Renault Vitality Defeat G2 To Win Rocket League Season 7 Championship With The Newest Record For Nearly 27 Minutes Wave
Renault Vitality Defeat G2 To Win Rocket League Season 7 Championship With The Newest Record For Nearly 27 Minutes Wave


Following the details about Rocket League Season 7 Championship, we have already known a fantastic event kicked-off from last Friday to Sunday, next we are going to report on MMOAH which was selected as the best team.


Until Sunday, June 23, the Season 7 of Rocket League World Champion finally came to an end with Renault Vitality taking home to the trophy after besting G2 Esports. The two teams have equal strength so that the fans couldn't make any further prediction for the event. Unfortunately, G2 didn't have enough gas in the tanks to come back from a large deficit lastly.



When the countdown struck zero and the first face-off came to a head, the tension and excitement in the packed arena were palpable. With this win, fans went for nearly 27 minutes doing the Mexican wave to celebrate and create a new record. The past record for longest wave is clocked in at 17 minutes 14 seconds during the Rocket League events.


We often see the wave from sports fans in some great sporting events, which is a group undertaking that requires a crowd to sit and stand in successive groups, creating the effect of a wave rolling through the audience. However, it's very difficult to create so long wave except the case as the Rocket League World Champion. Now the choreography for nearly 27 minutes has become the newest record and it is likely to stand for quite a long time.



After the exciting event, the Rocket League Esports Twitter account indicates that Renault Vitality "writes themselves into esports history", while that's the only recordable history, as a dedicated crowd put their minds towards a monumental task: breaking the wave world record.

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