Clash Contender Series 2019

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[e][h]Clash Contender Series 2019
League Information
Series:
CCS CCS
Type:
Online
Prize pool:
$10,000 USD
Start Date:
2019-10-09
End Date:
2019-12-21
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Teams
Number of Teams:
12

The Clash Contender Series (CCS) is a semi-pro, team-based Clash Royale competition in the same format as CRL. The event features some of the best teams from Europe and the Americas, with players looking to prove themselves with hope of a future in the pros. These final teams are competing for a $10,000 prize-pool, half crowd-funded from the Clash Royale community and half matched by Supercell.

The Clash Contender Series (CCS) partnered with Super League Gaming for its Grand Finals. The Americas Champion, Europe Champion and the World Champion for 2019 are crowned in this event.

Information[edit]

Format[edit]

  • Qualifiers
    • Online Qualifiers - September 11, 12, 18 & 19, 2019
      • Qualifier tournaments were held in-game within the Americas division with 1000 player limit for each tournament.
      • Players must be 15 years or older to compete in the event
      • CCS is open to players in ALL regions! CCS Americas and CCS Europe are important for scheduling and match time purposes only.
      • Americas qualifiers will begin at 9pm EDT each day. Europe qualifiers will begin at 7pm CEST each day.
      • Each qualifier time will involve multiple in-game tournaments running simultaneously to allow more players to join. Players may join any of the multiple in-game tournaments for each qualifier time.
      • Players will earn points based on finishing position in each in-game tournament(if you finish 1st, you get 1 point!). Players' best three finishes across the division's four qualifiers will count toward the CCS Qualifier Leaderboard (for eg. if you finish 1st, 15th, 51st, and 26th, you will earn 42 points total!).
      • If you do not participate in a qualifier day, you will be given 1,000 points for that qualifier day.
      • The CCS Qualifier Leaderboard for each region will be ranked by number of points,ascending (lower points is better)
      • Top 64 players at the end of all the Americas division qualifiers became eligible for the CCS Online Combine of the respective division (of 6 organizations).
    • Mid Season Qualifiers - October 26 & November 2, 2019
      • At the end of 1st half of Group Stage, Midseason Qualifier tournaments were held coupling both divisions with 1000 player limit for each tournament.
      • Top 40 players at the end of the midseason qualifiers become eligible for the CCS Online Combine of both the divisions (of 12 organizations)
  • Online Combine
    • The players will demonstrate their skill in 1v1, 2v2, deck construction, and can send their resume in and talk directly with each of the CCS organizations in the respective divisions.
    • Each CCS org is required to pick up at least 4 players from this combine,
  • Group Stage - October 09 - December 05, 2019
    • Double Round Robin within Group
    • Top 3 teams of each group qualify for the finals.
    • Bottom 3 teams of each group are eliminated.
    • All matches are played in a Bo3.
  • Finals - December 20 - 21, 2019
    • Quarter Finals - December 20, 2019
      • The 2nd and 3rd place teams of the regular season face off within the 2 regional divisions.
      • All matches are played in a Bo5.
    • Grand Finals - December 21, 2019
      • The winner of the quarterfinal and the 1st place team of the regular season face off within the 2 regional divisions (Europe and Americas Final).
      • The winner of the Europe Final and the Americas Final face off in the Grand Final for a chance to be the CCS 2019 Champions.
      • All matches are played in a Bo5.
  • Rules
    • Tiebreaker rule
      • Tower with the lowest hitpoints loses the match.
    • Ban and No Ban
      • Each team can ban a single card in 2v2 set.
      • 1v1 and King of the Hill sets are played with no card bans.
    • Active Roster
      • Maximum 5 players in every match.
      • The same players cannot play in Set 1 and Set 3.
    • Tiebreaker
  1. Head to Head
  2. Set W/L
  3. Game W/L
  4. Total number of crowns gained
  • if everything above is ties, there will be a tiebreaker match.

Match Format[edit]

Best of Three
1st Set 2nd Set 3rd Set
2v2 3v3 KOTH 1v1
Best of Three Best of Five Best of Three
Best of Five
1st Set 2nd Set 3rd Set 4th Set 5th Set
2v2 1v1 1v1 1v1 3v3 KOTH
Best of Three Best of Three Best of Three Best of Three Best of Five

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Finals
The prize pool of $10,000 USD is awarded as follows:

Americas

Europe

Participants[edit]

Americas[edit]

Europe[edit]

