The Rocket League Championship Series begins this weekend

A $1 million total prize pool is on the line.

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The  Rocket League’s Championship Series (RLCS) is back for its sixth season this weekend. This time, teams from across the world will fight to win their share of $1 million, one of the biggest prize pools in Rocket League history.

Matches will begin every Saturday at 2pm CT in the North American region while Europe will duke it out every Sunday starting from 9am CT. All the matches will be streamed live on Twitch.  Fans can also earn cosmetic rewards for Rocket League while watching live games.

Two NA newcomers face off against each other in the first game of the season for NA, when FlyQuest and Allegiance duke it out. Fnatic are set to battle Team Dignitas on Sunday’s first game in Europe.

Each region will compete over five weeks, and each team face off against the others once. The six best teams from the regular season will be rewarded with a spot in the playoffs—and a shot at heading to the World Championship. The total prize pool will be spread out over every event in the tour.