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Clash Royale League 2023: Schedule, Format, Prize Money and More

The season will conclude with the World Finals, which will take place on November 24th-26th and feature a prize pool of $900,000.

Published on - 31 Jan 2023 05:37 PM

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Game developer Supercell has announced that Clash Royale League will return in 2023, with changes to the format and a large total prize pool. The season will conclude with the World Finals, which will take place on November 24th-26th and feature a prize pool of $900,000. The tournament is set to start in February and will span across seven-month-long seasons.


Each month will have a new tournament which will allow eligible players to earn trophies to qualify for monthly qualifiers and finals. Each monthly season will have a prize pool of $57,000. 


The Path of Legends will see 1000 lock horns in a Monthly Qualifier until the top 8 players are left, who will move to the Monthly Finals. A total of seven (7) monthly competitions will be scheduled in-game, via the Tournament hub, throughout the year.


Here’s all you need to about the lash Royale League 2023:


When will the Path of Legends for the Clash Royale League 2023 start?

The Path of Legends will start on February 6 and the top eight players from each month will qualify for the Monthly Finals.


What is the format for the Monthly Finals of the Clash Royale League 2023?

Competitors will be placed in a Double Elimination bracket in Duels format.


What is the schedule for the Clash Royale League 2023 world finals?

The Clash Royale League 2023 world finals will be held on 24th-26th November. The Game developers haven’t confirmed the venue for the event. 


What is the format for the Clash Royale League 2023 world finals?

The World Finals will have a Double Elimination bracket which will be played in Duel mode over three days of competition. The event will consist of 16 players: seven Monthly Final Winners, the seven highest-ranked players on the Competitive Leaderboards, and two players qualified through the Chinese qualifiers


What is the prize pool for the Clash Royale League 2023 world finals?


Monthly Finals

1st place: $16,000


2nd place: $10,000


3rd place: $7,000


4th place: $4,000


5th-6th places: $2,000


7th-8th places: $1,000


9th – 16th places: $750


17th – 32nd places: $500


World finals:


1st place: $250,000


2nd place: $125,000


3rd place: $80,000


4th place: $65,000


5th-6th places: $50,000


7th-8th places: $40,000


9th-12th places: $30,000


13th-16th places: $20,000

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Clash Royale League 2023: Schedule, Format, Prize Money and More

The season will conclude with the World Finals, which will take place on November 24th-26th and feature a prize pool of $900,000.

Published on - 31 Jan 2023 05:37 PM

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Game developer Supercell has announced that Clash Royale League will return in 2023, with changes to the format and a large total prize pool. The season will conclude with the World Finals, which will take place on November 24th-26th and feature a prize pool of $900,000. The tournament is set to start in February and will span across seven-month-long seasons.


Each month will have a new tournament which will allow eligible players to earn trophies to qualify for monthly qualifiers and finals. Each monthly season will have a prize pool of $57,000. 


The Path of Legends will see 1000 lock horns in a Monthly Qualifier until the top 8 players are left, who will move to the Monthly Finals. A total of seven (7) monthly competitions will be scheduled in-game, via the Tournament hub, throughout the year.


Here’s all you need to about the lash Royale League 2023:


When will the Path of Legends for the Clash Royale League 2023 start?

The Path of Legends will start on February 6 and the top eight players from each month will qualify for the Monthly Finals.


What is the format for the Monthly Finals of the Clash Royale League 2023?

Competitors will be placed in a Double Elimination bracket in Duels format.


What is the schedule for the Clash Royale League 2023 world finals?

The Clash Royale League 2023 world finals will be held on 24th-26th November. The Game developers haven’t confirmed the venue for the event. 


What is the format for the Clash Royale League 2023 world finals?

The World Finals will have a Double Elimination bracket which will be played in Duel mode over three days of competition. The event will consist of 16 players: seven Monthly Final Winners, the seven highest-ranked players on the Competitive Leaderboards, and two players qualified through the Chinese qualifiers


What is the prize pool for the Clash Royale League 2023 world finals?


Monthly Finals

1st place: $16,000


2nd place: $10,000


3rd place: $7,000


4th place: $4,000


5th-6th places: $2,000


7th-8th places: $1,000


9th – 16th places: $750


17th – 32nd places: $500


World finals:


1st place: $250,000


2nd place: $125,000


3rd place: $80,000


4th place: $65,000


5th-6th places: $50,000


7th-8th places: $40,000


9th-12th places: $30,000


13th-16th places: $20,000

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