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Bangladesh to Witness First International Collaboration Tournament in Clash Royale E-sports

WarCities is organizing an International tournament together with Clash Royale official Community Bangladesh & Clash Royale Community Nepal. The Tournament title is “GamesTrade Presents Nepal-Bangladesh Regional Clash Royale Tournament”. The main purpose of this tournament is to build a bridge of collaboration between two countries. The tournament is definitely going to be very interesting. This is the first time as an organization WarCities and Clash Royale Official Community from Bangladesh doing such international collaboration along with Clash Royale Community Nepal.

Total prize pool of this tournament is 25 USD. Only the winning first team will get 25 USD so we can understand how exciting the tournament is going to be. There is no entry fee, it’s totally free tournament. When we are writing the news the registration is already closed.

The Bangladesh regional qualifier is going to start from today. The first round will be held on the 13th-14th September. The second round will be held on 16th-19th September. Nepal has started their regional qualifier from 9th September. Regional semifinals will be held between 4 teams on 20-21st September. The regional final will be held on 22 September. Bangladesh and Nepal will follow this formula at the same time to run the tournament.

In this way the best two teams from Bangladesh and Nepal will come up and they will participate in the final. The final date has not been fixed yet but the organizers have confirmed that the grand final will be held in the last week of September.

This tournament is sponsored by ‘GamesTrade’ and organized by Clash Royale Official Community Bangladesh and Clash Royale Community Nepal. Tournament is powered by ‘WarCities’ and ‘ESN24 Voice of E-sports’ is media partner of this tournament.

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