Professional Players

RoyaleAPI Pro List

This project aims to create a database of all the competitive players from the Clash Royale community.

The main information fields every player has in their profile are:

  • Nickname
  • Player Tag
  • Region and Country

Additionally, players may have these optional information fields:

  • Social media (Twitter)
  • Content creation (YouTube and Twitch)
  • Liquipedia profile
  • Achievements ①
  • Team ②
  • Competitions ③

① At the moment, only individual achievements are considered in this field. Therefore, achievements earned as a team will not be shown.

The basic requirement is a Top4 finish in a competition that has at least 500$ (USD) of total prize pool. Depending on the importance of an event, other rules may apply.

② A player may only have a main team. If a player is part of the roster of several teams, it will be indicated in Competitions (see ③), but only the team in which his participation is the priority will be considered as his main team.

③ Team competitions with considerable importance will be tracked. Players will be shown as participants of that competition if they are included in an official team roster or if they play with a team in the competition.

In country-team based competitions, the countries participating will be considered as teams.

Extra information

Changing or adding information:

If you wish to be added to the list of professional players or want to update information, please fill out this form:

https://bit.ly/RoyaleAPIProEN

For complex issues that require personal assistance please contact Alpe123 on Twitter (@Alpe123_CR) or Discord (@alpe123#2295).

Professional tag in profile:

As the name implies, a professional in Clash Royale is someone for whom playing CR is a job. This generally means being paid and/or contracted by a team.

Usually, professionals take part in the main leagues and tournaments of the community and are well known among their peers.

As contracts are mainly confidential, considering someone a Professional is often subjective.

This means that we decide if someone is a pro by looking at the achievements and competitions each player takes part in. If you disagree with the pro/not-pro status of a certain player, please submit the form mentioned before and our team will reconsider it; extra information explaining why the status should be reconsidered is appreciated and very useful.