You can now return to your home screen and restart Rocket League. We recommend restarting your console before launching the game just to be sure. You should be able to accept the Rocket League license agreement without any problems afterwards. Before playing Rocket League, you must accept a licensing agreement. This license agreement is updated occasionally, which requires players to give their consent each time. If a player does not finish his game from time to time, he will probably come across an error preventing him from playing because he has not accepted the new license. If you give the game a few minutes on the title screen before pressing “L + R”, it has enough time to manually update its data in the background, allowing it to air out the new license agreement, which can then be accepted by you before starting your game. For some reason, some Nintendo Switch users were unable to resolve their issue with the license agreement, even after restarting the console itself. We recommend that you wait for a patch to resolve this issue, as one of the currently available fixes may cause you to lose your entire game date. If you want to play Rocket League as quickly as possible, follow these instructions to troubleshoot licensing issues with Rocket League on Nintendo Switch. We advise you to try the first guide and see if it will solve the problem for you, because you will not lose your “data” through the first method. All you need to do is save your save and then reinstall the game when it comes to the license agreement error.