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REVEALED: Laois hurlers 2020 league opponents confirmed following today’s action

first_img 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Home Sport GAA REVEALED: Laois hurlers 2020 league opponents confirmed following today’s action SportGAAHurling Previous articleMoment in Time: A day in school in Camross NS in 2001Next articleAbbeyleix defeat Bohemians, Strong on song for Mountmellick and all today’s soccer results Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Twitter Twitter Pinterest TAGSAllianz Hurling LeagueLaois senior hurlers Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory WhatsApp Facebook Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results REVEALED: Laois hurlers 2020 league opponents confirmed following today’s action GAA Pinterest GAA Laois senior hurlers Brought to you in association with The Brewery, RathdowneyThe Laois hurlers bowed out of the league last night after they were defeated in the quarter final by Limerick.This was the only knock-out game to take place this weekend as a number of group games, that were called off last weekend, took place today.The results of those games would have a direct impact on the new structure of the league for 2020.Division 1A and 1B are going to be merged together and then split into two groups – Group A and Group B.Following today’s games, just one things has yet to be decided – and that is the positioning of Cork and Kilkenny who meet next week in a Division 1A relegation play-off (strange thing to have really when neither will be relegated regardless).Offaly will play in Division 2A next year after they lost to Carlow today in the Division 1B relegation playoff while Wesmeath have been promoted after beating Kerry in the Division 2A final.So, Laois find themselves in Group B of Division 1 alongside Wexford, Clare, Dublin, Carlow and the loser of Kilkenny and Cork.And Group A will be comprised of Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford, Galway, Westmeath and the winner of Kilkenny and Cork.Certainly some exciting games ahead.SEE ALSO – Six Talking Points as Laois hurlers go down to Limerick in league quarter-finalBrought to you in association with The Brewery, Rathdowney Facebook By Alan Hartnett – 10th March 2019 GAA WhatsApplast_img read more

ASC gives green light to no-contest settlements

first_imghandshaking and exchanging contract documents bacho12345/123RF Related news The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) announced on Friday that it has revised its policies to enable the use of no-contest settlement agreements in certain cases.Several years ago, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) became the first Canadian regulator to utilize no-contest settlements, which allow regulators to resolve cases more quickly by entering settlements that don’t require admissions of wrongdoing. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Mouth mechanic turned market manipulator Keywords No-contest settlements,  Alberta,  EnforcementCompanies Alberta Securities Commission BFI investors plead for firm’s sale PwC alleges deleted emails, unusual transactions in Bridging Finance case James Langton For respondents, the ability to settle cases without admitting to any misconduct also allows them to resolve regulatory proceedings quickly and enables them to avoid making admissions that could possibly be used against them in civil proceedings.Under the ASC’s new policy, the regulator may use no-contest settlements when the conduct is self-reported, respondents are co-operating with the regulators, and are taking financial responsibility for their actions.For example, the OSC has used these settlements in a number of cases against industry firms involving allegations of client overcharging, which have seen the firms pay hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation to investors.“Our goal with this new enforcement tool is to offer, when possible, a new way to provide restitution and disgorgement to victims or those who have been harmed by securities misconduct,” said Stan Magidson, chairman and CEO of the ASC, in a statement. “This provision also provides market participants with an opportunity to address their misconduct with efficiency and certainty.”last_img read more

