Wednesday 22 May 2019

Encouraging Mobile Gaming through the Red Bull M.E.O. by ESL

Gaming on one’s phone, or mobile gaming excluding mobile consoles, isn’t completely recognized by the local community as being on the same level as PC or console gaming – perhaps due to the lack of competitive options for ‘mobile gamers’ as they’re called. Red Bull M.E.O. by ESL is ready to convince the esports community that our phones are ready for eSports.  

Red Bull Mobile Esports Open featuring the mobile gaming phenomenon of Clash Royale is an official ESL tournament. Offering the chance to a total of 36 countries from across the world, qualifiers will distill nationwide talent into a select few who will battle it out at the grand finals in Germany – a representative from each country taking to the stage. Who will fly the Maltese flag in the World Finals?

Clash Royale is a strategic mobile game in which players engage in 1on1 face-offs. The title combines elements from tower defense and card games; quickly rocketing into the charts on mobile play store up to the point, where ESL is ready to take the next step. There’s still a month until the first qualifiers in Malta, so if you’re interested, you’ve got the time to acquaint yourself with the game which is accessible on any mobile play store.

In order to get involved in this inaugural season of international Clash Royale you have to be a registered player on the ESL Play platform, of at least 16 years of age and have valid travel documents. You’re only allowed to participate in one country’s qualifier – so if you’re Maltese, then it’s Malta’s that you’re interested in. The Maltese Online Qualification will take place on 9th November. 

Registering is easy. Simply visit After registration is complete you can join our discord channel in order to get the latest updates.

The event in Malta is being hosted by local eSports organisers

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