Watch 'Clash Royale' League World Finals: Livestreams & Teams

The Clash Royale League finals will be held in Tokyo and if you're curious about which team will become the first-ever world champion, Supercell will host a livestream. Teams will play in front of a live audience at Makuhari Messe convention center in Chiba, which holds upwards of 5,000 spectators. The event begins on Dec. 1 at 11 a.m. JST (9 p.m. EST). Tickets are sold out, so head over to the Clash Royale YouTube page on the day, where the event will be streamed in multiple languages. The prize pool is $1 million.

This is the first pro team world championship. The first Clash Royale Crown Championship world finals for amateurs took place last year in London. With the first pro team esports competition, Supercell looks to cater to its audience in the East, where the mobile gaming audience is growing.

"Japan was one of the top performing countries during this year's CRL 20-win Challenge and has cultivated a burgeoning esports scene with both passionate top-level players and casual players. Fans around the world – whether at the live event in Tokyo or watching along from anywhere on their phones – should expect an amazing celebration of the highest level of Clash Royale gameplay," said Chris Cho, Clash Royale League commissioner, in a statement when the world finals location was announced.

Clash Royale League had 44 teams competing across five regions. They played in weekly matches and only the top six teams advanced to the finals. Watch the finals preview in the trailer above. Here are the final six top contenders.

North America: Immortals (@ImmortalsCR)

Europe: Team Queso (@TeamQuessoGG)

Latin America: Vivo Keyd (@VivoKeyd)

China: Nova Esports (@NovaEsportsTeam)

Japan: PONOS Sports

Korea: King Zone Dragon X (@DragonxCr)

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