Veteran Jamaican Musician Sonny Bradshaw Dies

first_imgVeteran Jamaican Musician Sonny Bradshaw Dies CultureOctober 11, 2009 RelatedVeteran Jamaican Musician Sonny Bradshaw Dies RelatedVeteran Jamaican Musician Sonny Bradshaw Dies RelatedVeteran Jamaican Musician Sonny Bradshaw Diescenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Veteran Jamaican musician, Sonny Bradshaw, died in London England last night (Oct. 10) from the effects of a stroke which he suffered in August.Jamaican High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, His Excellency Burchell Whiteman said Mr. Bradshaw’s death will leave a significant gap in the Jamaican music landscape.“It is almost impossible to imagine modern Jamaican music without the presence of Sonny Bradshaw. He was a true musical pioneer who dedicated more than six decades of his life to ensuring that Jamaican music and especially jazz was always kept in the forefront and was accessible to all,” Mr. Whiteman said.“I would like to offer sincere condolence to his wife and long-standing devoted professional partner, Myrna, his children, relatives and his many friends and supporters, Jamaicans at home and abroad will remember him with gratitude and with pride,” he added.In recent years Sonny Bradshaw and Jamaica’s first lady of jazz, Myrna Hague, have participated in many major musical shows in the United Kingdom. They have also given generously of their time to the Jamaican High Commission and to Jamaican charities based in the U.K..Mr. Bradshaw who was born in 1926, was a skilled trumpeter who also played piano, clarinet, trombone, and the saxophone. He was as a musician, bandleader, composer, producer, and promoter as well as a journalist, teacher, and broadcaster.In recent years he became the founder and driving force behind the Ocho Rios Jazz festival. He formed the Sonny Bradshaw Seven in the 1950s, which was a training ground for many Jamaican musicians.He served for many years as the president of the Jamaican Federation of Musicians, and he was also instrumental in popularising indigenous Jamaican music, through his Teenage Dance Party radio show, which aired in the 1970s on what was then Jamaica Broadcasting Commission radio. Advertisementslast_img read more

NSW latest Covid-19 update as at 18 January

first_imgNSW latest Covid-19 update as at 18 January NSW recorded zero new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.There were also eight cases recorded in returned travellers, bringing the total number of COVID-19 cases in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 4,885.There were 8,773 tests reported to 8pm last night, compared with the previous day’s total of 12,764. The drop in daily testing numbers is an increasing concern, and NSW Health renews its calls for people to get tested if they are experiencing even the mildest of symptoms.CasesCountConfirmed cases (including interstate residents in NSW health care facilities)4,885 Deaths (in NSW from confirmed cases) 56 Total tests carried out 4,481,689 All eight new cases reported to 8pm last night were acquired overseas.Whole genome sequencing suggests the seven cases reported over the weekend are linked to the Berala cluster. Investigations and contact tracing are underway to establish the route of acquisition. While an epidemiological link has not yet been made, there is the possibility that others in the community may have the virus.High testing rates are critical to our efforts to identify COVID-19 cases and to prevent it from spreading. This is particularly important in areas where recent cases have attended, including Auburn, Berala, and surrounding suburbs, as well as across western and south-west Sydney.Communities in these areas are asked to be vigilant, with anyone experiencing any cold- or flu-like symptoms, no matter how mild, to isolate immediately, get tested and continue to isolate until a negative result is received.The best thing we can do for our friends and family is to get tested; by doing so, we are helping to keep them all safe.People are urged to check the NSW Government website  for regularly updated details of venues of concern, and affected public transport routes, and are asked to follow the health advice provided.There are more than 350 COVID-19 testing locations across NSW, many of which are open seven days a week. To find your nearest clinic visit COVID-19 clinics or contact your GP.NSW Health is treating 97 COVID-19 cases, one of whom is in intensive care. Most cases (98 per cent) are being treated in non-acute, out-of-hospital care, including returned travellers in the Special Health Accommodation.Likely source of confirmed COVID-19 cases in NSWLikely source of infection Cases past 24 hours*Cases past 7 days**All cases Overseas 8392,705Interstate 0090Locally acquired – linked to known case or cluster 091,642Locally acquired – no links to known case or cluster00435Locally acquired – investigation ongoing 0113Under initial investigation000Total 8494,885Note: Case counts reported for a particular day may vary over time due to ongoing investigations and case review.*notified from 8pm 16 January 2021 to 8pm 17 January 2021**from 8pm 11 January 2021 to 8pm 17 January 2021Returned travellers in hotel quarantine to dateSince 29 March 2020CountSymptomatic travellers tested 9,052Found positive188Since 30 June 2020CountAsymptomatic travellers screened at day 269,218Found positive446From 15 May 2020 to 12 January 2021CountAsymptomatic travellers screened at day 1079,623Found positive182Since 13 January 2021CountAsymptomatic travellers screened at day 12*1,293Found positive 1* Testing previously carried out on day 10 is now carried out on day 12. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:acquisition, Auburn, Australia, community, covid-19, Government, health, healthcare, infection, intensive care, investigation, NSW, NSW Health, pandemic, public transport, quarantine, Sydney, Transportlast_img read more

