Snapdragon Pro Series mobile esports tournaments start next month

2022-03-31

Qualcomm and ESL Gaming have partnered up to launch the Snapdragon Pro Series. The series with a $2 million prize pool will kick off next month in several regions around the world with several mobile games that you can compete in.

There are three levels to the Pro series: Open, Challenge and Masters. Anyone can join the Snapdragon Mobile Open (as long as you’re 16 or older), visit SnapdragonProSeries.com to sign. The first tournament of the Open series begins on April 12.

Snapdragon Pro Series mobile esports tournaments start next month, here is the list of games

Successful players will progress to the Snapdragon Mobile Challenge round in June, the winners of that will go on to the Snapdragon Mobile Masters in March 2023. Qualcomm and ESL intend for the Challenge finals and all of the Masters to be held in person in front of a live audience. Alternatively, you can watch games on Twitch and YouTube.

“The Snapdragon Pro Series gives players in multiple regions, at all levels, a chance to become a champion and compete for a share of more than $2 million in prize money,” said Kevin Rosenblatt, General Manager, Mobile at ESL Gaming.

Qualcomm and ESL have now unveiled the titles for the next Snapdragon Pro Series. Here they are: Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, Free Frie, League of Legends: Wild Rift, PUBG Mobile, Clash Royale, Asphalt 9: Legends and Legends of Runeterra.

Snapdragon Pro Series mobile esports tournaments start next month, here is the list of games

Note that these titles are divided between several regions – North America (NA), Europe (EUR), the Middle East & North Africa (MENA), China, Asia-Pacific (AP) and India. Details for the Chinese and Indian tournaments are coming soon. The table below will help you figure out which games will be part of the Series in which regions.

NA EUR MENA AP
Brawl Stars
Clash of Clans
Free Fire
League of Legends
PUBG Mobile
Clash Royale
Asphalt 9
Legends of Runeterra

The games will be played Snapdragon-powered phones that will highlight the best of the Snapdragon Elite Gaming features.

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