In Rocket League, divisions are a way for players to compete at their own skill level. The game has a ranking system that assigns players to different divisions based on their skill level.
There are a total of 10 divisions in Rocket League, with Division 1 being the highest and Division 10 being the lowest. Players start in Division 10 and work their way up through the divisions by earning points through victories in online matches. The better a player performs in a match, the more points they will earn.
As players earn points and move up through the divisions, they will also earn rewards such as in-game items and bonuses. The divisions in Rocket League reset every season, which means that players will have to work their way back up through the divisions again in order to continue earning rewards and competing at their desired skill level.
In addition to the main ranking system, Rocket League also has a separate competitive play mode called “Rocket League Rival Series,” which is only available to players who have reached a certain skill level and meet other eligibility requirements. This mode features even more competitive play and higher stakes, with the top teams in the Rival Series competing for a chance to qualify for the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS).