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Clash of Clans World Championship kicks off with $1 million prize pool

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We’ve partnered up with Finnish developer Supercell to host the Clash of Clans World Championship starting March 2019!

The Clash of Clans World Championship will feature six months full of action-packed competitions with a brand new 5v5 format based on the Clan War Leagues and $1 million in prize money on the line.

How to qualify

The Clash of Clans World Championship will kick off on Friday March 1, 2019 with the first of six pre-qualifier rounds, which will be open for everyone to participate directly in-game or via ESL Play. Only the top eight teams, four from the in-game pre-qualifier and four from ESL Play, will get a chance to participate in the monthly offline qualifier, taking place at a newly-built arena in Katowice, Poland.

Click here to sign up for the ESL Play qualifiers!

World Championship Final

Six out of eight slots for the World Championship Final will be filled with the best teams from each offline qualifier. On top of that, the remaining two slots will go to two lucky wildcard winners chosen by Supercell and the Clash of Clans community based on their performance during the whole competition.

The final will be held in front of a live audience at a soon-to-be confirmed ESL mega event in Germany.

Click here to visit the official event site and keep up to date with the Clash of Clans World Cup!

“We are excited to partner with Supercell to provide teams and fans from all over the world with an unprecedented experience culminating at one of our major events in Germany,” said Fabian Scheuermann, Vice President of Product & Publisher Relations, EMEA at ESL. “Using a new 5v5 format and featuring innovative mobile esports elements, this program develops a competitive space for the Clash of Clans community to prove their skills and ultimately crown a winning clan.”

“Our goal with the World Championship is to provide our audience with the ultimate arena to celebrate the best of the best in Clash of Clans,” said Eino Joas, Clash of Clans Game Lead at Supercell. “Partnering with ESL's esports experience, our most dedicated players will compete on a global stage to prove once and for all which Clan is the best in the world.”

Fans who would like to watch the qualifiers and are unable to attend the Clash of Clans World Championship Finals in Germany can still enjoy all the action across various streams.

Make sure to follow ESL Clash of Clans on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on the latest news about the Clash of Clans World Championship.

For more information on Clash of Clans check out the game’s official accounts on Twitter and Facebook.