The Golden Bull Rides the Market to New Highs as 30%…

first_imgEmail Twitter Pinterest Share Facebook Linkedin ReddIt TAGSAcker Home Industry News Releases The Golden Bull Rides the Market to New Highs as 30% of…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessThe Golden Bull Rides the Market to New Highs as 30% of Lots Set New World Records, US $10 Million SoldBy Press Release – March 31, 2021 75 0 AdvertisementAcker Dominates Q1 Market w 50%+ Market Share, 3x More than Nearest CompetitorThree of the Top Lots from Acker’s March Hong Kong Auction:Lot 202: 6 bottles 1999 DRC Romanee Conti in OWCLot 22: 12 bottles 2005 A. Rousseau Chambertin in OCBLot 226-228: 3 bottles each 2007-2009 Domaine Leroy ChambertinMarch 31st – Despite the US sales commanding the headlines of the fine and rare wine auction market thus far in 2021, Hong Kong and China showed the world it’s back for business in the Year of the Bull, riding Acker’s single-owner sale, the Brilliant Collection of the Golden Bull, to the tune of US$10 million in sales. An astonishing 30% of lots in the auction set New World Records, as Burgundy once again returned to the spotlight, with the wines of Lalou Bize-Leroy tallying a remarkable 61 New Records, followed by 26 for Domaine de la Romanee Conti, and 19 for Armand Rousseau. Acker ended the first quarter in dominating fashion, owning more than 50% of the market share amongst all major houses, along with sales three times that of the nearest competitor.After a brief disappearance from the top of the charts in Acker’s last auction, Domaine de la Romanee Conti once again seized control of the Top Ten Lots of the sale this weekend, with the Top Lot going to six bottles of 1999 DRC Romanee Conti in OWC that realized HK$1,344,600/US$173,497. In second place stood twelve bottles of 2008 DRC Montrachet in OWCs, fetching HK846,600/US$109,239, while three bottles of 2009 Domaine Leroy Musigny in OWC brought in HK$796,800/US$102,813, claiming the third spot. Coming in fourth were twelve bottles of 2006 DRC Montrachet in OWC that realized HK$697,200/US$89,961. Two lots shared fifth place, as a twelve bottle 1999 DRC Assortment case and six bottles of 1961 Paul Jaboulet Hermitage La Chapelle in OWC each sold for HK$647,400/US$83,535. A four-way tie rounded out the Top Ten, as another twelve bottle 1999 DRC Assortment, parcels of twelve bottles of 2005 DRC La Tache in OWCs, parcels of three bottles of 2005 DRC Romanee Conti in OWC, and twelve bottles of 2011 Domaine Leroy Romanee St. Vivant in OWC all sold for HK$597,600/US$77,110 apiece.White wine was also in high demand, setting 62 of the total 207 New World Records. Henri Boillot had the strongest showing, achieving 16 New World Records, led by twelve bottles of 2010 Montrachet in OWCs that sold for HK$109,560/US$14,137. Domaine Leflaive attained 12 New World Records, as a single bottle of 2002 Montrachet realized HK$84,660/US$10,924. Additionally, Bouchard, Pere et Fils accumulated ten New World Records, followed closely behind by Ramonet with six and Raveneau with five.“What an extraordinary auction!” exclaimed Acker Chairman, John Kapon. “The Brilliant Collection of the Golden Bull blew buyers away with its outstanding selection and impeccable provenance. It was tremendous to see Hong Kong and China back for business, although the demand in this sale was truly global, with notable activity from Russia, the US, Brazil, Japan and Singapore. It is almost impossi-bull to believe the incredible demand for the world’s finest and rarest wines right now, but buyers need not worry! Acker will be back with two incredible auctions coming in April, on the 9th and 10th in Delaware, and back again in Hong Kong with another two-day sale on the 23rd and 24th. No bull!”The auction season continues for Acker with another “live online” auction in Delaware on April 8th and 9th and returns to Hong Kong on April 23rd and 24th. Acker is currently accepting wines for its Spring “live online” auctions, with weekly web auctions closing every week. For more information, email [email protected] Previous articleAfternoon Brief, March 31stNext articleIn-Person and Virtual Programming Takes Premiere Napa Valley to the Next Level in 2021 Press Releaselast_img read more

