Who are we?

Rocket Kingdom is a Rocket League community founded in March 2019 by a group of the UK’s most experienced RL event organisers.

Our goal is to help promote and broadcast existing UK Rocket League events, as well as make our own contribution to the scene in the form of RKNC – the UK and Ireland’s Premier Rocket League Championship.

We also have a presence in the wider European scene by organising tournaments such as the DRL x RK Weekly in addition to acting as a secondary broadcaster for a range of events such as the Rocket League Spring Series and EURC.

Rocket Kingdom boasts a team with experience working on nearly every UK event, from LANs to school leagues…

James Cinereous Coleman-Evans

Cinereous is a product of the UK’s thriving university scene. After graduating he was brought on as the newly formed NSE’s Rocket League Admin and has since become responsible for the entire European university scene as a co-founder of EURC. As Head of League Operations, Cinereous is responsible for designing and managing all of Rocket Kingdom’s major tournaments.

Alex Hock Clifford

Hock got his start as a player in NSE. After growing more and becoming more involved in the scene, he came on-board at Rocket Kingdom as the social media manager and oversees the development of all the Rocket Kingdom social media channels. If you’ve seen a tweet from RK, chances are it’s this man sending you the details.

Adam Craftman Stewart

Craftman is an experienced Rocket League caster having casted many events including many Insomnias & epicLANs. As well as LAN events Adam has made a name for himself across the intermediate level of RL competition as a reputable caster. Adam is the broadcast manager of Rocket Kingdom overseeing all talent & broadcast responsibilities.

Tom Sigmoyd Hurrell

Sigmoyd first joined the Rocket League scene in late 2016 as an editor at Liquipedia, but he is better known in the high school esports community for founding and managing AGSB Esports. Tom is the community manager for Rocket Kingdom, meaning he’s in charge of managing website content, liasing with other UK event organisers and keeping the mod team happy.

Daniel Meow Edwards

Meow started out as a player in NSE before joining the League Ops team at Rocket Kingdom, and then moving into the Technical Manager position. Daniel is responsible for finding and maintaining technical solutions for projects at Rocket Kingdom, like this website, and solutions to enhance Rocket Kingdom broadcasts.

Want to join Rocket Kingdom? Check out our Discord.