The Crown Championship, Clash Royale’s first-ever official global esports competition designed to find the best player in the world, concludes this weekend during the World Finals at London’s Copper Box Arena. The competition began earlier this year, with more than 27 million players competing for their share of the year’s $1 million prize pool. Only 16 players remain – two players each representing one of eight regions from around the world – and after a full day of competition this Sunday at former Olympic venue The Copper Box, only one will wear the Golden Crown and win the title of world’s best Clash Royale player.
Coltonw83, MusicMaster and CMcHugh will be representing the United States, joining loupanji (France) and Berin (Germany), representing Europe, Adrian Piedra (Mexico) and Sergioramos 🙂 (Mexico), representing Latin America, Geltube and X-Bow Master, representing Korea, Fuchi and Amaterasu representing Japan, Winds and quiet representing China, Tali (Vietnam) and YaoYao (Taiwan) representing Southeast Asia, and ElecTr1fy (Israel) representing The Rest of the World. Four hundred thousand dollars is up for grabs at the Crown Championship World Finals this Sunday, with $150,000 going to the first place winner. Popular streamer and Clash Royale player TheRumHam will be shoutcasting the event, with plenty of surprises in store for viewers and attendees. Popular Clash Royale personalities including ClashwithAsh, Bruno Clash, DidiGPX and others will also be making appearances, alongside many other familiar faces in the Clash Royale and gaming community.
For those of us who are not able to join the action live from London’s Copper Box Arena, you can watch The Clash Royale Crown Championship on YouTube and Twitch starting at 10am GMT (5am ET). For more information on the Crown Championship, visit the Clash Royale blog here.