IMG has announced a new partnership between Erve Europe and “Rocket League” developer Psyonix for a gaming-driven apparel collection.

License Global

February 2, 2021

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The new “Rocket League”-branded line is set to include t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, jackets, nightwear, socks, accessories and more, featuring designs by the game’s beloved cars and arcade-style football gameplay. 

“We are very happy to be working with Rocket League,” says Tom Fabes, gaming license manager, Erve Europe. "The game has been on our radar for a long time now. Reaction from retail has been very positive for the brand, and we are looking forward to delivering products to consumers very soon. ‘Rocket League’ is an awesome game with a broad fan base that deserves a broad distribution. And that’s exactly what we aim for!” 

A high-powered hybrid of arcade-style soccer and vehicular mayhem, easy-to-understand controls and fluid, physics-driven competition, “Rocket League” reached a record 1 million concurrent players one day after going free-to-play across consoles and PC in September 2020.  

The “Rocket League” developer has also announced a new collaboration with NFL Super Bowl LV for a new game mode, Gridiron, with a special fan pack.  

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