• Supercell's "Clash of Clans"

Supercell's "Clash of Clans" (Photo : YouTube/ Clash of Clans)

Clash of Clans players around the world have one thing in common - the goal of winning their way inside the Legend League, which a Saudi player decided to crash into by racking up in-app purchases of over $1 million, a new report said. 

Business Insider did not identify the Saudi national but the report claimed that its information came from an insider of a firm that takes charge of Supercell's payment processing facilities. The COC game-maker, however, is yet to comment on the matter, the online publication said.

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Regarded as the most popular online game at the moment, it is not remote that gamers burn loads of cash to enjoy the Clash of Clans. The Supercell creation is believed to generate around $1.5 million in daily revenue as players fork out huge amount of money to speed up their desired advances into the game.

Majority of the cash spent were meant to keep a base solidly defended - using upgraded walls and archer towers, for instance - and maintain certain level of resources and trophies. Resources can be freely earned but it would mean constantly playing the game and the necessary skills.

As can be expected, many have opted for shortcuts by wielding their credit cards. But according to Business Insider, its sources claimed that the best Clash of Clans base available - all fortified and guarded by defenders - can be had at a much lower price.

The total bill for a top-notch COC base should be between $6,000 and $12,000, quite far from the rumored $1 million that the Saudi COC fans willingly sent to Supercell.

But spending that much is not impossible too as the report pointed to the likelihood of Clans gamers maintaining multiple accounts if only to stay on top of the game. Case in point is a player named Jorge Yao who at one point was reported to be using five different accounts in order to preserve his dominance in the COC universe.

Jorge Yao occupied the top Legend League spot until his unexplained exit from the game, Business Insider said.

The report added that aside from the Saudi high-roller, Clash of Clans gamers from the Middle East appear to dominate the Supercell title, likely combining skills, dedication and unlimited cash reserves in securing the COC Legend League top spots.