When the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) returns for its Rocket League Trading seventh season subsequent month, it can deliver alongside some new sponsors for the journey. That’s due to the fact Rocket League writer Psyonix recently agreed to an special partnership with Turner Sports’ ELEAGUE brand, as a way to see Turner’s ad income team deal with sponsorships and advertising for the league.

The organizations formerly teamed for a couple of ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League tournaments, however this new partnership is a good deal wider-ranging in nature. Beyond the ad sales and sponsorship component, ELEAGUE may even produce a TV function series primarily based on the following two RLCS seasons, in addition to hold a live Collegiate Rocket League tournament at next month’s NCAA Final Four Fan Fest in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

It’s a deal that both aspects see as jointly positive, and one that would have a huge impact on the destiny of Rocket League esports and how ELEAGUE operates. The Esports Observer spoke with Psyonix vice president of publishing Jeremy Dunham and Turner Sports senior vice president of sales Seth Ladetsky about the origins of the partnership and RL Trading what to anticipate.