Chief Justice wants Tightening up of Court System

first_imgAdvertisements Chief Justice wants Tightening up of Court System JusticeMay 14, 2012 By Bryan Miller, JIS Reporter RelatedChief Justice wants Tightening up of Court System RelatedChief Justice wants Tightening up of Court System FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Chief Justice, the Honourable Mrs. Zaila McCalla, has lamented the delays within the justice system, which is causing a backlog of cases at all levels. Addressing the official handing over and opening ceremony for the Balaclava Court House, in St. Elizabeth, on Wednesday May 9, the Chief Justice acknowledged that it has long been recognised that there is a need for more courthouses across the country, to address the issue of space, and the number of cases that come before the courts on a daily basis.  Mrs. McCalla also appealed to all stakeholders to make every effort to avoid delays. She highlighted the lack of a sufficient number of jurors to try cases at the circuit court level, as one of the challenges being experienced.  This, she explained, will lead to a backlog of cases and a waste of time for persons in attendance at court, at that level. “Having regard to the vast number of cases to be tried, we cannot afford this waste of time.  Many persons in the justice system have come to accept this situation as a normal feature of our court system, and therefore, one of the greatest challenges is for us to eradicate the culture of delay that is endemic in our court system,” she stated. The Chief Justice informed that she has been engaging participants in the judicial system with a view to implementing criminal case management in all the courts.  She pointed out that to date several sensitisation sessions have already been held, criminal case management rules have been drafted and gazetted, and plans are in place to conduct a number of workshops in various parishes across the island to include representatives from the Bar Association and other critical stakeholders in the justice system. “Commitment and support of all participants is necessary for us to see significant improvement in our justice system. It will serve to reduce delay, save time and expense, and also assist in the quest to reduce the backlog of cases and achieve a more effective and efficient justice system,” she stated. The Chief Justice expressed confidence that if all stakeholders actively participate and cooperate in the process, the delays can be curtailed and the justice system allowed to work efficiently and effectively. RelatedChief Justice wants Tightening up of Court Systemlast_img read more

Juneau Touts Graduation Program, Education Standards

first_imgMontana Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau toured the Flathead this week to visit schools and promote state programs aimed at improving graduation rates and school standards. In an interview with the Beacon, Juneau touted the program Graduation Matters Montana as a way to decrease dropout rates among high school students throughout the state. The program seeks to connect students with local businesses and community members to highlight how important a diploma can be. According to the state Office of Public Instruction, roughly 2,000 kids drop out of high school each year in Montana, which Juneau noted is larger than the population of some of the state’s small towns. One of the benefits of the program is that it can be tailored to fit each individual community, Juneau said. School District 5 incorporated the Graduation Matters Montana initiative in Kalispell this year, along with high schools in Missoula, Helena, Great Falls, Billings, Butte and the Gallatin Valley. In Kalispell, that means both high schools employing “graduation coordinators” to maintain meaningful relationships with the students in danger of dropping out and to conduct exit interviews with students who choose to leave and to ensure the student knows all their options before dropping out. The local program is headed in the right direction, Juneau said, because Kalispell schools “have had longstanding relationships with their businesses,” giving students a chance to know what a hirable applicant would ideally look like. Juneau also discussed Montana’s move to join 46 other states in adopting Common Core State Standards, which provides uniform standards of what students should know and be able to accomplish at each grade level. The Council of Chief State School Officers and the National Governor’s Association sponsored a state-led initiative to develop these standards, Juneau noted, which makes it a national program and not a federal one. Common standards will give students a clearer picture of what is expected of them as they progress through school, Juneau said. The new standards are currently in the planning and awareness stage and will be fully implemented in 2014-2015. Juneau also acknowledged a recent letter to the editor from the Montana School Boards Association and the Montana Rural Education Association decrying the way state land revenues are used to finance public education. The letter said the state is involved in a “shell game” with the money because lawmakers put state land revenues toward education but then remove the same amount already earmarked for schools and put it back in the general fund. In a subsequent letter to the editor, state Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Director Mary Sexton wrote that K-12 schools receive about 90 percent of state land revenues and noted that school funding is determined by the Legislature. Juneau said the money that comes in from public lands goes to education, but it does not necessarily mean an increase in overall funding. She said she is glad the conversation is happening because the public can get a better picture about the school funding process. The superintendent also visited area schools and honored Ruder Elementary School librarian Sarah Childers for achieving National Board Certification. Childers is one of seven Montana teachers to earn the certification this year. Juneau is up for re-election in 2012. Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Emaillast_img read more

