Version1 Tourney Schedule For the Week of February 22nd

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This week is big for Version1!

The week ahead is jam packed full of Version1 esports competition!  Due to the rescheduling of last weekend’s Call of Duty League matches, fans of Røkkr and Version1 are in for continuous esports entertainment as all three of our teams compete this week.



The Matches. Fans can catch Røkkr in action three times starting on Tuesday at 5pm CT against Seattle Surge. Coming off the upset against Dallas Empire in the closing matches of Call of Duty League opening weekend, Røkkr will continue its momentum over the next several days.

Tuesday vs. Seattle Surge at 5pm CT

Thursday vs. New York Subliners at 2pm CT

Saturday vs. London Royal Ravens at 3:30pm CT


Where to watch. Tune in to the Røkkr YouTube before our matches to catch early analysis and commentary during an exclusive pre-show and stick around for a co-stream of each match. We will go live about 15 minutes before our matches begins; follow Røkkr on social media for up-to-the-minute scheduling news and tune in notifications as CDL start times tend to flex slightly day of. Be sure to subscribe to our channel and turn on notifications so you don’t miss any future league coverage or team content!



The matches. While we are still waiting on schedule and bracket details for this weekend’s RLCS X NA Winter Split Major, we’ll share updates on social media so keep your eyes trained on Version1 channels this week! In general, plan for a weekend full of Rocket League: this is a 12 team, double elimination tournament and matches will be streamed live starting at 11am CT on Saturday and Sunday. 


Where to watch. There are two Twitch channels you should follow to watch the RLCS X Major:



The matches. Last but certainly not least, qualifiers continue in the inaugural season of the VALORANT Champions Tour. And the field is vast. Over 120 teams will compete in the closed qualifiers Thursday through Sunday with the hope of earning a place at the first-ever Masters in March. Single elimination competition starts Thursday at about 5pm CT and continues through Sunday, with the field of contenders whittling down along the way.


Where to watch. Due to the number of teams competing, not all qualifying matches will be streamed but those that are will be shown on Nerd Street Gamers Twitch. We’ll give you regular score and schedule updates on the Version1 socials and stay tuned for news on other ways you can follow the team this weekend. If you haven’t already, you might as well follow the Version1 Twitch now!


For the latest news on our teams, schedules and competitions find us at @version1gg and @ROKKR or @rokkr_mn across all social media platforms.