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

CCS 2019 Americas
1. Team Liquid Academy7-315-11+4
2. Undead Gaming6-414-9+5
3. Cream Academy6-415-11+4
4. Vanguard Gaming5-512-120
5. Tribe Academy4-611-13-2
6. Chivas Esports2-86-17-11
Show AggregateShow Individual
0-2
Nov 07
2-1
Nov 13
0-2
Nov 14
0-2
Nov 21
0-2
Dec 04
0-4
0-2, 0-2
3-3
2-1, 1-2
1-4
0-2, 1-2
2-2
0-2, 2-0
0-4
0-2, 0-2
2-0
Oct 09
1-2
Nov 06
1-2
Nov 13
0-2
Dec 04
0-2
Nov 20
4-0
2-0, 2-0
3-2
1-2, 2-0
1-4
1-2, 0-2
1-4
0-2, 1-2
2-3
0-2, 2-1
2-1
Oct 17
0-2
Oct 10
2-0
Dec 05
2-1
Nov 07
0-2
Nov 21
3-3
2-1, 1-2
2-3
0-2, 2-1
4-1
2-0, 2-1
4-1
2-1, 2-0
2-3
0-2, 2-1
2-1
Oct 16
2-0
Oct 17
1-2
Oct 30
1-2
Nov 20
2-0
Nov 06
4-1
2-1, 2-0
4-1
2-0, 2-1
1-4
1-2, 0-2
3-3
1-2, 2-1
3-2
2-0, 1-2
0-2
Oct 23
2-1
Oct 31
0-2
Oct 09
1-2
Oct 24
0-2
Nov 14
2-2
0-2, 2-0
4-1
2-1, 2-0
1-4
0-2, 1-2
3-3
1-2, 2-1
2-2
0-2, 2-0
2-0
Oct 30
1-2
Oct 24
1-2
Oct 23
2-1
Oct 10
0-2
Oct 16
4-0
2-0, 2-0
3-2
1-2, 2-0
3-2
1-2, 2-0
2-3
2-1, 0-2
2-2
0-2, 2-0
CCS 2019 Europe
1. LA Gaming7-317-7+10
2. x6tence7-315-11+4
3. S2V Esports5-511-12-1
4. QLASH4-611-14-3
5. WHAM! Esports4-611-14-3
6. Outplayed3-78-15-7
Show AggregateShow Individual
2-0
Nov 06
1-2
Nov 20
0-2
Nov 14
2-1
Nov 21
1-2
Dec 05
2-2
2-0, 0-2
1-4
1-2, 0-2
1-4
0-2, 1-2
4-2
2-1, 2-1
3-2
1-2, 2-0
2-0
Oct 09
0-2
Dec 04
0-2
Nov 21
0-2
Nov 07
1-2
Nov 13
2-2
2-0, 0-2
2-3
0-2, 2-1
0-4
0-2, 0-2
2-2
0-2, 2-0
2-4
1-2, 1-2
2-0
Oct 24
1-2
Oct 31
0-2
Nov 07
2-0
Nov 13
0-2
Nov 14
4-1
2-0, 2-1
3-2
1-2, 2-0
2-3
0-2, 2-1
2-2
2-0, 0-2
0-4
0-2, 0-2
2-1
Oct 16
2-0
Oct 23
1-2
Oct 09
2-0
Dec 04
2-0
Nov 06
4-1
2-1, 2-0
4-0
2-0, 2-0
3-2
1-2, 2-0
3-2
2-0, 1-2
3-2
2-0, 1-2
1-2
Oct 23
0-2
Oct 10
2-0
Oct 17
2-1
Oct 30
2-1
Nov 20
2-4
1-2, 1-2
2-2
0-2, 2-0
2-2
2-0, 0-2
2-3
2-1, 0-2
3-3
2-1, 1-2
0-2
Oct 30
2-1
Oct 17
2-0
Oct 16
2-1
Oct 10
2-1
Oct 24
2-3
0-2, 2-1
4-2
2-1, 2-1
4-0
2-0, 2-0
2-3
2-1, 0-2
3-3
2-1, 1-2


 Click here for detailed results of the Group Stage matches

Finals[edit]

Quarter Finals
S2V Esports
1
December 20, 2019 - 15:00 EST
2-1
0-2
x6tence
3
Undead Gaming
3
December 20, 2019 - 16:00 EST
Cream Academy
0
Regional Finals
LA Gaming
0
December 21, 2019 - 14:00 EST
x6tence
3
Team Liquid Academy
3
December 21, 2019 - 13:00 EST
Bag United States
2-0
Bag United States
2-1
Undead Gaming
1
Grand Finals
x6tence
3
Team Liquid Academy
2


Additional Content[edit]

Qualifier Tournaments[edit]

Meet The Pro (Americas)[edit]

Meet The Pro (Europe)[edit]

References[edit]

Rosters (Americas)[edit]

Mid-Season Roster Changes (Americas)[edit]

Rosters (Europe)[edit]

Mid-Season Roster Changes (Europe)[edit]