News / Anger as Amazon pressures US Prime sellers to use its own logistics service

first_img By Ian Putzger 21/08/2020 © Jaroslaw Kilian Amazon is flexing its muscles to push merchants onto its platform to use its logistics services.This week online merchants selling via Amazon, and which are on the Seller Fulfilled Programme (SFP), received an e-mail telling them to up their delivery performance or “suffer the consequences”.Lamenting a poor delivery performance record, the e-commerce behemoth wants them to offer deliveries on Saturdays and live up to next-day and second-day delivery pledges.Amazon told them: “We know that, as a seller enrolled in SFP, you work hard to provide customers with a delightful shopping experience. Despite these good intentions, before Covid-19, fewer than 16% of SFP orders in the US met the Prime Two-Day delivery promise customers expect – in large part because many sellers do not operate on weekends.”center_img The new requirements will apply from February, but this month Amazon is launching a new dashboard that enables sellers to track their performance for one- and two-day deliveries.Chase Flashman, co-founder and CEO of transport consultancy ShipSights, said more than 60% of the purchases on the Amazon platform involved third-party vendors. Those enrolled in the SFP scheme are in a position to ship out their merchandise faster than other sellers on the platform.However, the largest benefit for them, which Amazon’s threat puts into jeopardy, is a high listing in the search algorithm on the platform.So far, vendors have not faced repercussions if they failed to meet Prime delivery window targets, but now Amazon is threatening that they could lose their Prime status, which would push them way down the list, undermining their chances of selling.“If Amazon takes away their Prime badge, that’s a major impact,” Mr Flashman said.To maintain their status, SFP participants will have to use a premium delivery service, or Amazon’s proprietary fulfilment arm, he noted.Observers reckon the move primarily serves to bring up Amazon’s overall delivery record as it faces strong competition from the likes of Walmart and Target. Both of these large retailers reported large increases in their same-day services in the third quarter.Still, Amazon also stands to gain a considerable increase in revenues from its fulfilment activities as a result. Income from its third-party seller services (which include logistics) reached $18.2bn in the second quarter, a rise of 52% on a year earlier.According to data from ShipMatrix, Amazon delivered two-thirds of its US parcel volume through its own operation last month, up almost 12% from July 2019.And its management is looking to grow this: in June, it embarked on a drive to recruit small operators to build up its delivery network and is inviting entrepreneurs to form small delivery companies to cover final-mile transport.Observers have pointed out that Amazon’s latest pressure on merchants which participate in SFP may have antitrust implications. Already, before this move, there have been accusations from online sellers that Amazon leverages its marketplace to force them to use its fulfilment services.“There are antitrust issues there. There is some validity to the concern,” said Mr Flashman.Besides the strongarm tactics, he adds, the timing of the new Amazon policy is raising eyebrows, coming as all e-commerce providers are struggling to meet regular delivery windows and have suspended service guarantees.“Amazon is having an issue with this itself,” Mr Flashman noted, and he questioned: “How well will they be able to handle the additional volume if sellers hand over their fulfilment?”last_img read more

