Alliance Championships are an exciting feature that builds on top of our existing Tournaments. Each month will bring a new Championship along with the potential for exclusive rewards. With your fellow Alliance members, earn Alliance Points by participating in Tournaments. The more Alliance Points collected at the end of the Championship, the better the reward the Alliance receives! Alliance Championship details are available from the Tournament button in the Battle menu.

Championship Schedule

  • Championships start on the first Monday of every month. When a Championship ends, players have one week to collect their Championship reward.
  • To help players plan their Championships, the game will now display a list of Upcoming and Past Tournaments when tapping the Tournament button in the Battle screen.

Earning Alliance Points in Tournaments

  • Alliance members can earn Alliance Points by improving their Tournament Medals High Score. Every time a player’s High Score increases, their Alliance Points will increase by that same amount.
    • For example, if a player’s best Medal score was 100 and then they increased it to 130, they will be rewarded with 30 Alliance Points at the end of that Tournament battle. Alliance Points are awarded to the player’s current alliance at the time they are earned.
  • All active Tournaments during a Championship will be an opportunity to earn Alliance Points. Months with more weeks than usual are an opportunity for Alliances to receive more Alliance Points than usual, and therefore better rewards!
  • Entry Medals described in the previous section do count towards earning Alliance Points, but players must complete at least one Tournament battle for them to do so.

Alliance Points are Shared With Your Alliance 

  • Alliance Points (APs) accumulated are shared with Alliance Members.
  • Players can see how many APs they have earned in the Championship Screen (which is accessed from the Tournaments button), along with the contribution of every other member of their Alliance. Every player’s contribution counts!

Participation Bonus 

  • Every takedown that players perform in a Tournament battle, regardless of whether they won or not, will increase a meter visible in the Tournament screen. When the meter is full, they will receive a base amount of Alliance Points.
  • The participation bonus can be earned once for each Tournament. Each Tournament will require a different number of takedowns to complete and will in turn provide a different amount of Alliance Points.
  • Note that if players are not in an Alliance when they fill their meter, their participation Alliance Points reward is not lost. If they join an Alliance and then complete one Tournament battle, the Alliance Points participation bonus will be provided and shared with the Alliance.
  • Creatures defeated in other areas of the game (such as Strike Events, regular PvP, Campaign Missions, etc.) are not counted for the Participation Bonus; only creatures defeated in Tournament battles.

Tournament Multiplier 

  • Certain Tournaments will count for more Alliance Points than normal. These Tournaments are identifiable in the List of Tournaments with a “X2” or “X3” in the top left corner. So, for example, if players finish a “X2” Tournament and their highest score is 500 Medals, they will have contributed 1000 APs to their Alliance.
  • This multiplier will affect all Alliance Points earned in this Tournament, including the Participation Bonus . When a multiplier is in effect, players will notice the Participation Bonus AP reward is in a different color.
  • Entry Medals given in a Tournament that has a multiplier will also be multiplied.


  • When a Championship ends, the Alliance receives a Championship Incubator. The quality of the reward depends on how many APs the Alliance earned during that month’s Championship.
  • Every member of the Alliance can collect the reward individually (like Alliance Mission rewards). It is not “split” among members.
  • Each Championship will feature different Creatures as a guaranteed reward.
  • Note that Championship Incubator rewards do scale by player level.
  •  If you leave your Alliance or removed before claiming your Championship rewards, they do become forfeit and are no longer available

Alliance Championship Leaderboards

  • Each Alliance Championship will also have a Leaderboard showing the ranking and number of Alliance Points earned during the championship. This information is provided to help players evaluate their Alliance’s performance.
  • There is no reward associated with that Leaderboard.


  • If a player cannot contribute Alliance Points because they have not unlocked the Tournament feature yet, they will be shown as “Not qualified” in the list of Contributors.
  • If players are not in an Alliance when they earn Alliance Points, these points are lost. This includes the new Entry Medals described above. Players need to ensure they’re part of an Alliance if they wish to benefit from the Championship features.
  • If players leave their Alliance and join a new one, the points earned in their old Alliance do not carry over.
  • Alliance Points contributed by players who have since left the Alliance are displayed in the list of Contributors as a total under “Non-Members”, which is found at the bottom of the list.
  • Only the Top 50 Contributors to the Alliance will be calculated in the final Alliance Point score.
  • The UI of Alliance Championships does not refresh automatically if players stay on that screen. Simply exit the Championship screen and reopen it to see the new scores. Note that the data only refreshes once per minute.