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The most successful Rocket League players of all time

Here are the players who stand out with their stellar performances in Rocket League.

Since its debut, Rocket League by Psyonix has also caught the attention of esports lovers. We have seen many players hungry for success in the history of Rocket League, which has become one of the most important games in the esports world with many tournaments. Today we will take a look at Rocket League's most successful esports players.

Pierre "Turbopolsa" Silfver

Credit: World Showdown of Esports (WSOE)

The first player on our list is Swedish Rocket League player Pierre "Turbopolsa" Silfver, born on August 9, 1998. With his transfer to NRG, he became the second player in Rocket League history to transfer between regions, after Matthew "Drippay" Den-Kaa. He is also the only player to have won the Rocket League Championship Series four times. He is the only player to win 2 World Championship MVPs, along with the MVP awards he earned in RLCS Season 4 and RLCS Season 8. He is also the only player to represent two different regions in the World Championship and won both. Turbopolsa showed the same success in the Regional Championship. He has 61 first places, 30 second places and eight third places in tournaments. He has eight S-Tier championships.

Most notable titles: RLCS Season 3 - Finals, RLCS Season 4 - Europe, RLCS Season 4 - Finals, RLCS Season 5 - Europe, RLCS Season 5 - Finals, RLCS Season 6 - Europe, RLCS Season 8 - North America, RLCS Season 8 - Finals
Approximate earnings: $434,626
Teams played: Ka-Pow, myXMG, Ka-Pow, Mock-It eSports EU, OhMyDog, Gale Force eSports, Dignitas, NRG, Team Envy (Present)

Alexandre "Kaydop" Courant

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Our next player is French player Alexandre "Kaydop" Courant, born on May 22, 1998. He is the only player to have three titles in the RLCS, where Turbopolsa has four titles. Having appeared in all RLCS Grand Finals since Season 3, Kaydop is the only player to win the RLCS Regional Championship five times in a row. Kaydop has 92 first places, 60 second places and four third places in tournaments. He has nine S-Tier tournament championships.

Most notable titles: RLCS Season 3 - Europe, RLCS Season 4 - Europe, RLCS Season 4 - Finals, RLCS Season 5 - Europe, RLCS Season 5 - Finals, RLCS Season 6 - Europe, RLCS Season 7 - Europe, RLCS Season 7 - Finals, RLCS Season X - European Championship
Approximate earnings: $513,325
Teams played: Stoic, eSportsWall, Team Shazoo, Hard-On Colliders, Gentlemen, Aeriality, Crown and Jewels, Precision Z, Pocket Aces, Precision Z, Mock-It eSports EU, Gale Force eSports, Dignitas, Team Vitality (Present)

Garrett "GarrettG" Gordon

Credit: World Showdown of Esports (WSOE)

Our next player is American player Garrett "GarrettG" Gordon, who was born on February 6, 2001. Having been with NRG Esports for over 1000 days, he is the first player to reach 1000 RLCS series appearances. He is also the first player to play more than 1500 career games. He has 57 first places, 34 second places and seven third places in tournaments. He is one of the most successful players in Rocket League with eight S-Tier championships.

Most notable titles: RLCS Season 3 - North America, RLCS Season 6 - North America, RLCS Season 7 - North America, RLCS Season 8 - North America, RLCS Season 8 - Finals, RLCS Season X - Winter: NA Major, RLCS Season X - Spring: NA Major, RLCS Season X - North American Championship
Approximate earnings: $439,252
Teams played: Foremost, Turbulence, VexX Gaming, Eanix, Exodus, Orbit eSports, The General NRG (Present)

Jos "ViolentPanda" van Meurs

Credit: Zeebo

The next name on our list is Jos "ViolentPanda" van Meurs, Dutch Rocket League player, born on November 2, 1998. He is the only one to win the RLCS two times after Turbopolsa, who won four times, and Kaydop, who won three times. ViolentPanda, who has six S-Tier championships, has 54 first places, 32 second places and eight third places in tournaments.

Most notable titles: RLCS Season 4 - Europe, RLCS Season 4 - Finals, RLCS Season 5 - Europe, RLCS Season 5 - Finals, RLCS Season 6 - Europe, RLCS Season 9 - Europe
Approximate earnings: $306,614
Teams played: The 3 Musketeers, Crown & Jewels, Crown & Jewels Frost, Ka-Pow, The 3 Musketeers, WillyWonkerPoodles, Mock-It eSports EU, Aces, Pocket Aces, Gale Force eSports, Dignitas, The Flying Dutchmen, Heroic (Present)

Justin "jstn." Morales

Credit: World Showdown of Esports (WSOE)

Our next Rocket League player is American Justin "jstn." Morales. He was born on August 5, 2002. He started his professional Rocket League career at the age of 15. He is also the youngest player on our list. Jstn., who has seven S-Tier championships, has 32 first places, 20 second places and two third places in tournaments.

Most notable titles: RLCS Season 6 - North America, RLCS Season 7 - North America, RLCS Season 8 - North America, RLCS Season 8 - Finals, RLCS Season X - Winter: NA Major, RLCS Season X - Spring: NA Major, RLCS Season X - North American Championship
Approximate earnings: $383,897
Teams played: Out of Style, The General NRG (Present)

Mariano "SquishyMuffinz" Arruda

Credit: Zeebo

The last player we will include on our list is Canadian Rocket League player Mariano "SquishyMuffinz" Arruda, born on November 29, 2000. SquishyMuffinz, whose childhood dream was to become a professional football player, started his Rocket League career after realising that it was almost impossible. At the same time, his asthma prevented him from playing football. SquishyMuffinz, who has five S-Tier championships, has a total of 61 first places, 39 second places and six third places in tournaments.

Most notable titles: RLCS Season 4 - North America, RLCS Season 6 - Finals, RLCS Season X - Winter: NA Major, RLCS Season X - Spring: NA Major, RLCS Season X - North American Championship
Approximate earnings: $401,907
Teams played: Chronix, Vendetta, Iris, The Muffin Men, Cloud9, The General NRG (Present)

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