Electronic sports are in a crucial phase. They are going from being a known but minority entertainment to something massive. Now brands that until now had no relationship with this type of experience are creating content and events related to video game competitions, with eSports.
Clash Royale: Honor Cup is the first tournament of the manufacturer Honor
A few weeks ago we told you that Honor He had started a new Clash Royale tournament. This smartphone company found its target audience there and its terminals are not in vain focused on playing.
Now it is a much less expected company that organizes a new tournament. RTVE, Radio Televisión Española, the main public network in our country, has announced that it will create a new Clash Royale league and will broadcast it live through its new Playz content platform.
Clash Royale Championship, eSports on public TV
Until now we had watched private channels such as Movistar broadcast events but this time it is state-funded television that is committed to this form of entertainment.
Clash Royale Championship It will be the first accessible eSports league in Playz. In order to compete, players can register as of December 20 and the competition will begin on January 24.
There will be a weekly live program, which if not followed at the moment can be seen later. In addition there will be content with the best plays, interviews and reports of this popular game. Youtuber Aryx, from Team Queso, he will be the master of ceremonies on occasion and will help the participants with advice and comments.
Three phases and 5000 euros in prizes
The tournament is organized in three phases The first are the qualifiers that will be held on January 24 and 31 and February 7 and 14. From there 16 players will leave, four of each day, who will face each other in the regular phase.
This second phase will take place between February 28 and March 21. It will leave eight finalists who will participate in the face-to-face final.
It is in this third phase, the final, which will be held on April 14 and 15 in Madrid, where 5,000 euros will be distributed in prizes among the players.
Residents in Spain who are over 16 years old and who have enrolled in the ESL, which organizes the event, may participate.