Ending another incredible season, this Clash Royale League World Finals betting guide dives into esports betting sites, odds, teams and format. Learn more about this $900,000 events below!
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Clash Royale League World Finals Outright Odds
Typically for tournaments as exciting as the Clash Royale League World Finals, outright odds are offering by esports betting sites.
This betting market stacks the competition according to their likelihood to win the event.
At the time of writing, Clash Royal League World Finals outright odds are not available – stay tuned for an update.
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Clash Royale League World Finals 2023 Teams
With competitors earning their spot from all over the world, here’s a look at the competing players for this iteration of the Clash Royal League World Finals:
- Golden Ticket Winners – Mohamed Light, Pandora, Pedro, Mugi, Ardentoas, SamHero, Vitor75
- Circuit Points – Faust, Morten, Sosaa, Adriel, RUBEN, Wallace, airsurfer
- China Qualifier – Higher, not afRaid
All teams are looking to be on top of the esports odds.
|Series||CRL World Finals|
|Start Date||24th November 2023|
|End Date||26th November 2023|
|Number of Players||16|
CRL World Finals Format
All 16 players are starting in a double elimination bracket, with BO3 duels format. Here’s how the competitors have been drawn into the Upper Bracket Round 1 matches:
- Mohamed Light vs airsurfer
- Higher vs Faust
- Mugi vs Adriel
- Ardentoas vs Sosaa
- Pandora vs Wallace
- Vitor75 vs not afRaid
- Pedro vs RUBEN
- Samuel Bassotto vs Morten
Everything concludes with a Grand Finals with a Bracket Reset. For those unaware, Bracket Reset implies that the Loser Bracket champion must win two grand finals in a row to be crowned winners.
At the time of writing, the schedule for the bracket is yet to be made available. Once it is, we’ll share it here with an update for this esports betting preview.
Here’s a look at how the $900,000 prize pool is being split between the top placing competitors at the tournament:
Clash Royale League World Finals History
Ever since 2018, the Clash Royale League World Finals has grown extensively, with the following history:
|Clash Royale League World Finals Iteration||Winner||Runner-Up|
|2020||Team Queso||SK Gaming|
|2018||Nova Esports||Vivo Keyd|
Back in 2018, the tournament had 6 teams and a $400,000 prize pool. Since then, the prize pool and team number has skyrocketed thanks to the excitement and support behind the growing community.
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