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The Clash Royale World Finals 2019 comes with a $400,000 prize pool

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Written by RetroGeek on 09 November 2019

The Clash Royale World Finals 2019 represents the conclusion of the annual Clash Royale League and comes with a whooping $400,000 prize pool.

Clash Royale World Finals 2019

Source: esports.clashroyale.com

One of the largest prizes in competitive esports in 2019 will not come from CSGO or League of Legends but from a mobile game. The Clash Royale World Finals 2019 represents the conclusion of the annual Clash Royale League and comes with a whooping $400,000 prize pool.

The Clash Royale World Finals 2019 will see the worlds’ best six teams compete for a share of the $400K on December 7 at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles. Google Play will be once more the main sponsor for the event.

With divisions in the West (North America, Latin America and Europe), Asia and China, the CRL represents the highest level of competition for Clash Royale players and Supercell’s official team-based esports league. 32 teams clashed throughout the year in the CRL, with some of the worlds’ biggest esports organizations such as Team Liquid, Team Queso and Team Solomid aiming for a spot in the grand final.

Clash Royale League teams are comprised of 4 to 6 players that compete in 1v1 or 2v2 matches throughout the entire year. As you can imagine, finding professional Clash Royale players is not the most easy of tasks, so the CRL developed a global scouting system called the 20 Win Challenge that made any player who completed the task, eligible to be recruited by a professional organisations.

The teams qualified for the Clash Royale World Finals 2019:

  1. SK Gaming
  2. Team Liquid
  3. Fav Gaming
  4. OGN Entus
  5. Nova Esports
  6. W.EDGM

Nova Esports is considered the favourite team to win the LA Finals, as returning champions and one the best Clash Royale teams in history. A tip worth considering if you’re planning to bet on the event matches.

Curious about how a CRL Final looks like? Check the CRL West Fall 2019  Finals!

The $400,00 prize pool offered for the CRL Finals in LA are becoming a common occurrence on mobile esports scene. The game’s publisher, Supercell, just held the $1M Clash of Clans World Championship at ESL One Hamburg at the end of last month, and will host the $250K Brawl Stars World Championship in Busan, South Korea, later this month on Nov. 15-17.

If you want to watch the Clash Royale World Finals 2019 live, tune in on December 7 at 12 PM PST on the CRL YouTube Channel. 

Tickets for the event already went on sale at $20.

Last Updated:
09/11/2019
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