Resolve Esports Enter Rocket League Backed By Williams Racing

Resolve Esports Enter Rocket League Backed By Williams Racing
Resolve Esports | Williams Racing | Psyonix

Written by 

Jack Marsh


1st Jul 2021 12:46

Following on from being granted their very own car decal in Rocket League, Williams Racing has partnered with UK-based Resolve Esports to enter the RLCS going into its eleventh season.

Just a matter of hours after yet another organisation (Houston Outlaws) expressed their desire to enter Psyonix's vastly expanding esport, Resolve Esports has declared they are on the hunt to find a roster, backed by the F1 titans.

The team which will be named "Williams Resolve" is set to enter the European branch of the RLCS, challenging Team Vitality who recently dropped their Renault sponsorship before winning the regional championships.

In their "pursuit of glory in Rocket League", Resolve Esports Chief Executive Officer, Ilias Pajoheshfar, said: "We’re delighted to work with such an iconic brand. Williams Racing is a big, big name in racing and Formula One, and we’re huge motorsport fans."

"We share a similar vision and this deal will not only see this partnership enter Rocket League but will also align our mutual values of promoting talent, health, wellbeing and performance."

"It’s our intention to channel their expertise, fully, into our pursuit of glory in Rocket League."

Williams Resolve Rocket League Roster

As of yet, the two parties have yet to identify a roster for the upcoming season.

Taking to Twitter, Pajoheshfar has revealed that they are now actively on the hunt for players and staff for their roster.

So far, the highest-ranked team of the RCLS X season without an organisation is White Demons, who posted an impressive 3rd-4th place finish at the penultimate regional event and concluded the season in 12th place despite only forming mid-way through the season. 

However, with White Demons boasting a roster of Spanish and German nationalities, Williams Resolve may opt to stick with a British core and build a brand-new roster.

The organisation has until late August (approximately) to find their squad, should they want to be ready for the historic eleventh season in Rocket League esports history. 



Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.

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