Two British casters have joined the Clash Royale European broadcast team.
Tom "Tridd" Underwood and Mike "Gregan" Ellis will be casting the Crown Championship from Sunday June 11th from 8am PDT.
They will be joined by Clash With Ash, SirenMika and Woody.
Tridd is well-known in the UK esports scene, having cast League of Legends for the likes of the NUEL and UK Masters. He's also made a name for himself within the UK Overwatch community and has cast at Insomnia festivals and other events in the past.
Gregan is a streamer, caster and analyst known for his work in Rocket League.
A Clash Royale talk show will begin today at 10am PDT (June 3rd), the North American broadcast on June 10th at 10.30am PDT and Latin America on June 11th at 1pm PDT.
The final eight players in each region will compete in a three-week Round Robin series to determine who advances to the Spring Finals.
Clash Royale developer Supercell said in a statement: "We have hand-picked the most knowledgeable and beloved Clash Royale community members to host the matches live each week.
Broadcasts will be made on YouTube, Twitch and Facebook.
— Tridd (@CasterTridd) June 1, 2017
— Gregan (Mike) @RLCS (@Gregan25) June 1, 2017
Clash Royale picked up the AMD Esports Audience Award at the Video Game BAFTAs earlier this year.