Sergioramos:) from Mexico is officially the world’s best Clash Royale player, taking home the Golden Crown, $150,000 and a spot in Clash Royale history at yesterday’s Crown Championship World Finals, which took place at London’s Copper Box Arena. In Clash Royale’s first-ever global esports competition, more than 27 million players from around the world entered the qualifying in-game challenge, making the Crown Championship the biggest mobile esports competition ever. Representing Nova Esports, Sergioramos:) defeated United States player and Team Sandstorm player MusicMaster to win the coveted Crown.
“When I first started playing Clash Royale, I was just doing it for fun, and I never could have imagined making it to this level,” said sergioramos:). “There were so many other amazing competitors at the World Finals, and it was an honor to have played with them this weekend.”
— Clash Royale (@ClashRoyale) December 3, 2017
The World Finals brought together the top 16 players from around the world, representing 8 different regions. They were Coltonw83, MusicMaster and CMcHugh from the United States, loupanji (France) and Berin (Germany) from Europe, Adrian Piedra (Mexico) and Sergioramos:) (Mexico) from Latin America, Geltube and X-Bow Master from Korea, Fuchi and Amaterasu from Japan, Winds and quiet from China, Tali (Vietnam) and YaoYao (Taiwan) from Southeast Asia, and ElecTr1fy from Israel, who represented the Rest of the World region.
Missed the live stream? You can catch the full competition on VOD now on YouTube.