Bionic Fox Takeover Spring Rocket League

Nashville – Bionic Fox Gaming are HBeL Spring Season Champions.

Bionic Fox bounced back from their humbling first couple weeks in the league to finish the season on an incredible eight match unbeaten streak, with a final record of 8W-0D-2L. In doing so, the guys at Bionic Fox will be taking home the $50 spring season prize pool calculated from feature match views.




We sat down with the guys at Bionic Fox Gaming to ask them what stood out this season:

  1. This league is full of talent which leads to competitive games.
  2. The commentary and featured matches were really well done.
  3. Other teams were easy to communicate with and fun to compete against.

Over the Century Mark

NASHVILLE,TN (February 24, 2019)

HBeL is pleased to announce that in just a few short months, the website has surpassed 100 registered players.

The current breakdown is as follows:

Playstation 4 = 27 players (27%)

Xbox One = 74 players (73%)

HIGHEST VALUED PLAYER: PhStephenHD – 3580 (credits)
usa United States
Xbox One
FIFA & Rocket League
Current Team
Cado Boiz

RocketLeague 2019 Winter Season Schedule Released

Nashville, TN. – HasBeen eLeague unveiled its 2019 Rocket League winter-season schedule on Monday. The league will begin with 5 clubs and will play 20 matches from January 16th through March 20th, in what will be the website’s first ever Rocket League season.

2019 Rocket League Standings and Schedule

As always the action will be available digitally through the website’s twitch channel.

For more information regarding this and all other HasBeen eLeagues, please email us at


Via Rocket League Dot Com

With special thanks to all of our friends and colleagues at PlayStation, we are thrilled to announce that starting RIGHT NOW, Rocket Leaguehas entered the PlayStation Cross-Play Beta program! Players on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Steam can now randomly matchmake with or against each other in all Online match types (i.e. Casual, Competitive, and Extra Modes).

To make sure that Cross-Platform play is enabled (it is by default), head to the “Main Menu,” select “Options” and then make sure the “Cross-Platform Play” box is checked in the “Gameplay” tab. And that’s all there is to it. You are now ready to play against gamers on other platforms across the world!

But what about cross-platform parties? In our first update this year (more information coming soon), we will release our cross-platform party system, which allows you to partner up with friends on any platform with the push of a few buttons.

Should you want to play with friends on other platforms before cross-platform parties release, however, you can! Just select “Play” from the “Main Menu,” then “Private Match,” followed by “Create” or “Join Private Match,” and you’re set from there.

Today’s announcement is an important one for us here at Psyonix, because we know how much our community has wanted FULL cross-platform support for quite some time. It’s because of YOU, our fans, and our generous partners on all systems and services that have made this possible in the first place. On behalf of the entire team, THANK YOU for your passion and persistence as we continue to do our best to make Rocket League the best experience we can.

We’ll see you out on the field!

Player Registration Reaches Early Milestone

HBeL is pleased to announce that in just our first 30 days, the website has surpassed 50 registered players.

The current breakdown is as follows:

Playstation 4 = 17 players (27%)

Xbox One = 44 players (73%)

Highest Valued Player: Beeholes

usa United States
Xbox One
Current Team
Free Agents
Past Teams


ESL Teams With Big East to Launch Rocket League Season

(via: esportsobserver)

  • ESL and the Big East are teaming to start competitive Rocket League in the conference.
  • The conference’s season comes following the success of a pilot event in the spring.
  • Competition at an established conference is a sign of growth in collegiate esports.

In conjunction with ESL , the Big East Conference, one of the U.S.’s premiere collegiate athletic conferences, is kicking off the inaugural Big East Esports season Sunday, Oct. 21 with teams competing in developer Psyonix Studio’s  Rocket League .

The news comes following the success of a pilot event ESL and the Big East hosted in April, the BIG EAST Esports Invitational Powered by ESL. That event included competition in both Rocket League and Riot Games’  League of Legends (LoL).

During the pilot, the conference and tournament promoter said that they were starting with LoL and Rocket League with plans to expand into competition on other titles in the future. As of now, only Rocket League has been announced for the inaugural season of competition.

Craig Levine, ESL’s Global Chief Strategy Officer, said the tournament organizer is looking to “weave esports into the fabric of campus life through competition, research and curriculum.”

“We anticipate that Big East Esports will help lay the structural foundation for the future of player and fan ecosystems in the U.S.,” he said.

“We believe that competitive esports in the collegiate setting have considerable growth potential.”

Big East deputy commissioner and COO Vince Nicastro called collegiate esports a “rapidly evolving sector.” He added, “We believe that competitive esports in the collegiate setting have considerable growth potential, and our inaugural competition will allow us to connect with a growing number of students that are actively engaged in esports on our campuses.”

DePaul is one of the Big East schools that has seen a growing interest in esports. The school’s director of student involvement Courtney James said, “Recreational esports competition throughout DePaul has proven to be fun and engaging for our students while enhancing important skills such as strategic thinking, teamwork, communications and discipline.”

Matches for the season will be conducted online on tournament platform ESL Play throughout the fall and into the spring of next year, with the top four schools moving on to a playoff that will be streamed on the ESL Rocket League Twitch and the Big East YouTube channels.