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Rocket League Tips: The best YouTubers to learn from!

Written by Stakester
13 Oct, 2021

If you’re just starting out with Rocket League (or you want to really refine your skills), then it’s always a good idea to learn from those who are well into their RL journey. Your friends aren’t exactly going to measure up to Evan “M0nkey M00n” Rogez, so they might not be the best people to ask for advice on how to play the game. But you don’t want to have to do research, you want to get better at Rocket League!

So, we’ve put together a short list of top YouTubers who can help you along the road to Grand Champion.

Wayton Pilkin

In his bio, Wayton Pilkin says his goal is “to be the first place you look at when trying to learn something new in Rocket League”, so it’s only fair we put him at the top of our list! Wayton has a comprehensive video which details 61 “critical” tips for beginners, including everything from mechanics to training and even the best camera settings to use. Check him out below:

SpookLuke

Here is another great YouTuber who makes insightful tutorial videos as well as more general entertainment/challenge videos. On top of that, SpookLuke is also a Rocket League coach, so if you feel like splashing the cash, he can give you some 1 on 1 lessons!

Kronovi

Who could forget the creator of the O.G half flip tutorial? It seems like Kronovi stopped posting new content on YouTube, but that doesn’t mean that his original videos don’t still offer lots of value today! Head over to his channel and you’ll start improving in no time!

Helical

Helical is another content creator who covers Rocket League videos, tutorials and challenges. He has a great video which covers the top 3 tips for every rank in Rocket League – that makes him a content creator that you can grow alongside; as you move from beginner to intermediate, he’ll be able to provide you with all the skills you should learn next.

What next?

Once you’ve learned from these YouTubers’ Rocket League tips and tricks and feel confident that you’ve gone from ball chasing to ball control, you can start putting your newfound skills to use – you’ll be able to play on the Stakester app to win money and prizes! Come and check out the app today.

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