alex161 Rocket League Settings [Esports Spotlight]

Check out alex161's Rocket League in-game settings!
alex161 Rocket League Settings [Esports Spotlight]




Alex Ernst, also known by his esports name "alex161" is a German-born Rocket League professional player. He was born on October 9, 1998 in Germany, and today we’re going to look at this pro’s Rocket League settings.

Alex161 Rocket League

Camera Settings

Every Rocket League player knows that the right camera settings can make all the difference in the world. Many people have tried to perfect and find the exact right settings to give them a competitive advantage. However, it is ultimately preference based and every player should find the right settings for him/her. Here, we are going to take a look at alex161's Rocket League camera settings.

Camera PresetCustom
Camera ShakeNo
FOV (Field of View)110
Height100
Angle- 5.0
Distance270
Stiffness0.40
Swivel Speed7.50
Transition Speed1.40
Ball CameraToggle

Control Settings

Some players just keep the default controls, but many players like to tweak their controls, especially their Deadzone Settings, so as to enjoy optimal gaming experience. These are alex161's control settings.

Deadzone ShapeCross
Deadzone0.05
Dodge Deadzone0.50
Aerial Sensitivity

1.50
Steering Sensitivity1.40
Controller VibrationDisabled
Vibration Intensity0.00
Keyboard Input Acceleration Time0.00
Keyboard Aerial SafetyNo
Mouse Sensitivity10.00

Binds

Even though alex161 is not an active player anymore, it can still be helpful to see what exact binds a pro has preferred using throughout his career.

Power SlideL1
Air RollL1
BoostO
JumpX
Ball Cam
BrakeL2
ThrottleR2

Who Is alex161 Rocket League Esports

Alex161 is a former Rocket League professional players. He went pro in 2016, and competed internationally for 5 years, ending in his retirement in 2021, similar to al0t.

In his professional career, Alex Ernst played on a variety of different teams and professional clubs. These names include Epsilon Esports, Aether, Placeholder, ExRay, Servette Geneva Esports and so on. Still, Alex is best know for being a player on Mousesports, as he played the most games and tournaments with this team.

Throughout his career as a professional Rocket League player, he has accrued around $23 000, and having been retired for more than a year and unlikely to come back, that amount doesn't appear like it's going to change.

Among his notable successes in tournaments, he achieved 2nd place in a major tournament twice in his career, once in an RLCS Season 5 - Europe championship in 2018, and once in a Gfinity United Kingdom Elite Series - Season 1 in 2017.

While Alex Ernst competed plenty of times in his career, and he definitely had some respectable successes and results in other tournaments, he has never managed to lift the 1st place trophy of any major tournaments, and his 2 runner-up spots in the aforementioned tournaments remain the height of his Rocket League professional career. 



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