Dan Bluett, better known by his Rocket League nickname Bluey, is an English-born professional Rocket League player. Dan was born on December 11, 2001, and we're going to take a deep dive into this professional player's Rocket League settings.
Every Rocket 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, every player should choose their preferences. So, here are Bluey's camera settings, which are interestingly very similar to Chicago's settings.
|FOV (Field of View)||110|
Many players like to change up their controls and deadzone settings instead of sticking to the Rocket League's default ones, and Bluey is one of those players. You can find Bluey's control settings in the table below.
|Keyboard Input Acceleration Time||0.00|
|Keyboard Aerial Safety||No|
Bluey's controller of preference is Sony Dualshock 4. In the table below, we are going to take a look at the binds he currently uses.
|Air Roll Left||◻|
|Air Roll Right||N.A.|
Who is Bluey in Rocket League Esports
Bluey is a professional Rocket League player coming from the European region. He was born in England and began his professional Rocket League career in April 2016. His first team was Gentlemen, although he never achieved any real international success with his first team.
At the time of this writing, Bluey is currently a player on the BS + Competition roster, alongside Elixit and Gomb.
Throughout his career so far, Bluey's most significant success was winning 2nd place in RLCS Season 7 - Europe in 2019 with his team at the time FC Barcelona, losing to Renault Vitality and netting his team a total of $33 000.
More recently, however, he has struggled to achieve any notable success and his last noteworthy appearance in a big tournament was in November of 2019 when he achieved 6th place in RLCS Season 8 - Europe.
Being born in 2001, Bluey started his Rocket League career at an extremely young age, and was even ineligible to officially compete in Rocket League tournaments up to and including Rocket League season 3 due to his age.
Once regarded as the most mechanical player in the Rocket League community, Bluey's been struggling to get back to his peak form and compete with the best, and this struggle continues today.