Post thumbnail

Last weekend, Team Queso managed to qualify for the World Finals, which will be held in China, after defeating Cream Betis in the CRL playoffs

The dream comes true once again. For the second time, Team Queso will participate in the Clash Royale World Finals and will try to become world champion. Last weekend the CRL playoffs were held, and with the victory against Cream Betis, Team Queso secured its place in China.

Cuchii Cuu and Beniju started with a victory in the 2v2, and Rubén was the one who finished the match. JP had a match ball but was unable to seal the deal. In the end, with a favourable 3-1 score, Team Queso secured the passage to the semi-finals of the CRL and secured a place in the World Finals.

The World Finals will be held live in China, or at least that is the plan, but the difficulties and issues arising due to the global pandemic will probably prevent most teams from travelling, so some teams will compete on-site and others, as is probably the case with Team Queso, will do so on-line. 

After achieving our main goal, the semi-final of the CRL West against Tribe Gaming took place on Sunday, and our players emerged victorious once again. Cuchii and Beni won their 2v2 game, Rubén lost his first 1v1, but this time JP did win his set and Rubén finished the match again after winning his second set against Boeufmac. 

Next weekend, on the 21st and 22nd of November, Team Queso will be playing in the finals of the CRL West against SK Gaming. A final that bears resemblance to the one that took place in 2018, when Team Queso was crowned champion. 

The adventure continues and we want you to stay with us.

Let’s go and win the CRL West and the World Finals!

#QuesoProud