Maëllo Ernst, better known by his Rocket League nickname Aztral, is a Belgian-born professional Rocket League player. Labeled as one of the most mechanical professional players to grace the field, Aztral was born on December 26, 2002, and we're going to take a deep dive into this professional player's Rocket League settings and bio.
Every Rocket League player knows how important camera settings in this soccer game are. People have always tried to find the perfect camera settings to use, but ultimately, it's up to every player to choose their preferences. So, here are Aztral's camera settings. Interestingly, they are very similar to Daniel, another mechanical prodigy. Perhaps that's the key to being a mechanical beast.
|FOV (Field of View)||109|
Many players like to change up their controls and deadzone settings instead of sticking to the Rocket League's default ones, and Aztral is one of those players. You can find Aztral's control settings in the table below.
|Keyboard Input Acceleration Time||0.00|
|Keyboard Aerial Safety||No|
Aztral prefers to use a Thrustmaster eSwap Pro Controller when playing. Let's take a look at what binds he uses.
|Air Roll Left||L1|
|Air Roll Right||R1|
Who is Aztral in Rocket League Esports
Aztral is a currently active professional Rocket League player coming from the European region. He was born in Belgium, and began his professional Rocket League career in February of 2018.
Throughout his career so far, Aztral's biggest official success was winning 1st place in RLCS Season 9 - Europe in 2020, netting his team at the time Dignitas $96 000. More recently, another notable success was achieving 5th - 8th place in RLCS 2021-22 - World Championship in 2022 with Karmine Corp team alongside Itachi and Noly.
Being born in 2006, Aztral is on the younger side of professional Rocket League players, and he's deemed as one of the most mechanical players of all time. A testament to that fact is the "Aztral pinch", a move that Aztral invented, consisting of pinching the ball from the opponent's corner into their net.
What Team is Aztral On Rocket League?
In an interesting turn of events, Aztral signed up for Moist Esports in September of 2022 but has yet to play any notable tournaments with this team.
Is Aztral Toxic?
Aztral has indeed developed a reputation for being toxic and tilting easily.