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Roast Beef, Arugula and Shaved Parmesan on a Bague

Roast Beef, Arugula and Shaved Parmesan on a Bague

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It uses beef roast, parmesan, rocket, baguette

Salmon & double brie bagette

Salmon & double brie bagette

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It uses smoked salmon, rocket, red onion, brie, baguette

Garlic prawn baguettes

Garlic prawn baguettes

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It uses rocket, butter, sesame seed, lime, prawns, basil

Stuffed crusty baguettes

Stuffed crusty baguettes

delicious.com.au

It uses rocket, artichoke heart, baguette, mozzarella, prosciutto, pesto, capsicum

Bacon and egg salad baguettes

Bacon and egg salad baguettes

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, lemon, baguette, mayonnaise, bacon, egg, red onion

Leg ham baguette with lemon cream cheese

Leg ham baguette with lemon cream cheese

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, lemon, mango, mayonnaise, bread, cream cheese, ham

Pesto Infused Tomato Bruschetta

Pesto Infused Tomato Bruschetta

supervalu.ie

It uses rocket, chili pepper, baguette, hazelnut, tomato, basil, garlic

Stuffed crusty baguettes

Stuffed crusty baguettes

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, artichoke heart, baguette, mozzarella, prosciutto, pesto, capsicum

Original Philly Cheese Steak

Original Philly Cheese Steak

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It uses rocket, onion, baguette, provolone, mustard, olive oil, white wine, beef steak

Chargrilled vegetable baguettes

Chargrilled vegetable baguettes

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, baguette, eggplant, cooking spray, pesto, zucchini, red onion, capsicum

Eggs benedict baguette

Eggs benedict baguette

olivemagazine.com

It uses rocket, lemon, baguette, cayenne, white wine, butter, ham, egg

Sausage and onion rolls

Sausage and onion rolls

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, sausage, baguette, tabasco, tomato, worcestershire, onion, brown sugar, olive oil

Pressed salmon sandwiches

Pressed salmon sandwiches

taste.com.au

It uses smoked salmon, rocket, lemon, baguette, caper, sour cream, cucumber, butter, chive

Green olive, walnut and almond tapenade

Green olive, walnut and almond tapenade

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, lemon, walnut, baguette, caper, almond, olive oil, anchovy, olive

Spring salad with asparagus, strawberries and goats cheese toasts

Spring salad with asparagus, strawberries and goats cheese toasts

carolinescooking.com

It uses rocket, lemon, baguette, strawberry, asparagus, olive oil, fennel, basil, goat cheese

Blue cheese and pear salad with walnut dressing

Blue cheese and pear salad with walnut dressing

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, avocado oil, walnut, baguette, blue cheese, raspberry, mustard, pear, red onion

Green olive, walnut and almond tapenade

Green olive, walnut and almond tapenade

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, lemon, walnut, baguette, caper, almond, olive oil, anchovy, olive

Angel hair pasta with parmesan and rocket

Angel hair pasta with parmesan and rocket

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, lemon, chili pepper, angel hair, baguette, olive oil, parmesan, butter, basil, garlic

Spinach, rocket & pea soup with brie crotes

Spinach, rocket & pea soup with brie crotes

womensweeklyfood.com.au

It uses rocket, potato, baguette, peas, leek, mustard, vegetable stock, butter, spinach, brie, garlic

Salmon carpaccio with wasabi dressing

Salmon carpaccio with wasabi dressing

taste.com.au

It uses rocket, baguette, caper, wasabi, salmon, peanut oil, lime, watercress, chive, rice vinegar, soy sauce

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The Renegade Cup is the new Rocket League esports event series that focusses on the grassroots movement of our scene. Over the course of four months there are 8 events, 4 for EU and 4 for NA, that are sponsored by Psyonix and organized by members of the Rocket League community. The first two cups were Project Phoenix (organized by Rival Esports in the NA region) and Grand Prix in the EU region which was organized by French Rocket League community hub Rocket Baguette.

Both events have concluded earlier this week with Splyce emerging victorious in the NA region and Red Reserve being the champions in the EU region. We wanted to take a closer look on the organizers behind one of those Monthlies, so we reached out to our friends from Rocket Baguette. Here’s what Rocket Baguette’s co-founder Boyan says a day after the Grand Prix has concluded.

