Clash Royale League Asia Season 2

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[e][h]Clash Royale League Asia Season 2
League Information
Organizer:
Location:
South Korea Seoul
Venue:
OGN e-STADIUM
Format:
Group Stage:
Round Robin
Wild Card:
Round Robin
Playoffs:
Single Elimination
Start Date:
2018-08-24
End Date:
2018-11-11
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Teams
Number of Teams:
12
Chronology

The arena where 12 teams representing Japan, Korea, and other Asian countries and regions (excluding Mainland China) will battle to be the best in Asia. The top performing teams will advance to the World Finals in the winter of 2018!

Format[edit]

  • Match
    • Best of 3
    • SET 1 - 2vs2 Bo3
    • SET 2 - 1vs1 Bo3
    • SET 3 - King of The Hill (3vs3 All Kill) Bo5
    • Best of 5
    • SET 1 - 2vs2 Bo3
    • SET 2 - 1vs1 Bo3
    • SET 3 - 1vs1 Bo3
    • SET 4 - 1vs1 Bo3
    • SET 5 - King of The Hill (3vs3 All Kill) Bo5
      • A single player may not play in two consecutive 1vs1 sets. Only twice in between set 1-4
  • Regular Season - August 24th - October 28th, 2018
    • Regional Division
      • Double Round-Robin
      • Week 1-2 and Week 9-10
    • Conference Division (Home&Away)
      • Single Round-Robin
      • Week 3-8
    • The first place teams from each division advance to the playoffs
    • The second place teams from each division will compete in Wildcard
  • Wildcard - November 04th, 2018
    • 2nd place from each region
    • Round-Robin Bo3
  • Playoffs - November 11th, 2018
    • Semi Finals
      • 1st place from each region and 1st place wild card
      • Randomly selected groups for the semifinals Bo3
    • Finals
      • Semifinals Winners
      • Best of 5

Broadcast Talent[edit]

English Broadcast[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Participants[edit]

GameWith
1Japan Amatersu 
2Japan KK 
3Japan Shun 
4Japan Yuihiiro 
5Japan Zeros 
Sandbox
1South Korea Beaver 
2South Korea Edo 
3South Korea Khani 
4South Korea Sado 
5South Korea Sinchu 
6South Korea Thunder 

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Japan[edit]

Standings
1. PONOS Sports 11-3
2. FAV Gaming 9-5
3. GameWith 7-7
4. DetonatioN Gaming 5-9

Korea[edit]

Standings
1. KING-ZONE DragonX 7-7
2. Sandbox 5-9
3. OP Gaming 4-10
4. OGN Entus 4-10

South East Asia[edit]

Standings
1. Bren Esports 10-4
2. Chaos Theory 9-5
3. ahq e-Sports Club 8-6
4. KIX Team 5-9
Color key
Playoffs
Wild Card
Eliminated


Standings
1 PONOS Sports11-324-11+13
2 Bren Esports10-422-13+9
3 FAV Gaming9-520-14+6
4 Chaos Theory9-519-16+3
5 ahq e-Sports Club8-618-13+5
6 GameWith7-719-190
7 KING-ZONE DragonX7-716-17-1
8 Sandbox5-915-19-4
9 KIX Team5-914-19-5
10 DetonatioN Gaming5-916-21-5
11 OGN Entus4-1013-23-10
12 OP Gaming4-1011-22-11


 Click here for detailed results of the Group Stage matches

Wild Card[edit]

Standings
1. Sandbox 2-0
2. Chaos Theory 1-1
3. FAV Gaming 0-2

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals
Sandbox
0
November 11, 2018 - 16:00 JST
KING-ZONE DragonX
2
PONOS Sports
0
November 11, 2018 - 17:00 JST
Raiki Jones used the Tornado in the second game.
Bren Esports
2
Grand Final
KING-ZONE DragonX
3
November 11, 2018 - 18:00 JST
Bren Esports
1