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MCES wins Northern Arena Clash Championship inaugural season

After 17 weeks, the Northern Arena Clash Championship has concluded. 18 teams fought tooth and nail to claim victory, and MCES has officially come out on top, winning the first ever Northern Arena Clash Championship.

This past weekend, the Northern Arena Clash Championship held its final Clash of Clans games in Division 1, closing out the tournament. Teams Queen Walkers and HT Family played their final game. Queen Walkers required a victory in order to climb to first place and overtake MCES, who at the time, sat in the top-ranked position. Unfortunately for Queen Walkers, HT Family narrowly took the win, snuffing out the possibility of Queen Walkers ranking higher than MCES.

As the dust settled, finals scores were calculated to produce a winner. The Northern Arena Clash Championship winner was determined by number of wins; additionally, total points, accumulative Stars, and attack percentages were taken into consideration when deemed appropriate. MCES came out ahead of the pack and were declared champions. 

The five player team consisting of TryHardvw, Eryam, KingsMan, Remy_O, and Synthe got to walk away with the title as well as their share of the prize pool. In total, MCES was awarded $5,000 CAD. Queen Walkers were then awarded the second-place prize of $2,000 CAD. BADZINGER came in third, with Monster closing out in fourth.

The Northern Arena Clash Championship first kicked off on May 2. It was the first Clash of Clans tournament held by Northern Arena. Northern Arena has confirmed that the tournament will return in the future with a new season. 

To keep up with future events held by Northern Arena, follow the account on Twitter. If you missed the Northern Arena Clash Championship Division 1 final, you can watch the VOD on Twitch.

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Steve Vegvari

Steve is based in Toronto, Ontario. His adoration for everything gaming began very early on in the SNES-era. He’s gone on to write honest content around the web. While not writing about games, Steve is often looking for the next big narrative-driven title. Something with an impactful story, regardless of genre or platform. Bonus points if it has an appealing achievement/trophy list!
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