Supercell’s Clash Royale League West will return for its third season beginning on May 23. The league features 10 teams from North America, Latin America, and Europe, eight of which are returning from the 2019 season. The league year will be split into two seasons, with the first taking place online due to the current […]

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Paytm First Games, a real-money gaming platform, has announced its entry into Indian esports in partnership with Supercell. The company is a joint venture between Alibaba Group’s AG Holdings and One97 Communications. The platform claims to have added 75K new users daily in March. Indian real-money gaming platform Paytm First Games has partnered with […]

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512 players will compete to win a prize pool of Rs. 4 lakhs. The post Paytm First Games teams up with SuperCell to launch Clash Royale in India appeared first on TalkEsport. Read More

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The world of e-sports has risen drastically in popularity in the last decade with the rise of Youtube gamers and other influencers on platforms such as Stream and Twitch. Whether it is the development of a mobile game, playing through League Of Legends or challenging other teams to a FIFA tournament, these have all become […]

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With the coronavirus outbreak death toll reaching epic heights around the world, DragonX general manager Choi Sang-In, as well as mid-laner Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon, have decided to step up the plate. Both of them donated over 10 million won to the Community Chest of Korea. This is a nonprofit organization that helps the […]

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Mobile developer Supercell has released details on its 2020 Brawl Stars esports plan, including over $1M USD in prize money. The season will consist of an open global competition with monthly finals held in ESL’s Poland studio. ESL will produce and organize both the online events and monthly finals.  As with Supercell’s Clash Royale League, […]

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In a world of brand sponsorship, by-the-numbers investments, and lonely gamers looking for love, it was only a matter of time before Tinder swiped right on their esports crush. paiN Gaming, a notable Brazilian esports organization, announced this week that it has begun a developing “sponsorship agreement” with go-to late night dating app, Tinder. What […]

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Brazilian esports organization paiN Gaming announced that it has entered into a sponsorship agreement with the dating application Tinder. The partnership with Tinder will cover the organization’s Dota 2, Free Fire, Clash Royale, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squads. Tinder was launched in 2012 and allows users to swipe their screens left or right in order […]

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2020 marks another fresh year for esports and among the many predictions from many sources, few have ignored the rise and growth of mobile esports. In 2019, titles such as Garena Free Fire, PUBG MOBILE, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Arena of Valor, and Clash Royale were some of the top names in the mobile esport […]

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In China and Southeast Asia, mobile esports have stood right alongside their PC and console brethren for years. While the West has yet to catch up in this area, 2019 was a significant step forward as games like Clash Royale and PUBG MOBILE helped bring new organizations, viewers, and sponsors into the mobile ecosystem.  Early […]

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