Interview with Rocket Baguette co-founder Boyan

Boyan (in the middle) is one of the co-founders of Rocket Baguette, the French community hub for Rocket League

“Such a format is brand new to the Rocket League scene”

Congratulations on the successful Grand Prix, the first Renegade Cup Monthly for EU. A lot of fantastic teams have played in the tournament. Now that these past exciting weeks are behind you, how do you guys feel looking back on the Grand Prix?

Thanks! What an adventure! It was a great honor to be chosen by Psyonix to host this tournament and kick-off the Renegade Cup in Europe. The experience was challenging, considering the duration of the competition and the stakes. Such a format is brand new to the Rocket League scene and we didn’t really know how the players would react. In the end, while everything was far from being perfect in the Grand Prix – I already know of a few things I would have done differently, I believe it was a successful tournament.

Red Reserve are the first Renegade Cup EU Monthly Champions and qualify directly for the Final Tournament next year where there will be a $20000 prize pool on the line. From your point of view: Did you expect these guys to win the tournament or what was your guess on who would win the Grand Prix?

We definitely expected Red Reserve as one of the teams to watch. We had the chance to broadcast them a lot since the initial roster formed a year ago, with Andom and Kassio, under the now legendary Triple Trouble name, witnessing their growth and evolution. Their Rocket League has always been pleasant to watch. They won The Play last summer in a great fashion, it seems like they are comfortable with the tourneys we host!

What was in your opinion the biggest surprise over the course of the tournament?

7 out of the 8 teams that made it to the Quarter Finals of the Grand Prix are RLRS Season 3 contenders. In the middle of them, the full-norwegian roster of Schmookli. They had a great run, winning both of their pools, defeating Method in Round One and Red Reserve in Round Two. I was excited for their match-up against exceL in quarters… and they lost 4-0. A brutal ending I didn’t expect. Maybe the pressure got to them or it just wasn’t a good day, I don’t know.

“Schmookli had a great run”

Your own Twitch channel only broadcasted the French production, the English one was over at RewindRL. What was the reason to split the stream up and broadcast it in two languages?

Providing an English-language broadcast is mandatory for Renegade Cup hosts, it’s just a natural requirement for Psyonix-sponsored events. This was an additional challenge for us to tackle, even if we’ve done it already for The Play. The French broadcast was optional, we even considered going only for English, but it wouldn’t have been fair to our audience, and we don’t want the community to forget that Rocket Baguette is also a crew of Rocket League casters.

“Two friends on a life-changing journey together”

Rocket Baguette is the main content hub for the French Rocket League community. Tell me about when and why you started this project?

It’s about two friends deciding to go on a life-changing journey together. In July 2015, Spleen showed me this game called Rocket League and I immediately fell in love. I play a lot of football and for the first time, I was playing a video game that felt like playing real football. Also, when I was a kid, I wanted to be a football commentator. In Autumn 2016, we began casting our first ESL GO4 tourneys. We then expanded, naturally and rapidly, to offer a complete french coverage for Rocket League esports, filling a gap but also taking a shot at building something of our own.

With PSG there’s one major sports brand from France engaged in Rocket League. How huge is Rocket League in France in general? Do you guys see a lot of interest from French organizations?

There is no doubt that the player base in France is huge, but it feels like most of them are just casual players that aren’t really aware of the existence of the esports scene. French esports insiders are well aware of the potential of Rocket League but so far it hasn’t been easy to bring in new partners. But I can’t see a future that’s not bright: France has got the best players in the world, three major football clubs involved (PSG, AS Monaco, FC Nantes) as well as a wonderful partnership between Renault and Team Vitality… The only setback right now is that the french audience doesn’t have access to the biggest Rocket League events, as there are no french-language broadcasts.

Now that the Grand Prix is over, what are your upcoming projects that you’ll be focusing on?

October was a very busy month. We had been running three tournaments simultaneously and two remain. Now, we’re preparing for the Trophée Randstad.game Finals at Paris Games Week, the biggest gaming convention in France, next Tuesday. LANs are always exciting and we expect a quite interesting competition with Get Wigglytuff’d (Fairy Peak! / Neqzo / Mout), Epsilon Esports, Exalty and Kawaii Kiwis. Then we’ll have to wrap-up the second season of RBRS (Rocket Baguette Rising Stars), a massive league with 160+ teams playing for 7 consecutive weeks. And then it will probably be time to sit back, take some rest, and prepare for 2019!

