adds Rocket League to services

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UK-based team-finding service has expanded its services to include Psyonix’s Rocket League.

Rocket League players will now be able to find teammates for free by filling out’s questionnaire. This is used by the platform to match people with common interests and in-game goals.

This is the second title from Epic Games’ portfolio that is supported by, as the platform also provides Fortnite services. Other titles include the likes of CS:GO and VALORANT.

The addition of new titles to happened gradually, however, now it seems to be accelerating. It took two years for VALORANT to be added in 2021, but Rocket League is already the second title added in 2022 as Apex Legends entered the platform’s roster also in April.

Besides adding a new game, also announced it has reached 100,000 registered users. The milestone was reached three years after the service launch in 2019, initially supporting only CS:GO. Co-Founder and CEO James Duffield, commented: “Rocket League is a game and a community that we’ve wanted to support for a while. It has been one of the most regularly requested games, and we have long felt that could provide big benefits for the Rocket League community.”

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Recently, was also a sponsor and supporter of tournament organiser Promod for VALORANT events promoted in Northern Europe.

Speaking about’s projects, Duffield added: “We’re just scratching the surface, really. We want to support all multiplayer games, whether they are competitive, collaborative or cooperative. Any game that is better when playing with friends is one that we want to support in the future, so we’re going to keep building and expanding.

Victor Frascarelli, Journalist
Victor Frascarelli is a Brazilian esports business journalist focused on the LATAM market. Previously at The Esports Observer for two years, Victor enjoys all things competitive, from League of Legends to football to chess to CS:GO.