Tel Aviv-based eSports tech firm Overwolf has acquired Clash Royale-focused statistics website StatsRoyale.com for an undisclosed sum.
StatsRoyale.com aggregates huge amounts of Clash Royale data to determine the contents of chests, as well as tracking information about the current meta. It is said to have over 20 million MAUs, according to Business Insider.
Overwolf is a platform on which developers can create complementary apps for games that track information and stats as players engage with the game. The purchase of StatsRoyale marks its first move into mobile.
"I wasn't really a mobile gamer before Clash Royale. Supercell's amazing execution on the game captured me completely, and I was actively thinking on how we could help the Clash Royale with tools and services," said Overwolf CEO Uri Marchand.
"I felt that there's a very strong alignment between our core offering in Overwolf and StatsRoyale.com. Most importantly, I felt a perfect cultural alignment with the team that had built it, led by the talented Steve Rabouin, putting gamers first and thriving for a pixel-perfect user experience."
Clash Royale remains one of the top grossing games in the world, over a year after it first launched. It is currently the fourth-highest grossing game of 2017, according to SuperData Research.