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Electrify Stuns The Crowd at CR Worlds 2017

The Clash Royale World Championships 2017 was a rollercoaster of emotions and a thrilling experience for everyone. Tribe’s very own Electrify managed to advance to the quarterfinals after a stellar display of skills against Team Liquid’s CMcHugh. CMcHugh is a 2x RPL World Champion, Top 2 CCGS NA Spring & Fall Season and had back to back #1 global finishes under his belt.

Electrify, with a series of intricate interactions, outplayed CMcHugh in a miner poison mirror matchup. Despite being the underdog, he played miner masterfully. Electrify rose to the occasion and knocked out the tournament favorite, Team Liquid’s CMcHugh with a  decisive 2-0 victory.

In game 1,  Electrify banned Rocket, while CMcHugh banned Hog Rider.

Game 1
– Banning Rocket allows the Elixir Collector to thrive as CMcHugh goes with a defensive-orientated Pump/Graveyard deck.
– Electrify, knowing Pump could be troublesome, brought a Giant/Miner beatdown deck.
– Consequently, he was at no deficit playing vs CMcHugh’s Pump/Graveyard deck.
– He constantly applied pressure to CmcHugh with the Giant and did not allow CMcHugh any counter push potential.
– CMcHugh really needed an elixir advantage or units leftover on defense to mount any offensive presence with his Graveyard win condition.
– Electrify always netted positive elixir trades, and he wiped out CMcHugh’s defense before it could be converted into offense, as a tank for the Graveyard.
– CMcHugh had no counter push potential, which is the main premise of his deck.
– 43 seconds in, Electrify utilizes Tornado to ‘electrify’ his own King Tower with CMcHugh’s Electro Wizard!
– This was the pivotal play that secured Electrify the win.

Being on stage in front of thousands of people, Electrify’s play was not impaired. With all the pressure mounting, this technical play was extraordinary. Activating the king tower allows him to have another reliable way of dealing with CMcHugh’s Graveyard, eliminating his primary source of damage.

Electrify did not allow CMcHugh any room for comfort. His first graveyard was only casted at 2:53 minutes left in overtime–a true testament to Electrify’s relentless aggression. Due to the king tower activation, CMcHugh could not break through and get skeleton damage.

In the final moments, CMcHugh had to resort to primarily poisoning Electrify out for his only reliable damage. Electrify was able to ignore the threat of Fraveyard, so he was allowed to utilize his poison on offense.

His Miner/Poison combination was able to out damage CMcHugh and Electrify emerged victorious! Electrify secured the first game in adominating fashion with his calculated pressure, impressive king tower activation, and immaculate deck selection.

Game 2
Electrify stays true to his predilections and runs another Tornado/Miner/Poison cycle deck.

– CMcHugh, when backed into a corner, will always play control-oriented deck archetypes. In preparation for any Miner control deck he falls back on, Electrify made sure to incorporate tornado into his deck.

– Electrify ran a Miner/Poison deck with the Poison and Fireball bait cards of Furnace and Flying Machine.

– With 30 seconds left, Electrify counter pushes with a surprise cannon cart to draw out the Knight from CMcHugh. CMcHugh was previously using the Knight/Ice Spirit combination to Electrify was up 500 tower damage and was able ride to out the last 20 seconds of the game to secure the final win.

Defeating the world-class CMcHugh, it is evident Electrify’s skill is on the rise and Tribe Gaming is so proud of what he has achieved in this intense competition. We look forward to Tribe Gaming’s future in competitive Clash Royale tournaments with many exciting events happening in 2018.

Electrify Advances to CCGS Worlds in London

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).

North America
Music Master

Latin America
Adrian Piedra
Sergio Ramos


Southeast Asia


South Korea (TBD)
Hwang Sinwoong
Han SeungPyo

Little Chen

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.

Orange Tribe at Royale Premier League VI

In this RPL Americas VI season, the team of Orange Tribe have advanced to the Top 16 and will play in the regular season on 12 November 2017, live on YouTube Gaming and Twitch. Orange Tribe was created as a competitive team to showcase the best players from our clan family including Orange Juice and Tribe Gaming.

Royale premier League is the leading competitive league in Clash Royale and every season, we see the best of the best players and teams go head to head to win in every region.

This RPL season, Orange Tribe faces off with tough opponents from Nova eSports, Hashtag Gaming, Sandstorm, Team Queso and so much more.

On 12 November 2017, show your support to your favourite Orange Tribe players such as Oxalate, Electrify, Gio, Gilgamesh, Jmonte, Tin2, Trigo and so much more! This is Orange Tribe’s first ever RPL season and we look forward to more competitive opportunities to come.

Here is the full list of players from Orange Tribe that will compete: