Rocket League in a little over two years has firmly cemented itself as a true esports title and successfully transitioned from the world of online livestreams to network television. NBC Sports later this month, for example, will be airing the finals of its 2v2 Rocket League tournament live on NBCSN as players compete for a $100,000 prize pool.
Despite the efforts of Psyonix to bring everyone together over Rocket League, Sony has decided to be the odd kid out on the playground and is not working with other systems. Over a year ago the developer announced that it had the capability of letting Xbox One and PlayStation 4 users be able to face off against each other on their servers, and while Microsoft was on board with the idea, Sony continued to drag their feet. Even after the announcement that the Switch will be able to do the same when their version is released, Sony is still giving Psyonix the runaround.
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