Anyway, two teams of three go head to head in tight arenas. The rules are pretty straightforward; complete a lap of the circuit while possessing the ball, and then score a goal. You'll earn more points for completing more laps before you dunk the ball -- meanwhile, the opposition will be trying to wrestle it away from you.
You'll earn yourself a following for winning matches, with fans, sponsorships, and all kinds of customisation options. The game is free-to-play, too. In fact, there's a PC-only alpha demo you can play now through here. As far as a PlayStation 4 release is concerned, nothing has been announced yet, but we wouldn't be surprised to see it skate onto Sony's system in the future.
The full release of Roller Champions will roll out in 2020. What do you think of it? Roll into the comments below and let us know.