Rix.GG, a top UK esports organisation, announces, all of the players on the current Rocket League roster will take part in the Intel World Open ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.
All of Rix.GG’s incredibly talented and mechanical players Kurtis “Kash” Cannon, Mike “Mikeboy” Verkuijlen and Maarten “Oscillon” Van Zee will take part in the open qualifiers later this month. The players will compete for a chance to represent their respective countries England and the Netherlands.
Intel, a leader in gaming technology, presents the Intel World Open, a global esports tournament ahead of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The project will be supported by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and will showcase the best players and teams in the world from Street Fighter V and Rocket League.
For full event details please visit: https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/en/intelworldopen/
Zack Chandler, Head of Esports, said: “Having all three of our players compete in the IWO is a chance for them to represent their respective scenes and prove their skill amongst the best in the world. I feel honoured to be able to support our lads with this competitive event.”
Jan Hoffmann, Chief Operating Officer, said: “We’re very proud to announce all three of our Rocket League players are going to take part in the qualifiers for a shot to compete at the Intel World Open. Our Rocket League players have worked incredibly hard to earn the opportunity to represent their country at this prestigious event. Best of luck in the qualifiers Kurtis, Mike and Maarten!”