The young American Rocket League player has made his debut to the professional scene with Rogue this season. Christopher “Aqua” Campbell has proven to be the missing piece we needed with a fantastic first game during the RLCS qualifiers alongside teammates Gyro and Taroco.
Aqua started his competitive journey in 2020 playing in smaller tournaments and consistently bringing home first place. According to Rocket League Manager, Brian “Otter” Thomas, “He was picked up due to the sheer mechanical prowess he was demonstrating in tryouts along with his mentality against the other teams / players. He’s overall a great fit with Taroco and Gyro, who tend to be more supportive style players for mechanical players.”
Aqua has shown promise since the beginning. We are incredibly excited to see what the future holds for the team in 2022.
The Rocket League Championship Series is an annual Rocket League Esports tournament series produced by Psyonix, the game’s developer.