- Season One: The first of many Rocket Leagues global competitions saw teams from Europe and North America battle it out for the top prize. In a grueling contest, iBS emerged victorious in season one.
- Season Two: The Europe -American contest continued. Flipside Gaming beat Mock-It in the finals, taking home Season 2's title.
- Season Three: the RLCS World Championship saw the inclusion of Oceania. Amid a couple of historical moments, Northern Gaming (NG) won the championship.
- Season Four: RLCS World Championships to the United States. After a monumental three games of breathtaking eSports action, Gale Force Esports won the fourth season.
- Season Five: the first season without a direct qualification to the RLCS. The Finals saw fans treated with rare moments of brilliant rocket league play. Ultimately, Team Dignitas won season 5 of the RLCS World Championships.
- Season Six: Season Six Championship battle saw Cloud 9 battle against Team Dignitas. Eventually, Cloud9 was the force to reckon with, dominating and eventually winning the finals.
Renault Vitality an NRG Esports won season seven and eight, respectively. Season 9, initially scheduled for February to April 2020, was postponed amid the COVID 19 Pandemic. Hopefully, 2022 will bring forth a new World Champion, as it has been a tradition in this competition.
EnVy’s Epic Comback 2018
EnVy's much-anticipated game against Tainted Minds was undoubtedly one that EnVy's considered a 'walkover.' However, Tainted Minds almost shuttered their expectations and quickly went up 2-1 in the next series, leading 3-0 in game four. In a somewhat surprising fashion, with two minutes on the clock, EnVy's dropped in a quick succession of scores to take a win and force a game five – which they won.
G2’s Loss to Evil Geniuses
G2 Esports is one of the most decorated Rocket League teams. Things took a rather unexpected twist in 2018 G2's match with the Evil Genius at the RLCS World Championships. With G2 considered a safe bet, Evil Geniuses pulled a series of performances, ultimately knocking out G2 in a thrilling contest. Being their first contest, Evil Geniuses underscored what Rocket League World Championships are all about – Surprises!
Gale Force Overtime Win
2017's grand finals somewhat felt anticlimactic for most Rocket League eSports fans. The finals welcomed two teams, Gale Force and Method. While Gale Force had already scrapped it out against Method in a seven-game series, the Finals undoubtedly lived to the hype. The game went down to the line, with six minutes of added time only for Gale Force's Alexandre "Kaydop" Courant's goal to hand them the victory.