China’s Nova Esports Wins First Clash Royale World Championship

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China’s Nova Esports defeated Latin America’s Vivo Keyd 3-1 to win the first-ever Clash Royale League World Finals, concluding the $1 million inaugural season for Supercell’s mobile sensation.

The CRL championship featured top teams, including Nova Esports, KINGZONE DragonX, PONOS Sports, Vivo Keyd, Team Queso and Immortals (representing North America). The event took place at Makuhari Messe, a convention center that hosts Japan’s largest gaming and entertainment events.

To reach the final match, Nova defeated South Korea’s KING-ZONE DragonX 2-1. There was no shortage of suspense as Nova surged from down 1-0 to take a 3-1 victory against Vivo Keyd to secure the championship.

Nova previously won the Spring and Fall Seasons in the Chinese Clash Royale League.

Watch: Grand Final on YouTube
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