With the Clash Royale League (CRL) World Finals just right around the corner, professional players can’t help but express concern on what can only be described as...
With the Clash Royale League (CRL) World Finals just right around the corner, professional players can’t help but express concern on what can only be described as the lack of information regarding the event.
Team Liquid’s Frank “Surgical Goblin” Oskam, in particular, was one of the more vocal players to voice their disappointment.
The player took to Twitter to reveal how teams still don’t know much of the information regarding the event. This includes seeding, format, rules, and so on. Surgical Goblin also added that they are not aware of the prize pool as of yet. However, it is possible that the player was simply referring to how the prize pool would be distributed among its participants, as Supercell had already announced that the event would feature a $400,000 prize pool.
Surgical Goblin explained that “they”, possibly referring to at least him and his teammates, have asked Supercell for more details but to no avail.
The Clash Royale League World Finals 2019 is the second iteration of Clash Royale’s annual tournament. It will be played at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles on the 7th of December.
The CRL World Finals 2019 will feature a $400,000 prize pool and a total of six professional CRL teams from Asia, West, and China.