It’s official! Tribe Gaming’s very own Electrify has advanced to the world stage. While he was initially placed second and was ineligible for qualification due to ROW’s single spot in the finals, he was qualified just hours after the ROW finals due to a decision made by Clash Royale.
Tribe Gaming firmly believes in fair play and we are pumped up to see Electrify representing his country and Tribe Gaming at the Crown Championship World Finals, which is set to be held at the Copper Box Arena in London on 3 December 2017.
Electrify will be facing off with tough opponents from all around the world from every region. Here is the full list of players that will be competing in the finals (excluding the invitational).
South Korea (TBD)
Rest of World
“It’s like a dream come true thank you very much.” @ElecTr1fy1
The invitational tournament will be played on 14 November 2017 to determine the last spot in the final 16 that will face off in the finals on 3 December 2017. The winner of CCGS World Finals will bring home US$150,000 and be officially crowned the world champion. You can catch the live streams on Clash Royale’s official YouTube channel.
Last week, we saw thousands gather at one of the most highly-anticipated Esports events in the entire world–ESWC 2017 PGW. The games took place in Paris and we saw the best of the best pro Clash Royale players taking the spotlight in a series of games that happened over two days.
Tribe Gaming’s Tin2, Electrify and Oxalate played their specific group stages and did their very best.
Tin2 Wins The La Poste Sportsmanship Trophy
The most exciting part about the event was when Tin was presented the one and only La Poste Sportsmanship Trophy for the incredible sportsmanship that he displayed throughout the games.
Due to wifi connection problems in the event, many of the players disconnected in the midst of their games. Tin was by far the most understanding and generous player at ESWC, giving rematches to every single player that disconnected against him.
“I gave rematches to all the people that disconnected against me so I ended up playing 7 games against Joao, 6-7 against rypper and 6 against naginata. It was a total of 7 rematches.” – Tin2
The La Poste Sportsmanship Trophy is awarded every year to the player that displays true sportsmanship in the games. The winner is chosen based on the values carried by both the ESWC and traditional sports: fair play, respect of the rules, the organizing team and the opponent.
We are so delighted that Tin won the award and reflected Tribe’s own values in his actions.
“Playing on stage was exciting, would’ve loved it if my phone didn’t freeze during the game. I think I played a lot better on stage than I did in the CR area too.” -Tin2
Electrify’s First Ever Live Event
Electrify is Tribe’s latest addition to the CR Pro Team and ESWC 2017 was his first ever live event. His performance during the games was amazing and he managed to reach the bracket finals. While he did not clinch a trophy, Electrify fared really well despite this being his first ever live event.
Electrify has never trained for live events so ESWC 2017 was his official initiation to live Esports events. To say the least, he was electrifying⚡!
“I’m in the finals of CCGS ROW and that’s the biggest thing I have going now. Clash Royale is my favourite game and I really enjoy playing it. I have been a pro player for awhile now and I’m so excited to be a part of Tribe Gaming.” – Electrify
CCGS ROW is arguably not as competitive as the NA & EU regions so Electrify is looking to improve heavily in this game.
Electrify’s dedication and commitment to the game is evident from his hard work and the thrilling experiences he gained at ESWC has really motivated him to work even harder to lead Tribe Gaming to success.
“I look forward to future games and live events with Tribe Gaming. I don’t know what the future holds but I am so pumped for what’s to come.” – Electrify
Tribe Gaming is electrified⚡ to announce that Electrify (or ElecTr1fy) has joined the Tribe Gaming CR Pro Team. He will not only compete alongside Oxalate, Tin2 and Jmonte but also to continue to produce Clash Royale content for his YouTube Channel. Tribes very own Head of Content Orange Juice will use all his quality OJ to bring Electrify´s content to the next level, make sure to check out his channel here.
This Israeli player is well-known for his ladder pushing strategy videos where he showcases his immense skills in climbing up to the top of the ranks. Electrify often creates his own unique decks that many enjoy and copy.
He is not only huge on YouTube, as of recent he has also been dominating the ROW CCGS and is looking to qualify for Clash Royale World Finals early December in the Copper Box Arena, London.
With his insane skills, fantastic YouTube content and huge online presence in the community, we look forward to working alongside him as we move forward.
Make sure to follow Electrify´s progress in the ongoing ESWC on the Paris Games Week 2017 here.
From 2 to 4 November 2017, players and teams go head to head to win the grand cash prize of €15,000 at the ESWC Paris Games Week 2017!
Oxalate and Tin2 are the Tribe’s representatives and have made it to the final 48. They will begin with a round robin stage with 8 groups of 6 players. If they emerge victorious, they will move on to the next stage on day 2.
The top 2 players of each group will be qualified in the winners bracket while the 3rd and 4th place will play in the lower bracket of the double elimination bracket. Players who rank 5th or 6th place will be eliminated.
Click here to check out the live bracket.
Oxalate was placed in group 4 where he will play against players such as Zhengquan from China and Italian player Pepe. Tin2 will go against the likes of pro players such as Hurma from Russia and TobiSpiritHawk from Germany.
All the best to the Tribe at ESWC PGW 2017! *Update – Oxalate placed 2nd in #4 Group and will be going into the winners bracket on saturday