VERSION1 ROCKET LEAGUE PARTNERS
Landon “Beastmode” Konerman joined Version1 Rocket League in January 2022 ahead of the 2021-2022 RLCS season winter split. He joins the squad from Shopify Rebellion and prior to that, played for the Kansas City Pioneers. At 17 years old, Beastmode has already been competing as a professional for two years. He realized he was good enough to pursue a career at 14 when he hit the highest rank in the game. Beastmode brings explosive potential to Version1, along with speed and excellent game mechanics.
Robert “Comm” Kyser joined Version1 in November 2020 as a Rocket League Championship Series rookie following two seasons playing in the Rocket League Rival Series. A talented up and comer, Comm is known for his mechanics, offensive playmaking ability and high-level 1v1 skills.
“Fireburner” joins Version1 as coach after competing for NRG from 2016 to 2019 and coaching Torment and Gimmick at Cloud9 in RLCS Seasons 8 and 9. Fireburner competed in every RLCS LAN event until his retirement from competitive RLCS in 2019, one of only two players to do so. Fireburner won four RLCS North American tournaments with NRG, earning Clutch Playmaker and Golden Striker awards in Seasons 7 and 3 respectively.
Daniel “Daniel” Piecenski’s meteoric rise to Rocket League stardom started at the age of 14, when he became the first player to reach the rank of Supersonic Legend in the game’s 1v1 playlist. His fearsome mechanical prowess caught the attention of top RLCS players, and after turning 15 and becoming eligible to compete on the official circuit, the young prodigy was immediately signed by Spacestation Gaming. Daniel’s ability to consistently deliver world-class performances in important matches played a critical role in carrying the team to multiple top finishes at events. He holds the record for being the youngest Rocket League player to compete at an RLCS LAN event.