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Rocket League UAEImportant for Rocket League players: The ME servers only support these following countries/ISPs with good pings only: Saudi Arabia: Saudi Telecom Company, and Zain(I think) Kuwait: Qualitynet, Zain, Viva, Wimd and Fasttelco Bahrain: Menatelecom, Zain and Viva UAE: du (only) Any countries and/or ISPs not mentioned here are not supported, and will have bad experience.
Rocket League Banned in UAE
I have noticed a lot of people from the UAE reporting problems with connectivity. I havent been able to play the game for about 2-3 months now because the server is in butt-???? nowhere which makes us get 150+ ping and more recently I cant even get into a game because it doesnt ever connect me to the RL servers in general or when I find a game it is so laggy that it is unplayable and the connection drops with in 10 seconds. OR there is this other bug which puts the player as spectator when joining a ranked match.
Honestly…. After 3 months of this happening and people reporting and Psyonix doing nothing I angry and disappointed with you guys! STOP PUTTING OUT DLCS WHILST THE GAME DOES NOT WORK!!!!!!Official respond from Etisalat support:
Hi, it is blocked since it is providing unlicensed (VoIP) which prohibited contents as per UAE Regulatory Framework. Mohammed