Supercell has announced the details for Clash Royale’s Fall 2017 ‘Crown Championship’.
Clash Royale Crown Championship Overview
Phase 1 of the official global esports competition for Clash Royale will begin on August 16th with the “Crown Championship Challenge.” This in-game mini-tournament is a qualifier of sorts.
Players with accounts level 8 or higher are free to participate in the Crown Championship 20 Win Challenge. During this phase, which lasts until August 20th, your goal is to win 20 matches before you lose 3. If you successfully reach 20 wins, and are over 16 years old, you will receive an inbox message explaining the next steps for Phase 2 ‘Bracket Play’ — which takes place between August 23-28. Anyone can win in-game rewards for the Crown Championship Challenge, regardless of age, however.
In total, there will be five phases of the tournament. The phases will run through November 12th, culminating in the chance to compete for part of a global prize pool of over $1 million.
Clash Royale Crown Championship Dates and Times
The following details apply to the North America, Europe, and Latin America regions. Full details on the remaining global regions will be announced soon!
- The qualifying phases of Fall Season begins on August 16th with the Crown Championship 20 Win Challenge. Additional qualifying bracketed tournaments will take place after the 20 Win Challenge, from August 23rd through August 28th.
- On September 5th through 7th, twelve newly qualified players in each region will play in a regional Elimination Week that will include 4 returning players from Spring Season that have already proven their skill. Half of these 16 players will advance to the Top 10 phase, joined by the top 2 players from each region’s Spring Season. The Top 10 phase will last from September 12th to October 26th.
- The top six players from the Top 10 phase will compete in their region’s Fall Finals on the weekend of November 11th – 12th.
Clash Royale Crown Championship Prizes
- Each region’s Fall Champion will automatically claim the first spot to represent their region in the World Finals event this December, held live in London.
- For Fall Season, players are competing for part of a global prize pool of over $1,000,000 USD.
- A second World Finals spot exists for each region at the end of the Fall Season. Top-performing players in Fall Season will have a chance to compete for the final spot before World Finals.