Clash Royale

minimum age according to Clash Royale
9+ minimum age according to Clash Royale

What is Clash Royale?

Clash Royale is an online multiplayer card game by Supercell, featuring characters from the empire building game, Clash of Clans. Clash Royale players can collect and upgrade cards through in-app purchases, win trophies and crowns, and create or join battle communities to share cards and win territories. Players can compete from anywhere in the world and communicate with each other through text messaging chat.

Apps: Android

How do people use Clash Royale?

Learn more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use online multiplayer games like Clash Royale.

Clash Royale is used: for gaming, in-app purchasing, messaging/online chat and screen capture.

How can you report online abuse, help a player in distress or block offensive language?

These links are provided by Supercell:

  • Report an abusive player
    Learn how to report inappropriate or offensive behaviour from another player. 
  • Help a player in distress
    Find out what to do if another player is feeling unsafe and needs help.
  • Profanity filter
    Learn how to turn on the profanity filter to block offensive language while using Clash Royale’s in-game chat.

How can you protect your personal information?

These links are provided by Supercell:

Key links

These links are provided by Supercell:

  • Safe and fair play
    Read about the acceptable behaviour expected from you when you play Clash Royale.
  • Player support
    Access a range of safety information and hot topics for players including how to contact the developers.
  • Parent’s guide
    Provides a range of safety information for parents and carers about playing Clash Royale.
  • Terms of service
    Learn about the terms you agree to by using and playing Clash Royale.

Last updated: 05/06/2024

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  • do your own research to understand the risks and benefits
  • check the age rating and requirements
  • consider privacy
  • check the permissions and other settings
  • check the in-app reporting options.

If you are a parent or carer who is deciding whether a child should be allowed to use an online service or platform, you can also:

  • consider your child's readiness for the types of content and experiences they might encounter
  • help them understand what to do if they need help
  • provide ongoing support and monitoring, for example through regular check-ins with your child
  • agree to some rules about use of each service or platform.

To find out more, you can read the App checklist for parents, as well as information about parental controls in social media, games and apps and mental wellbeing resources for families.