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16 /03
Rocket League


Two months after they've been crowned at the DreamHack in Leipzig, the Paris Saint-Germain eSports Rocket League players will be back at it on the 18th of March for the begining of the 5th season of the Rocket League Championship.

  Thibault 'Chausette' Grzesiak, Victor 'Ferra' Francal and Dan 'Bluey' Bluett will approach this news season of RCLS as the favourite to win the competition. During previous tournaments the team was in a learning process but know they will have much more pressure on their shoulders. The best european teams will have a special interest in beating the trio during the first major event of 2018.   Nevertheless, Victor 'Ferra' Francal thinks that : « the objective remains to qualify again for the Worlds. We will see later what comes of it, everything in its own time. I think that our only fear is to repeat last season's performances : lots of people believed in us due to our great start but we didn't keep up to the expectations. With the recent victory at the Dreamhack, we changed our status to become the new favourite and I hope that we will be able to meet these expectations. »   Find the planning of the games of the regular season if you don't want to miss any encounter of the PSG eSports    Sunday, 18 March 5PM CET exceL 7PM CET Team EnVyUs Sunday, 26 March 7PM CET FlipSid3 Tactics 9PM CET Vitality Sunday, 1st April 11PM CET Gale Force Sunday, 15 April 7PM CET compLexity 10 PM CET FNATIC   This Sunday the Parisians will come up against excel in their first season match : « we don't really know what to expect, they changed their team but they should not be underestimated » specified the captain. Allez Paris !

04 /03


Lucas ‘DaXe’ Cuillerier and Gordon ‘Fiddle’ Thornsberry both qualified for the second FUT Champions Cup where they will compete with the best FIFA 18 players in the world.

  Only a few days after the first tournament in Barcelona, the two Parisians immediately hold with an online qualification month for the next FUT Champions Cup. A run of four weekends that is always really tiring according to Lucas ‘DaXe’ Cuillerier : « This was a special month for me because I was close not to be qualified, this could have been the first time I didn't qualify for a regional event since FIFA 17. Even tho I was not confident at all, I managed to make it through in the end ».   For the American, February has not been an easy ride either : « The standard was set much higher and there was no room for error. I had to treat every single game like I was playing at the event.  I'm relieved and proud to be able to represent my country and especially PSG at the next FUT Champions Cup ».   Despite a good start, Rafael 'Rafifa' Fortes, Ahmed 'Aameghessib' Al-Meghessib and Johann 'Maniika' Simon didn't manage to qualify this month.   The PSG eSports players will do their best to perform better than they did in Barcelona where destiny was not on their side. After they passed the Swiss rounds, Gordon ‘Fiddle’ Thornsberry lost in a breathtaking game against Tassal ‘Tass’ Rushan, one of the favorite players during the tournament. On the other side, the Frenchman Lucas ‘DaXe’ Cuillerier failed in the last sixteen, a hair of the qualification for the Global Series.   The two Paris Saint-Germain eSports players will wear the spikes again in April in order to try and reach the top 8, Xbox One, that is synonym of qualification for the last step before the world finals of the FIFA eWorld Cup. Allez Paris !