Supercell Launches it’s Official Esports League, Clash Royale League

Clash Royale has it’s Esports league will happen this coming March 2018 courtesy of Supercell.

The Clash Royale League will consist of leagues worldwide such as North America, Europe, Asia, and Mainland China. Each of the Clash Royale League regions will host six to twelve teams, each comprising of four to six players. Southeast Asia (including Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao), along with South Korea and Japan are part of Clash Royale League in the Asia region. Including four teams from Southeast Asia countries, the Clash Royale League in Asia will have a total of 12 teams. League format will be round robin, with the top teams advancing to the playoffs. Top teams from each of the regions will advance to the World Finals hosted in Asia this winter.

Clash Royale League will provide a chance for every player to become a professional player. They are required to participate in an in-game event, the Clash Royale League Challenge, which starts on March 14th and also to meet requirements from the League and Teams. Going through a selection process, such as optional online tournaments and tryout day, professional players will be signing with teams. The Clash Royale League will offer each team subsidy for support.

More information regarding professional players, teams, and tournaments will be announced at a later date.