Rocket League esport veterans are familiar with Europe Flipsid3 Tactics squad as they won RLCS Season 2 in 2016. They have been relatively quiet as of late, and they were looking to spark their name back up in Rocket League with a roster change. Before WSOE 4, it was announced that Flipsid3 traded Yukeo to Dignitas, and received Jack peed?Packwood-Clarke on loan from Red Reserve.

Flipsid3 Tactics wasn invited to the event as they qualified through WSOE open qualification. Regardless of placing first and dominating the open qualification team pool, the tournament was highlighted by Dignitas?trade of Kaydop to Vitality while receiving ex-Flipsid Yukeo. With Yukeo departure, this left Flipsid3 with a small window to find a player for WSOE 4. Flipsid3 decided to pick up a player from Red Reserve Rival Series quad, Speed.

Rocket League Items fans around the community wrote off Flipsid3 Tactics and leaned towards the crowd favorite Cloud9 or Dignitas teams. Most of those fans were left in disbelief at the end of WSOE 4.

The first day of WSOE 3 showed that Flipsid3 Tactics was looking to be back on top in Rocket League with impressive 3-0 sweeps over Oceania Chiefs and Dignitas. Flipsid3 did lose to Cloud9, however, but the European squad was determined to not lose their momentum.