In Clash Royale, your entire gaming behavior is tracked. This is recorded in stats, also called statistics. Here we show you how you will view these and your overall game progress.
The royal statistics keep the most important data ready for you in the profile. (Source: Screenshot spieletipps.de)
What are stats and where can I find them?
There are various stats in the game that you can view either in the game menu or in your profile. These help you to analyze your gaming behavior. These include:
- League Progress
- favorite card
- Battles (victory/defeat)
- Donated Cards
- Found Maps
In your profile, these points are also affectionately called “Royal Statistics”. To see them, click your name in the top left corner of the home page and you get to your profile. There you will not only find all the above data, but also your progress in clan wars and challenges. For the numbers themselves you have to scroll down.
While royal stats are counted from the start of the game, league progress always resets once the season is over. However, you can view your best season at any time and thus always get a review of the previous season.
The data is not only useful for keeping track of your progress, but can also give you badges when you achieve certain achievements. Among other things, there is an achievement badge for the season (in years), for the battle victories and much more.
Stats don’t change – why?
The statistics are usually adjusted immediately in the profile. It can only take several hours in the clan overview for the number of trophies to be updated. So don’t worry if the order hasn’t been changed yet.
You cannot see more data at the moment. However, you can get a lot more out of them with Stats Royale. Click the blue link to find out more about Stats Royale and chest and trophy stats.
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