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The Rocket League Asia Pro League 3.0 will be organised by APL Esports, and will see eight Asian teams battling it out for a $3,000 prize pool. The competition will run over the course of eight weeks, and will be played every Sunday starting from February 24th.
Two teams from China will be invited to the competition, whilst India and Japan will each host qualifiers with the three top teams moving on to compete in the event. The Indian qualifier will begin on February 9th, with the Japan qualifier starting a week later on February 16th. Each game will be in 3v3 format.
There is incentive for the competition’s audience also, which will be streamed live on Twitch, with a number of perks available for those who tune in. Registrations are now open for the tournament, and will be sure to attract many a Rocket League enthusiast, given that the Asia Pro League is similar to prestigious events such as the RLCS, as far as production quality goes. Couple this with the upcoming RLCS qualifiers in March, it is looking to be an action-packed first quarter of 2019 for the soccer-car mash up, with the Asia Pro League kicking off in less than a month’s time.