Micronational Rocket League

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Micronational Rocket League
Founded10 July 2015
First season2015/16
Number of teamsTBC (4)
Levels on pyramid1
TV partnersVarious (Pre-recorded
and live matches)

The Micronational Rocket League, or MRL, is a league competition based around the PC and Playstation 4 game, Rocket League, released on PC only 3 days prior to the announcement of the intention to form the MRL. The league was founded by former teams of the M-League, which had hoped to find a replacement for FIFA World prior to its shutting down by Electronic Arts in June 2015. The League is intended to debut with 6-8 teams. However, many more had declared an interest in joining the League beyond that target opening the possibility for the league to debut as a multi tier structure of unknown size.


The M-League has limited regulations over the broadcasting rights of member clubs and instead gives clubs unrestricted access to determine who is responsible for broadcasting matches with primarily local broadcasting services such as Dale News Agency TV and Vyktoryan Broadcasting Corporation being the largest and responsible for broadcasting over half of MRL games of their respective clubs.