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Dignitas, the esports vertical of New Meta Entertainment (NME), have been crowned champions at the BMW Rocket League Open.

Dignitas, having won one world championship, two European Championships, a European Regional and four Major tournament wins since the organisation’s foray into the game in 2018, is known today as the most decorated organisation in competitive Rocket League.

The Dignitas Rocket League team, consisting of Joris “Joreuz” Robben, Jack “ApparentlyJack” Benton and Kyle “Scrub Killa” Robertsen have quickly made a name for themselves as a strong up-and-coming squad, challenging top contender teams since the current roster’s formation in August of this year. Joreuz, age 16, has quickly risen to fame as one of the strongest young players in the professional scene. ApparentlyJack, age 18, has made a name for himself as the fastest-growing influencer in the RLCS, while former World Champion Scrub Killa, age 18, has turned heads as he continues to tell the story of his resurgence back to the top. For Dignitas Rocket League player Scrub Killa, this win marks a strong comeback after defeating his former team and Dignitas rival Team Vitality as well as defeating defending European champions Team BDS.

Rocket League, the popular vehicular soccer esport from Psyonix, continues to grow Dignitas’ die-hard fan bases both in Europe and North America. Through combining competitive accolades with a roster of top-tier Rocket League influencers such as Jessie, Herculyse, TigerQueen and Maximus, Dignitas has solidified itself as the strongest global brand in Rocket League. With key focuses on vehicles, petrol, tires and automotive accessories, Dignitas is paving the way for new brands to meaningfully activate within the gaming and esports industry through their championship-winning Rocket League team. Ahead of the Stockholm Fall Major, Dignitas hopes to work alongside additional partners to bring their brands to life in Stockholm next month and throughout 2022.