Published On: Sat, Sep 1st, 2018

Indonesia Wins 1 Gold Medal in eSports Branch for Clash Royale Games

BritAma Arena, Jakarta – The new sports branch, which was first demonstrated at the 2018 Asian Games, eSports, has produced a gold medal for Indonesia thanks to the victory of eSports Ridel “BenZer Ridel” athlete Isaya Sumarandak in the Clash Royale game on Monday (27/8) yesterday.

The 16-year-old from North Sulawesi successfully overthrew Chinese top athletes and players from the Nova eSports team, Lciop with a score of 3-1. China only won a silver medal, while Vietnam won a bronze medal.

IeSPA (Indonesia eSports Association) through its official twitter account tweeted BenZer Ridel’s achievements by entering tickets to the Grand Final Clash Royale Esports Demonstration Event after beating Vietnam 3-2 in the upper bracket.

Clash Royale is a mixed genre game between card games, tower defense, and MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena). Supercell is touted as the game’s successor game called the Clash of Clans boom or more familiarly called the CoC. Clash Royale itself relies on strategy and the composition of the cards it has to win a blow.

The eSports sports match will take place until September 1 at BritAma Arena Kelapa Gading, Jakarta.

The first competition opened with Arena Of Valor (26/8), then Clash Royale (27/8) followed by League of Legends (August 27-29), Starcraft II (30/8), Hearthstone (31/8) and Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 (1/9).

Even though it is still a demo sport alias exhibition, eSport participation in multinational sports. The Asian Games will continue to make this sport skyrocket, both enthusiasts and those who have entered it. In the midst of the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China later, eSports has become an official sports branch where the medal supply from institutions in the eSports branch will be counted in the total revenue for the country.