The Clash Royale League World Finals 2020 has concluded for this year, with the 2-day Livestream with Team Queso emerging as the winner of the competition. The Clash Royale Esports event was held at the Baoshan Sports Centre in Shanghai, China.
Team Queso and SK Gaming defeated PONOS and paiN Gaming respectively to advance to the finals. It was a repeat of the CRL West fall season finals where the same two teams faced off.
SK Gaming looked to seek revenge today while Team Queso hoped for a repeat of their last encounter. SK had a strong start to the finals, winning both the two-vs-two and King of the Hill sets.
Queso faced a formidable task from the third set onwards as they had to manage a reverse sweep by winning all three one-vs-one sets to have a chance to lift the trophy.
In the final set, the two heavyweights from the West, SK’s Morten and Team Queso’s Ruben faced off to decide the world champions. RUBEN won two back-to-back games to secure the set and the series for Team Queso.
The final standings and prize money distributed to each team stands as follows:
- First place (USD 100,000): Team Queso
- Second place (USD 70,000): SK Gaming
- Third place (USD 50,000): PONOS
- Fourth place (USD 40,000): paiN Gaming
- Fifth to eighth place (USD 30,000): FAV Gaming, Tribe Gaming, Nova Esports, and W.EDGM.