Psyonix shows off Rocket League's esports shop
Rocket League

Psyonix shows off Rocket League's esports shop

Support your favourite team by spending Esports Tokens on in-game cosmetic items, with 30% of the revenue going directly to those teams.

Subscribe to our newsletter here!

* Required field

Rocket League developer Psyonix has revealed that the Rocket League Esports Shop pilot program will be starting on April 16 at 10:00 PDT (18:00 BST, 19:00 CEST), meaning new decals, wheels, and banners are coming to match the pro teams competing at the highest level of the game.

Cloud9, Dignitas, Evil Geniuses, G2 Esports, Ghost Gaming, Mousesports, NRG Esports, Rogue, Splyce, TSM, and Team Vitality are all the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) teams partnered for this shop, each having two decals, one banner, and a variety of wheels.

This will appear in the main menu under 'Shop' and will feature six in-game items each day, refreshing at 12:00 PDT (20:00 BST, 21:00 CEST). Each item will have a timer displayed so you know how long you have to grab it, with some featured for 24 hours, while others are featured for 48 hours.

You'll need Esports Tokens to buy these, which you can get in the following bundles:

100 Tokens for $0.99 USD (or regional equivalent)
600 Tokens for $4.99 USD (or regional equivalent)
1200 Tokens for $9.99 USD (or regional equivalent)
2500 Tokens for $19.99 USD (or regional equivalent)

You can't trade these items or Esports Tokens, and items in the Shop will start at 100 Tokens. When you do buy things you'll be supporting the corresponding esports team though, as each team gets 30% of the revenue, with a portion of the revenue from each also going to the players in the European and North American RLCS via a prize pool bonus, regardless of whether that team is in the pilot program. Oceania and South America opportunities will be addressed in future seasons.

What team will you be supporting?

Rocket League
Photo: Psyonix

Related texts

Rocket League (Switch)Score

Rocket League (Switch)

REVIEW. Written by Sam Bishop

"It doesn't matter if you're good or not; everyone can take to the pitch to bump cars and hit balls."

Rocket LeagueScore

Rocket League

REVIEW. Written by Mike Holmes

"Matches often descend into violent ramming attacks and opportunistic goal poaching. It doesn't matter though; it's all fun and games."

Loading next content


Gamereactor uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best browsing experience on our website. If you continue, we'll assume that you are happy with our cookies policy