Ahead of Rocket League‘s free-to-play summer release, Psyonix has announced plans to shake up its tournaments, detailing added competitive modes, rewards, and unlimited free entry.

All Tournaments within Rocket League will now be liberal to join for all players. Solo players are going to be ready to line up also Rocket League Items . to stop abuse, quitting a bracket early will suspend the leaver for quarter-hour from matchmaking and three hours from Tournaments. Should the player continue their behavior, harsher punishments are going to be apportioned , up to a one-day matchmaking ban, and one week ban from Tournaments.

A new mode titled Competitive Tournaments are going to be regularly scheduled throughout the day. Only 3v3, the most competitive mode in Rocket League esports, are going to be available at launch. Tournaments Rank will initially be influenced by your Competitive Rank, but it’s a separate stat which will change supported your performances within the cup ties.

Teams are going to be slotted into 32-team, single-elimination brackets consistent with their skill, and can play best-of-ones up until the semis and finals, which then switch to a best-of-three format.

Players who manage to travel past the primary round will receive a replacement in-game currency called Tournament Credits, with rewards scaling supported their performance within the tournament Rocket League Credits . Participating in higher-ranked brackets, like entering a Gold tournament as a Silver player, will grant additional prizes also .

Additional Credits are going to be provided at the top of every week consistent with your top three weekly placements.