Rocket League streamer goes viral after teaching dog to score

A Twitch streamer may have set their dog on the road to stardom thanks to a viral clip of Rocket League in which it scores a goal by wearing headphones and all.

It’s only February, but we may have seen the healthiest Twitch gaming clip of 2022. Video courtesy of a chell streamer allowed his dog to take over her Missile Federation establish and demonstrate their abilities.

The adorable dog seems to have maneuvered the vehicle quite easily, leading to the goal being scored.

Rocket League players score the goal

The art of scoring is not lost at Apollo.

The world of Rocket League continues to be one of the top eSports leagues in the world with plenty of professionals battling it out to be the best players on the planet.

Outside of the seriously competitive scene, there are more than enough streamers to show off their skills for Twitch and YouTube to see. Chell is one of them and she loves to play different games for her audience, one of them is Psyonix’s game Missile Federation.

During a stream on February 7, chell was asked by one of her viewers to allow her precious god dog Apollo to take control of the game. Chell obliged and put Apollo on her gaming chair. She put a headset on him and Apollo even took control of the gamepad in his mouth.

Then, in the practice field to see how Apollo can fly, watch as the dog takes control of the ball and proceed to talk it into walking into goal.

“Apollo you’re insane, you’re so insane!” she squealed before rewarding the dog with hugs and pets.

Now, there can be a sign of some support from chell, though nothing is conclusive here and we don’t want to plant the wrong tree.

So for now, we will continue to assume that Apollo has all the potential in the world to use the game. the best cars and went on to become Rocket League’s first doge world champion. Rocket League streamer goes viral after teaching dog to score

Emma Bowman

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