Gameplay By Clash Royal 2016-07-08 14:48:59
- Tournaments are a feature in Clash Royale that allows players to compete against each other in a short-term competition for Goldand .
- Once you have reached XP level 8, you’ll be able to create or join tournaments.
- Ranking higher in the tournament results in better rewards.
Starting and Participating
- are required to create a tournament.
- The larger the size of the tournament, the higher the Gem cost. A larger tournament size will allow for more players to join the tournament and will provide larger rewards.
- The creator himself pays the . Participants don’t pay to enter the tournament.
- There are lengths ranging from 1 hour to 3 days for a tournament, and a preparation time that is either 15 minutes or 2 hours long.
- There are three options for making a tournament, a host may set:
- Open – Where anyone can participate in the tournament
- Password Protected – Where players must enter a password to join the tournament
- Closed – Where no one can join the tournament
- Players will join a pool. In that pool, only players participating in the tournament can battle each other.
- Participants can battle others in the tournament at any time by pressing the Battle button in the Tournament interface.
- Tournament battles have the same mechanics as regular battles except that there are caps on the levels of and Crown Towers (discussed below).
- In Tournaments, there is a separate trophy system from the player’s . If you lose a battle in the tournament, you won’t lose your real , but you will lose tournament . The number of tournament a participant has determines his or her rank in the tournament. Tournament are reset for every Tournament you join.
Tournament Standard Caps
- Tournaments will use , just like in friendly battles.
- This means that a player whose King level and/or card levels are higher than the caps will have his or her levels reduced to the cap. If the King level or card levels are lower than the cap, they will be unaffected.
- King Level is capped at level 9. Because of this, each player’s King and will be level 9 at most.
- Common are capped at level 9.
- Rare are capped at level 7.
- Epic are capped at level 4.
- Legendary are capped at level 1.
- In addition, the length of overtime will be 3 minutes instead of 1, as in Friendly Battles.
- Tournament are won through ranking in a Tournament.
- At the end of the Tournament, the top 3 participants will be given with a fixed number of which depends on the size of the tournament that was created by the host.
- The second prize will contain two-thirds the number of that are in the top prize, whereas the third prize will contain half the number of that are in the top prize.
- For any fixed rank (first, second or third), the amount of is proportional to the gem cost of the tournament.
- For the larger sizes, the players who rank in the top 50% will also receive a prize. For the lower sizes, less players (40% for sizes 1, 2 and 4; 45% for size 3) will receive a prize.
- The amount of in this chest depends on that player’s final rank in the tournament.
- Once a Tournament Chest is won, it has to be opened before the player can participate in another tournament. They can take up to 14 days to open, but smaller will take less time to open. Like other types of , the opening can be sped up withGems.
- The best tournament contain guaranteed Legendaries!
- In addition to , Tournament will also contain . The amount of in the chest can be anywhere between 5-7 times the number of in the chest.
- The contents of in a Tournament Chest follow similar rules to a Magical Chest or Super Magical Chest, where every 5th card is a Rare and every 30th card is an Epic.
- The biggest prize a player can get in a tournament is a chest with 15,000 .
- You will get for winning battles in tournaments.
- If there are no matches in the tournament, the creator will get a Gem refund.
- Tournaments were added to the game on the 4/7/16 update.
|Size Number||Card Prizes||Max Players||Creation Cost|
|Top Prize||Second Prize||Third Prize|
|Final Ranking||Tournament Size|
|100 Players||150 Players||200 Players||250 Players||300 Players||500 Players||600 Players||800 Players||1000 Players|