RLCS Season 6 just took off, so I reached out to Paschy90 of Renault Vitality about his thoughts on the upcoming season and the recent roster changes.
Paschy is a familiar face in Rocket League esports, having been present in every single season of RLCS and reaching LAN four out of five times. His best finish was second place in Season 2, falling to Flipsid3 in the grand final.
Renault Vitality recently signed Scrub Killa, giving Paschy and his teammates a good chance – on paper – at finally claiming that world title.
“I feel good. I am having good practice sessions and feel good in general.”
“I think I had some ups and downs, but I am sure the day will come where I will be a world champion.”
“Our team is very strong, it is our first season, give us time.”
“Individual we have more potential with Scrub, so we have to try to figure out how we have to play to be at our best.”
“I have always had doubters. I try to play how it fits best to the team. Maybe I am a goal scorer again this season. Against [Mousesports] I didn’t have an assist, ’cause I had to play the striker role, but I like it. Anyway, I have never not finished top-4 in EU and people told me after Season 1 that I will be gone. Here I am still and I won’t be going anywhere. As long as I keep my practice up, I don’t have to worry about anything.”
“I really like RLCS, just needs more teams.”
“Team mode, of course, lol.”
“Yeah, I just think he deserves everything, ’cause he works the hardest.”
“Almost everybody wanted him, but he wanted us. We first wanted Deevo, but it didn’t work out, ’cause he didn’t fit.”
“Maybe, maybe not. But was I really so excited about only these things?”
Paschy and his team’s season continues next Sunday at 12:00 PM PDT against Fnatic during the RLCS Season 6 League Play on twitch.
Dutch football (soccer) and Rocket League fan, spending much of my time watching the former, and playing and watching the latter. Also an avid fantasy/scifi reader and writer. I spend most of my time trying not to be in the real world.