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"Rocket League" in real life: Who will win the epic duel?

We've already proven that Simon and I aren't very good at Rocket League. That's why we're moving the duel to a skate hall and swapping controllers for remote controls. Guess who wins.

Next week the digitec Playground Vol. 8 will start. We can't wait that long. We held our own little "Rocket League" tournament - with remote-controlled model cars in a skate hall.

We already know how Team digitec does against real "Rocket League" pros. The match of Simon, Luca and me against Edelweiss Esports was a shooting match and in one direction. We didn't want to put ourselves through that ignominy again. To get in the mood for the next digitec Playground, which starts on 17 September, we came up with something new: "Rocket League" in real life.

In the skate hall of the Skillspark in Winterthur, we set up two gates, pimped four model cars to make them "Rocket League"-worthy and threw ourselves into the battle. This time, however, Simon and I are not playing with each other but against each other. We each have a Rocket League pro at our side. Together with Riyan "Nuke" Alfred, I form the Curly Riders team and Simon forms the Punishers team with Lukas "Zaphare" Jakober.

Stadium: Skatebowl at Skillspark Winterthur
. Vehicles: Blackzon Slyder
Teams: Punishers vs Curly Riders


Who kicks more balls into the net?
Who kicks more balls into the net?

Tip and win

Who will win the epic model car duel? Team Punishers or Team Curly Riders? Vote for your favourite and get the chance to win one of these uniquely designed "Rocket League" vehicles. Even Xzibit would be green with envy if he saw our pimped carts.

"Rocket League Duel

Who will win? Team Punishers or Team Curly Riders?

  • Team Punishers
    52%
  • Team Curly Riders
    47%

The competition has ended.

digitec Playground Vol. 8

The eighth digitec Playground starts on 17 September with the first qualifier. You can register until shortly before the tournament starts. There will be a Pro Tournament and a Grümpi. The final will be played live in front of an audience at HeroFest on 15 October in Bern . There are the following prizes to be won, each in triplicate. They are sponsored by Logitech G and AOC.

Prizes - Pro Tournament

.

  • Place 1

AOC C27G2AE/BK (1920 x 1080 pixels, 27 ")
Monitor
199.–

AOC C27G2AE/BK

1920 x 1080 pixels, 27 "

F
65
Logitech G G502 X Plus (Wireless)
Mouse

Logitech G G502 X Plus

Wireless

Except a brand new headset from Logitech G .

  • Place 2

Logitech G G512 (CH, Cable)
Keyboard
88.70

Logitech G G512

CH, Cable

121

Prices - Grümpi

  • Place 1

AOC C27G2AE/BK (1920 x 1080 pixels, 27 ")
Monitor
199.–

AOC C27G2AE/BK

1920 x 1080 pixels, 27 "

F
65
Logitech G G512 (CH, Cable)
Keyboard
88.70

Logitech G G512

CH, Cable

121
Logitech G G502 X Plus (Wireless)
Mouse

Logitech G G502 X Plus

Wireless

  • Place 2

Logitech G G502 X Plus (Wireless)
Mouse

Logitech G G502 X Plus

Wireless

Registration

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Being the game and gadget geek that I am, working at digitec and Galaxus makes me feel like a kid in a candy shop – but it does take its toll on my wallet. I enjoy tinkering with my PC in Tim Taylor fashion and talking about games on my podcast http://www.onemorelevel.ch. To satisfy my need for speed, I get on my full suspension mountain bike and set out to find some nice trails. My thirst for culture is quenched by deep conversations over a couple of cold ones at the mostly frustrating games of FC Winterthur. 


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