Fairy Peak Rocket League Settings [Esports Spotlight]

What settings does Fairy Peak use to give himself a competitive advantage and make himself as prolific as he is? Find out in this article.
Fairy Peak Rocket League Settings [Esports Spotlight]




Victor Locquet, better known by his Rocket League nickname Fairy Peak, is a French-born professional Rocket League player. One of the well known long-time veterans in professional Rocket League community, Fairy Peak was born on May 26, 1998, and we're going to take a deep dive into his Rocket League settings and bio.

Fairy Peak

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 Fairy Peak's camera settings, which are interestingly quite similar to his teammate and countryman Kaydop's. Perhaps there's something there.

Camera PresetCustom
Camera ShakeNo
FOV (Field of View)110
Height100
Angle
- 3.0
Distance
260
Stiffness
0.40
Swivel Speed
4.70
Transition Speed
1.40
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 Fairy Peak is one of those players. You can find Fairy Peak's control settings in the table below.

Deadzone Shape
Cross
Deadzone

0.05

Dodge Deadzone
0.60
Aerial Sensitivity

1.60
Steering Sensitivity
1.60
Controller Vibration
Disabled
Vibration Intensity
0.00
Keyboard Input Acceleration Time
0.00
Keyboard Aerial Safety
No
Mouse Sensitivity
10.00

Binds

Fairy Peak prefers to use a Sony Dualsense (blue) controller when playing, similar to some other players in the community such as Arsenal or GarrettG. Let's look at what binds Fairy Peak uses.

Power Slide
L1
Air Roll
L1
Air Roll Left
R2
Air Roll Right

N.A.

Boost

O

Jump
X
Ball Cam

Brake
L2
Throttle
R1

Interestingly, he is one of the very few pro players who actually uses R1 for throttle, where most of the others prefer to bind R2 to throttle.

Who Is Fairy Peak in Rocket League Esports

Fairy Peak is an active professional Rocket League player from the European region. He was born in France and began his Rocket League career in 2016.

He started his career in Supernova, a team that has since disbanded. After changing a few teams, Fairy Peak signed up for Team Vitality (called Renault Vitality at the time) in February, 2018. The roster was changing somewhat frequently, but Fairy Peak still remains a part of what was considered one of the greatest rosters of all time, alongside Scrub Killa and Kaydop, although Scrub Killa was eventually replaced by Alpha54 in 2020.

Eventually however, Fairy Peak was moved to a substitute position on Team Vitality in April, 2022, and eventually left the team in August the same year. Just a month later, Kaydop was also dropper from Team Vitality, and the two have since teamed up again on Team Solary, with Chausette45 being the 3rd man on the Solary roster. The team up as Solary was very recent, less than a month prior to this writing, so it's impossible to say how much success they will all have on their new team. 

Throughout his illustrious career so far, Fairy Peak has had myriads of major successes, though he reached his...erm, peak, during his time in Team Vitality. Even though he played for Team Vitality for "only" 4 years, he was instrumental in winning a huge number of tournaments, and the only way to do it justice is to simply list all the "S Tier" tournaments he managed to win 1st place in.

  • RLCS Season X - European Championship (June 2021)
  • RLCS Season 7 - Finals (June 2019)
  • RLCS Season 7 - Europe (May 2019)
  • RLCS Season 3 - Europe (May 2017)

Bear in mind that this list is comprised only of top tier tournament he won. There are many other successes he's had in top tier tournaments, such as achieving 2nd place in RLCS Season 8 - Finals in 2019, RLCS Season 8 - Finals in 2019, RLCS Season 5 - Europe in 2018, and RLCS Season 3 - Finals in 2017. He also managed to win 1st place many EU regionals, such as Gfinity United Kingdom Elite Series - Season 3 or RLCS Season X - Fall: EU Regional Event 3, though these technically don't count as "S Tier". Still, they required beating many other high level teams, such as EndPoint, Dignitas and Team Envy, among others.

While Fairy Peak has failed to achieve a significant success in a major tournament since the beginning of 2022, and has in fact failed to even qualify for most of those, he has remained a very consistent presence in Rocket League, and it would be extremely hard to find someone in the current Rocket League community who would not recognize the name Fairy Peak. 

Does Fairy Peak Still Play Rocket League?

Absolutely, yes. Fairy Peak has stated it's not the time for his retirement yet, and he's stated that he is poised to come back strong in season 2022/2023.

Is Fairy Peak Retired?

No, he is not. He is a player on the Solary roster.

How Much Has Fairy Peak Made in Rocket League?

You may refer to the table below to see Fairy Peak's official tournament earnings as a professional Rocket League player. Keep in mind that this is of course subject to change, and of course, it only takes into account his tournaments earnings, and not his earnings from partnerships, sponsorships, and videos.

Year
Earnings
2022
$ 7 500
2021
$ 100 917
2020
$ 80 636
2019
$ 150 565
2018
$ 28 968
2017
$ 31 895
2016
$ 522

To save you the trouble of doing math, his total official earnings from Rocket League tournaments tally to a bit over $400 000.

Fairy Peak's 1 v 1 Career

Although his 3 v 3 Rocket League career has been more than successful, Fairy Peak was also one of, if not the actual GOAT (Greatest of All Time) 1 v 1 player in Rocket League. As a testament to his 1 v 1 skills, he actually went a whole year undefeated in the 1 v 1 game mode on Johnny Boi's stream, beating out the likes of Ahmad, Scrub Killa, Kronovi, Alpha54 and many others. 

As a result of this, and many other 1 v 1 successes, he was labeled as the actual GOAT 1 v 1 player in Rocket League by Johnny Boi on his recent stream. This stream was in 2022, so well after Fairy Peak's prime, which means that Johnny Boi still believes that Fairy Peak's "peak" has not yet been topped by anyone even years later.

Will it ever be topped? It remains to be seen.



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