Supercell reveals plans for Clash Royal League 2021
Clash Royale developer Supercell has revealed plans for Clash Royale League 2021. The announcement was made on Clash Royale Esports official Twitter handle which said that "Big things are coming for Clash Royale in 2021".
Clash Royale is a multiplayer, real-time strategy game developed and published by Supercell and was first released in March 2016 for iOS and Android devices. Supercell introduces the Clash Royale League (CRL) which is a team base event and the Crown Championship which sees one player as the winner. First Clash Royale League tournament was held in 2018 featuring teams from North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and China.
Battle to determine the best
This year though, Clash Royale League will not have teams but the focus will be shifted towards individual skill. CRL 2021 will be an open-for-all tournament with a global format featuring a massive prize pool of $1.6 million.
The tournament will feature eight-seasons with prize pool of $600,000 million from the total $1.6 million. It will consist of a royal rumble, monthly qualifiers, and a monthly final where the top 1000 players from the royal rumble will qualify for the monthly qualifiers and from there, the best will advance to the monthly finals. A global leaderboard will be set up to keep track of the points earned by different players.
The top 4 players from each season will advance to the CRL World Finals 2021. Therefore, the CRL World Finals 2021 will feature 32 players competing for a share of the remaining $1 million prize pool and the Golden Crown Trophy.
Supercell will reveal more information about CRL 2021 in the next week.