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18 Malaysian universities battle it out in digital tournament

AvantiKumar | Nov. 2, 2016
Clash Royale: The Crown Wars 2016 on-ground tournament, which is the first of its kind in Malaysia, saw 26 participants from 18 universities.

Clash Royale (gallery) 

Image (Clash Royale gallery)

 

Malaysia's first on-ground app based games tournament, called Clash Royale: The Crown Wars, saw 26 participants from 18 universities.

The tournament, which targeted university students, took place across 20 selected institutions from May this year, leading up to the grand finale today at Asia Pacific University in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.

The finalists had previously competed against students from their own university in the app-based game to clinch a spot in the finale.

"We are pleased to see our customers and fans of Clash Royale from across the country coming together and enjoying themselves at our Crown Wars tournament throughout these past few months," said Chan May Ling, who is head of Marketing Services for  Digi Telecommunications  (Digi), which organised the tournament cycle.

"We want to continue engaging Malaysian youth with fun activities and games," said Chan.  "We will be bringing more digital propositions in the near future targeted at our younger customers."

Digi Clash Royale finale

Photo - Participants of the Clash Royale: The Crown Wars 2016 grand finale walked away with Sennheiser headphones and Digi reload cards

 

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