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Team Monster take the lead in Northern Arena Clash of Clans Championship

The Northern Arena Clash Championship is well underway. The tournament kicked off on May 2 and it is now in the throws of its sixth week. The eighteen Division 1 teams continue to face off, all working towards accumulating enough wins and points to secure the first place rank and prize.

Each of the Division 1 teams is to play each other at some point in the tournament as a part of the single round-robin structure. Before Week 6 wraps up, let’s take a look at the current standings as of Week 5, which find team Monster confidently in the lead.

  1. Monster (5-0)
  2. MCES (4-1)
  3. Tribe Gaming (3-2)
  4. Vatang (3-2)
  5. Alternate Attax (3-2)
  6. Queen Walkers (3-2)
  7. Penta (3-2)
  8. Elevate (3-2)
  9. Aphelion eSports (3-2)
  10. Badzinger (3-2)
  11. HT Family (2-3)
  12. Carnage Gaming (2-3)
  13. SpaceStation Gaming (2-3)
  14. KOG (2-3)
  15. Unicorns of Love (2-3)
  16. QSFN (1-4)
  17. Tompai Empire (1-4)
  18. S8ul (0-5)
Image credit: Northern Arena

It’s worth noting that for teams that are tied for the number of wins, statistics such as total point, accumulative Stars, and attack percentages are taken into account to determine their rank.

The Division 1 teams are each competing for the chance to take home the first-place prize out of the $10,000 CAD pool. First place will walk away with $5,000 CAD while the second-place team will be given $2,000 CAD. Third place will be awarded $1,500 CAD. Fourth and fifth place will subsequently receive $1,000 CAD and $500 CAD.

The Northern Arena Clash Championship runs until August 28. We’ll continue to provide incremental updates as the tournament unfolds. You can catch it on GINX Esports TV Canada, the Northern Arena Twitch channel, or by tuning into one of the official streams.

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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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