This year’s 2017 edition of the BAFTA (Britain’s most prestigious and prestigious awards show), Clash Royale has won the only eSports prize awarded within the category of video games. In this year’s edition at the UK’s most important awards Clash Royale has made a name. The Supercell game won the only prize to be awarded within the category. This award has surprised the community, as the Supercell title was nominated alongside League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive and Overwatch.
The prize was awarded to the video game most voted by the public. The award was given to the most voted eSports game by the public, which is even more surprising given that League of Legends, being the most popular in the world with millions of fans. No official figures have been published for how much votes Clash Royale got or how the accumulation of votes took place.
For this reason many were surprised as League of Legends has one of the largest fan base in the world. No official figures have been published on the vote count which is again a little disturbing. It is believed that there may be some conflict of interest within the top management of the awards, as the newly appointed vice president of the same, David Gardner, is an investor in Supercell, developer of the winning game.
However, Clash Royal has been growing exponentially something that benefits everyone. In addition Supercell has managed to get 2,000,000 dollars profits daily. The latter speaks very well of the game that seeks to expand throughout the country.
Well, it may be a bit surprising to the fans of League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive and Overwatch, but Supercell’s Clash Royale has taken this year’s award.