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Clash Royale Now Has Its Own Esports League, And You Could Be The Pro Player They Are Looking For

Introducing Clash Royale League


Supercell has announced that they too will join the esports ring with its latest mobile competitive strategy/card game Clash Royale. This is an official esports league that will begin this month, and will have regional leagues for North America, Europe, Asia and mainland China.

Southeast Asia (which includes Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau) are together with Korea and Japan to compete in the Asia region for Clash Royale League, with 4 of the 12 teams will be hailing from SEA. Like most leagues, it will be a round robin format, with top teams qualifying to the playoffs and top teams of each region will face in the World Finals.

Supercell has supported the competitive scene with various tournaments before this, including the Crow Championship (pictured above) last year which had a $1,000,000 USD  of prize money. The Clash Royale League is the first league format, which should offer more stability for players.

Each team can field four to six players, all contracted until December 31st 2018. Players should be at least 16 by April 1st and it is permissible for players to attend school or work as long as they can fulfill their obligations as a contracted player.

Top performing teams will get a pot bonus of $200,000 USD for Asia region. Not too shabby.

To kick things off, the Clash Royale League Challenge will kick of today until March 18 for a chance to get scouted for professional play. If you feel you have the talent (and deck) to compete with the big boys, now’s your time to shine.

The first season of Clash Royale League will begin in late April.