Rocket League Legend Salutes The Show Export: Kronovi Withdraws From Competitions

The Rocket League audience greets a legend of the competitive scene, the 24-year-old and former world champion Kronovi. After seven years of ups and downs in the home title Psyonix, he announced the end of his career export a few days ago on Twitter, promising a rosy future for future professional players.

His name became a legend in the Rocket League scene in 2015 with the founding of the Cosmic Aftershock team and the victory of the first Rocket League Championship Series global tournament together with iBUYPOW His victory for 4-2 against the FlipSid3 Tactics remains iconic for lovers of the free-to-play title.

A year later he joined the G2 Esports team and stayed there for three years, collecting a fourth place in the finals of the RLCS Season 4, two second places between DreamHack Open and RLCS Season 6 NA and The next transfer to the Rogue in 2019 saw him ‘croll’without reaching the highest peaks of the podium, while in the various teams he played between 2020 and 2021 he remained a relatively marginal player.

He will now remain active as a content creator of Rocket League, eventually moving to coaching other teams or casting high-end competitive matches and tournaments.

Meanwhile, in Italy last November AS Roma made way for Rocket League with its intriguing challenge.

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