocket League throughout the event. Make sure to bring your A-Game!

What If I'm Watching from Home?

If you're watching from home, you can catch the CRL National Championship live on Twitch. Here's a quick list of the essentials:

We look forward to bringing you the best competition that CRL has to offer. With the top four collegiate teams competing for their shot at the title of CRL National Champions, it's sure to be a blast. We'll see you on Saturday, November 9!

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