V1RL vs Envy
RLCS 2021-22 - Spring: North America Regional Event 2 - 7-Eleven Slurpee Cup
Version1 starts the series off with an explosive opening goal from BeastMode. Envy’s offense faltered, and Torment scored on an open goal to extend Version1’s lead to 2-0. The final score was 2-0 in favor fo Version1.
After their clean Game 1 win, Comm scores a goal in the opening seconds of the second match. Envy replies to tie the game at 1-1. Version1 retook the lead with a goal from Torment, but Envy makes a successful shot on goal to tie the match again. Two goals from BeastMode quickly shut down Envy’s attempts to overtake Version1. The final score was 4-2 in favor of Version1.
Envy, desperate to find their footing as the series continued, managed to slow down Version1’s offense. The game remained scoreless until the final minute, but with less than 30 seconds left in the match, an own goal from Envy gave Version1 a 1-0 win in the third match.
Version1 put on a Rocket League masterclass in the final game of the series, effortlessly dominating Envy in one of the biggest blowouts in Rocket League history. The carnage began with a goal from Comm in the opening seconds of the game, and Envy’s defense was in utter disarray as the match continued — Version1 took seven goals in a row before Envy managed to find an opening.
The machine is broken. pic.twitter.com/rCmnB0R8Ty— Version1 (@version1gg) May 15, 2022
Comm and Torment landed the ball in Envy’s net two more times before the game reached the end of regulation, and the final score was 9-2 in favor of Version1.
BeastMode had 8 assists in the final match, setting a new RLCS all-time record for the most assists in a single game.