Montreal Rocket League Trophy

In one of the most entertaining grand finals sets in Rocket League LAN history. The Peeps defeated G2 Esports in seven matches to seal the Cinderella finish of DreamHack: Montreal. Players Slater 'Retals' Thomas, Nick 'mist' Costello, and Jirair 'Gyro' Papazian found themselves in the playoffs by surviving the losers' brackets on days one and two, and defying the odds to defeat TSM in a do-or-die scenario. G2 had sent The Peeps to the losers' bracket the day before, but the team came into the grand final high on the momentum of defeating mouseports and defending world champions Renault Vitality. The Peep lift the DreamHack: Montreal Rocket League trophy. 

The tone of the gritty grand finals series was set in game one by Chicago's in-air demo of Gyro to open up the goal and allow JKnaps to score and force overtime with zero seconds on the clock. While both teams' play wasn't as tight as either of them would have hoped, the series became an instant classic with its tight back-and-forth matches and palpable tension.


As the only team not signed to an esports organization that progressed to the playoffs, The Peeps had the crowd behind them as they faced some of the toughest opposition Rocket League has to offer. The crowd-favorite team won games two, three, and four, and were a game away from victory before the dream appeared to slip away. G2 victories in matches five and six set up a winner-takes-all game seven. Neither team scored until just about the halfway mark, when Retals of The Peeps shot a curling ball from his own half to circumvent the G2 defense. 

The Peeps scored three more goals, standing to celebrate with each other and the crowd before the clock ticked to zero. Retals was in disbelief as his team scored their third goal, all but sealing their win. The Peeps have more to celebrate than just their major tournament win. The trio will be splitting the $50,000 grand prize, and Retals himself tweeted that The Peeps will be signed by an esports organization after DreamHack. This is great news for the team and it makes their storybook tournament victory the last time they will play under the crowd-favorite banner of The Peeps. DreamHack Pro Circuit: Montreal is the last of four DreamHack events scheduled for 2019, and the last major Rocket League event before RLCS league play begins in early October. 

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