The Renegade Cup will continue in November with Rocketeers organizing the Rocketeers Thunderdome. Here’s everything you need to know about the next Monthly.

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Rocket Baguette

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Rocket Baguette is a French tournament organizer, broadcasting team and community. They are the biggest French community in Rocket League, with a big following on social media.

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ID Name Position Join Date
FranceSpleenHouarnev Louaisel Co-Owner 2016-11-07
FranceBoyanBoyan Kaftandjiev Co-Owner 2016-11-07

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Vitality vs Dignitas - 1/4 Finale - WePlay Invitational

The Rocket League Championships Series Season X (RLCS X) is on the horizon, with the deadline for roster movements coming in just ten days’ time, on Saturday, June 25 (for RLCS Sides, a day prior for qualifier teams). With the clock running down, the competition is heating up, and we can see who is most prepared in the Summer Grand Prix. 

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In a format consisting of two groups and a double-elimination playoffs series, the $44,424 (€40,000) prize pool will be split with 50% going to the winners, 35% going to second place, 15% going to third, and 5% to fourth. Places fifth to 12th will receive nothing, making the Summer Grand Prix one of the most fiercely contested community events we have seen this year. With the stakes so high, teams will be trying their hardest to get in the money and prove that they are ready for RLCS X.
Ahead of the Summer Grand Prix, we look at the key storylines to the five days of high-quality Rocket League.

All eyes are on the unproven rising stars

Many of the RLCS sides in Europe have chosen to place trust in young rising stars to be the mechanical dynamite needed to rocket them to success. Joreuz has now become an official Dignitas player, despite recent results not falling kindly for them. Coming in to replace AztraL, one of the regions leading playmakers, Joreuz will be looking to improve his new teams’ placings, after failing to make the top three at Fusion and The Eurocup 10K. Meanwhile, Itachi features again for FC Barcelona as they also look to overturn their recent form and become the top four side that they were last season. 

M0nkey M00n and Archie will look to be the instrumental attacking for Team BDS and Top Blokes respectively, both of whom have been in impressive form as of late. Archie’s Top Blokes side beat Endpoint, Monkeys, and Giants Gaming to qualify for the Summer Grand Prix, only falling to Team Singularity who pipped the final two games in overtime.

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Without a shred of RLCS experience between the four of them, Archie, Itachi, Joreuz and M0nkey m00n have more to prove than anyone else.

A Renault Vitality vs Oxygen final?

The two teams who look to be the most prepared in in the best form are Renault Vitality and Oxygen Esports. Vitality are coming in off the back of wins the Spring Series and Fusion, and a third-place finish at The Eurocup 10K, looking to right the wrongs of their Season 9. Falling short to Dignitas in the Season 9 and 8 European finals, Vitality are gunning for their crown back. Oxygen, however, are another frightening force, and made their roster change very early on, leaving them plenty of time to prepare. AztraL, Ferra and Chausette45 have had just shy of two months together as a three and will be looking towards the Summer Grand Prix to make their presence known. A roster capable of incredible heights will look to assert their dominance, and here is their perfect opportunity.

Welcome, Team Liquid

Flying under the radar somewhat, Team Liquid has acquired a brilliant roster. Fruity, a previous EU champion joins the former Mousesports duo of Speed and former World Champion kuxir97. Making their first appearance here at the Summer Grand Prix, they could come out all guns blazing to put their name in contention for EUs finest. Speed will be looking to go one better in this Seasons RLCS, as he gradually builds momentum over each season. Finishing seventh/eighth in Season 7, fifth in Season 8, and third/fourth in Season 9, his projection sets him destined for the top two this year, and combined with the winning experience of fruity and kuxir97 alongside him, this could be the year that he breaks into the top bracket. Team Liquid are certainly a team to keep an eye on this week. 

How to Watch

The group stages kick off with Renault Vitality against Top Blokes on Thursday 16, July at 6pm (BST) / 1pm (ET), and you can tune in below, or on Rocket Baguettes official Twitch channel.

Stay tuned at GGRecon for all your latest Rocket League esports news.

Image via Rocket Baguette | Twitter

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