Rocket League Goals For Change is a casual Rocket League tournament featuring women from across North America and Europe competing to donate to causes that are important to them. What can you expect from this first-of-its-kind Rocket League event?

Let's dive into the details!

Format, Prizing, and Schedule

First up, let's break down the format. It's pretty simple, with a twist of some fan-favorite Modes defining the action. Each region (North America and Europe) will have their own separate tournaments with the following format:

  • Four teams per region

  • Round-Robin format

  • Each round features a different game mode

    • Round 1: Hoops

    • Round 2: Rumble Dropshot

    • Round 3: Boomer Ball

  • The higher a team places in the Round-Robin, the more they can donate to a cause of their choice

Take a look at the donation amount breakdown below:

  • 1st Place: $10,000 per region

  • 2nd Place: $2,000 per region

  • 3rd Place: $1,500 per region

  • 4th Place: $1,000 per region

The broadcast will begin on Wednesday, March 24, at 10 a.m. PDT (5 p.m. UTC) on the official Rocket League Twitch channel. The European region will play first, with their part of the show expected to last between three and four hours. North America will follow directly after the conclusion of the European portion of the tournament.

In addition to the main broadcast, each player has the opportunity to stream their point of view throughout their tournament. So, if you've got a favorite creator or pro participating (team info below!), make sure to check the Rocket League Twitch directory to see if they're live!

Participants and Talent

With Rocket League Goals For Change, we wanted to highlight some of the best and brightest women in the Rocket League community. From being pro players to content creators, women in Rocket League have done it all. We've got an all-star cast of participants from both Europe and North America who are ready to hit the pitch. Check out the teams below:



  • Captain: Ravena

  • Amphirae

  • Emma

  • Sub: Cloudy

Guyana Pigs

Team Smile

At Least We Tried

North America


  • Captain: Karma

  • Kate

  • Kiaa


Resident Sleepers

The Muffin Women

The event will also include interviews with team captains, plus a chat with the creator of the Moonpaw Wheels, Lindsey, about her experience working in the video game industry.  

And what's a tournament without great broadcast talent to match? Check out who will be bringing you all the fun and action throughout the day:


Host: Gillyweed

Caster: Athena

Caster: LemonKiwi


North America

Host: Gillyweed

Caster: Athena

Caster: Chell

Make sure to tune in to Rocket League Goals For Change on March 24 at 10 a.m. PDT (5 p.m. UTC) on Twitch! Don't forget to follow Rocket League on Twitter to stay up to date on everything happening throughout the community. We'll see you on March 24!