Fall is approaching, and that means the next Clash Royale Crown Championship Global Series tournament is happening soon! Here are the top three Clash Royale players who will be showing off their skills for fame and glory. If you want to get better at the mobile game, you may want to see them in action.
Victor “NemSensei” Ye is the first person to sweep Surgical Goblin 3-0 in the first best-of-5 match, in the finals, even though he lost in the deciding best-of-5 match next.T his was an amazing feat by itself, beating the top player and veteran causing a huge upset in the Clash Royale community. He came out of the bottom bracket to face up against Surgical Goblin too.
His ability to come up with off-meta and creative decks, while making them work in the highest level is what makes him so fun to watch and root for. He used the first Sparky deck in that was seen in the tournament in the Top 8 against Suaareez and won the match! Not many players can do what he did, especially when players are opting to stick to the safe and stable meta decks.
Supposedly the #2 seed in the finals, Donkey Kong was en route to facing Surgical Goblin in the finals, and he beat Nemsensei 2-0 along the way. However he lost to both Surgical Goblin and Nemsensei, which eliminated him from the finals.
Even so, he put himself up among the pros with his skills, winning 3 straight games in the Top 8 to move on to the Top 6 finals. He does not have any prior tournament experience, thus most of his losses were due to unfavourable match-ups. If he can work on that more, we might have a show on our hands!
The only player to first beat Surgical Goblin during Round Robin play. Sitting at #4 seed, he had the chance to cause another upset after winning against Royal, but unfortunately losing against Surgical Goblin in the final.
He made it so far due to his ability and control of a variety of decks, which demonstrates his level of understanding of the game and adaptability to any situations. He just needs to focus on a selective few to come out stronger in tighter match-ups.
Surely more players like him, with no tournament experience under their belts prior to CCGS, will appear and take the Fall Season by surprise.
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