Twitch and Psyonix have teamed up to form the Rocket League Championship Series with a very generous $75,000 prize pool.
The streaming service will both manage operations for the competitive league and work alongside Psyonix to "build the community and infrastructure," with a long-term growth goal for the rather popular game.
All matches with teams of three will be played on PlayStation 4 and PC starting in March. Additional platform support will be revealed at a later date.
Each RLCS season will span three months and feature teams from both North America and Europe. The top-four teams in each region will be invited to compete at a live International Finals event.
An open qualifier will kick things off followed by a group stage event. Online finals will then be held with a $10,000 prize pool up for grabs. This will take place over a one month period.
A second round of qualifiers will follow the same schedule with the same prize pool.
Following a cooling off period, live international finals will take place over a weekend with a $55,000 prize pool on the line.
You can find out more information on the Rocket League Championship Series on the official website and enter your email address to be notified when signups are open.