Albion Online has announced Season 17 of the Crystal League Championships! This tournament will take place from December 10 to December 11, with Albion’s top Crystal League players competing for incredible prizes, such as the ultra-rare Sabertooth Rex Swiftclaw Skin.
Details of the tournament were obtained from Albion Online’s official Steam post. We’ve included everything you need to know about the tournament below. Be sure to check out our Latest News section for more great content!
Albion Online Season 17 Crystal League Championships
The Basics of CLC
The Crystal League Championship is Albion Online’s version of a 5v5 fight that is high-stake, high-risk, and high-rewards.
The Crystal League Championship will take place in the offseason between Season 17 and Season 18 on:
- Saturday, December 10: 17:00 – 20:45 UTC
- Sunday, December 11: 17:00 – 21:45 UTC
The tournament will feature five teams from the Lethal Crystal League and three from the Non-Lethal. However, it will be based on the following criteria:
- Number of Level 9 wins
- Number of Level 8 wins
- Number of Level 7 wins
Similar to the previous tournaments, the matches will be hard-capped at 1700 to limit the overall re-gear costs to teams. In addition, the tournament will be full-loot.
Matches will run on short timers to provide more flexibility on match slot times. Specific times will be provided to the participants before each match. There’s also the chance that teams may have to play back-to-back, so please be prepared!
The following prizes apply for the first- through fourth-place winners:
- First Place: Each player on the winning team will receive the extremely rare Sabertooth Rex Swiftclaw skin unlock item and 10,000 Gold
- Second Place: Each player will receive the White Tiger skin unlock item along with 5,000 Gold
- Third Place: Each player will receive the Occult Cougar skin unlock item along with 5,000 Gold
- Fourth Place: Each player will receive the Alpaca skin unlock item along with 5,000 Gold
Sign Up Information and Tournament Rules
- Qualifying teams will be notified when the sign-up period begins
- Teams must consist of five qualified players, at least four of whom must have qualified with the same team this season
- A player cannot be eligible with multiple teams
- Each team can allocate one substitute in addition to the five players.
Where to watch the CLC
If you’re not interested in participating in the CLC, you can watch other players battle it out! Similar to previous years, you can watch the tournament all weekend long on the official Albion Online Twitch Channel, AlbionTV.
The hosts include Shozen, Lewpac, and Tazzik, who will bring you live coverage and commentary on the fights. The championship winners will receive their prizes at a ceremony after the final match on Sunday.