Boeufmac and JuicyJ Join Clash Royale Roster

July 16 2018


CRL begins in late August, and we've spent the past few months scouting talented young players from the Clash Royale combine. After spotting a few gems and trying out the best of the best, we have completed our Clash Royale League roster with two brand new signings: Charlie "Boeufmac" McLaren and Jackson "JuicyJ" Wahl.

Jackson "JuicyJ" Wahl

"Team Liquid is one of the (if not THE) best esports organizations in the world. I am overwhelmed with excitement to be a part of this organization, and compete at the top level of Clash Royale in order that we take yet another title this year."




Boeufmac and JuicyJ might be newcomers to esports — Clash Royale is their very first venture into competitive gaming — but they've shown over the course of the past few months that leaderboards should fear their rise. In fact, Boeufmac is already quite familiar with the team, as the Englishman has played with them in several team tournaments in the recent past. The two 16 year olds will compete in the Clash Royale League and will practice at the Alienware Training Facility for the inaugural season.

Help us welcome our two new players by giving them a cheer on their social media, and follow JuicyJ's new youtube channel as he begins to pump out more content.

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