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Clash Royale

Supercell shares details about the 2023 Clash Royale League

It'll all start on February 6 and will run until the World Finals in November.

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Supercell, the developer behind Clash Royale, has shared a ton of details about the 2023 Clash Royale League (CRL). Stated in a blog post, we're told that the competitive scene will return on February 6, and that it will then host seven monthly qualifiers all the way until November, when the World Finals will be held somewhere between November 24-26.

As for how the monthly qualifiers will be structured, this will see 1000 players competing in the Path of Legends bracket until only eight players remain. These eight players will then compete in a two-group, double round robin bracket until two players remain, each of which will be selected and move to the Monthly Final where a final batch of competition will await with players looking to earn one of 16 slots in the World Finals.

Otherwise, Supercell also shared some information about prize pools and how each Monthly Final will see $43,000 split between the top eight players. The World Finals on the other hand, will see around $1 million on offer and being distributed among the 16 qualified players depending on final placement.

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