Daniel Rocket League Settings [Esports Spotlight]

Today we are looking at Daniel, one of the best 1v1 Rocket League players in the world, and what settings he uses for his gameplay.
Daniel Rocket League Settings [Esports Spotlight]




Daniel Piecenski, better known by his Rocket League nickname Daniel, is an American born professional Rocket League player. Labeled as one of the up-and-coming young prodigies from North America, Daniel was born on December 5, 2006, only 16 days before another North American prodigy Aqua, and we're going to take a deep dive into Daniel's Rocket League settings and bio.

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Camera Settings

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 Daniel's camera settings. Interestingly, they are very similar to Aqua's. Perhaps there's something there.

Camera PresetCustom
Camera ShakeNo
FOV (Field of View)110
Height100
Angle- 4.0
Distance270
Stiffness
0.45
Swivel Speed
4.70
Transition Speed
1.20
Ball Camera
Toggle

Control Settings

Many players like to change up their controls and deadzone settings instead of sticking to the Rocket League's default ones, and Daniel is one of those players. You can find Daniel's control settings in the table below.

Deadzone Shape
Circle
Deadzone
0.05
Dodge Deadzone
0.70
Aerial Sensitivity

1.30
Steering Sensitivity
1.30
Controller Vibration
Disabled
Vibration Intensity
0.00
Keyboard Input Acceleration Time
0.00
Keyboard Aerial Safety
No
Mouse Sensitivity
10.00

Binds

Daniel prefers to use a controller when playing. Let's take a look at what binds he uses and if they are similar to that of his SSG teammate Arsenal.

Power Slide
R1
Air Roll
R1
Air Roll Left
L1
Air Roll Right
-
Boost

O

Jump
X
Ball Cam

Brake
L2
Throttle
R2

Who is Daniel in Rocket League Esports

Daniel is a currently active professional Rocket League player coming from the North America region. He was born in the United States, and began his professional Rocket League career in January of 2022. 

Throughout his career so far, Daniel's biggest official success was achieving 5th - 8th place in Gamers8 2022 show match event, netting SSG $95 000. 

Being born in 2006, Daniel is a very young Rocket League player, especially considering he has only been a professional player since January 2022, and has been deemed a prodigy by many big names in the Rocket League community. Most notably, he was a person SSG decided to replace Sypical with, and he's more than delivered on the expectations. He has also played on a make-shift squad popularly dubbed NA Prodigy, alongside Aqua and Evoh.

What Team is Daniel On Rocket League?

His first and only team has been SSG, with which he has achieved respectable success.

How Much does Daniel Make?

Daniel has made $80 000 in Rocket League in 2022 and at least $100 000 overall from Rocket League prize money only.



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