Eric Bleumink Fund Scholarship 2020/2021 at the University of Groningen

first_img +1 Deadline: 1 December 2020Open to: nationals of developing countries who have obtained conditional admission to the program of choice at University of GroningenBenefits: fully fundedDescriptionApplications are invited for the Eric Bleumink Fund Scholarship 2020/2021 for Master’s Study at University of Groningen. The grant is awarded for a 1 year or 2 years Master’s degree programme. The Eric Bleumink Fund awards scholarships to talented students from developing countries.Since 2000, the year the fund was started, the EBF handed out more than seventy scholarships. This means more than seventy young, ambitious and very talented people were able to follow an additional study at the University of Groningen. Here they were introduced to an academic culture, libraries and international contacts they are often lacking in their homelandEligibilityCandidates for the Eric Bleumink Fund should:Have obtained conditional admission to the program of choiceHave excellent academic performance, preferably to be confirmed by letters of recommendationHave excellent grades during their bachelor/undergraduate studiesHave excellent English language proficiency, in accordance with the admission requirements of the program of choiceBe available for the whole period of the programme and be able to take part in the entire programmeBe in good health, so that health insurance in the Hold the nationality of a country appearing in Appendix 1.Have no other means of financing the study in questionBenefitsThe grant is awarded for a 1 year or 2 years Master’s degree programme.The grant covers tuition fee, costs of international travel, subsistence, books, and health insurance. Please note that a considerable number of students apply for this scholarship each year, whereas the University can issue only a limited number of grants.How to apply? For more information and to apply, please visit this website. September 16, 2020 Published by sihana Reddit Pocket Similar Stories Tweet ← The Ginkgo Prize for Ecopoetry 2020 2021 World of WearableArt Awards Competition → Eric Bleumink Fund Scholarship 2020/2021 at the University of Groningen The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program 2021 Robert S. McNamara Fellowships Program Share 0 TWAS-CAS Young Scientists Award for Frontier Science LinkedIn 0last_img read more

World’s largest esports organisations sign up for Clash Royale League

World’s largest esports organisations sign up for Clash Royale League36 teams from North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America to compete in $1 million World FinalHaydn TaylorSenior Staff WriterTuesday 3rd April 2018Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleSupercellClash Royale developer Supercell has revealed plans for an esports league featuring some of the largest competitive gaming organisations in the world. The league follows Supercell’s recent foray into esports which saw 25 million players compete to qualify for a spot in the forthcoming league, with just 7,000 making it through to the next round. In the next few months, the pro teams will create their rosters from this pool of players. Household names in esports such as Cloud9, Team SoloMid, and Counter Logic Gaming are already signed up, along with other well-recognised organisations from across the globe. Eight teams from North America will be joined by 28 other teams from Europe, Asia, and Latin America to compete in the World Finals for their share of the $1 million prize pool. “The level of enthusiasm we’ve seen from the most respected esports teams in the world is as humbling as it is exciting, and we’re looking forward to supporting them in order to grow the Clash Royale esports ecosystem for our players,” said Tim Ebner, head of esports at Supercell. “Staying true to the Supercell vision of making games everyone can enjoy for years and years, the Clash Royale League (CRL) will continue to offer as many players as possible an open path to competing at the highest level.”Two CRL regions, Mainland China and Asia, will have a Spring Season which runs from March 23 to June 3 in China, and April 27 to July 14 in Asia. Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games Other regions will begin competing with the Fall Season in August, leading up to World Finals which will take place in Winter 2018. Each of the CRL regions will be comprised of 4-12 teams, with 4-6 players per team. Top teams from each region will advance to the World Finals.Supercell recently posted its lowest earnings in three years, but with global esports revenue projected to hit $1.65 billion by 2021, now is seemingly a good time to invest in the scene. Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Daily Update and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesSupercell ordered to pay Gree $92m in lawsuitJury found developer had infringed on six patents protecting Gree’s technologyBy Danielle Partis 2 days agoMetacore secures €150m credit line from SupercellThe funding will go towards growing the Merge Mansion developer’s team and expand its operationsBy Marie Dealessandri 5 days agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now. read more