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(CHK) The Snapdragon Pro Series Tournament presents its first championships at live finals events taking place at gamescom, PAX West, and more.
Today, Qualcomm Technologies Inc., (a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated) and ESL Gaming, part of the ESL FACEIT Group, announced more details about the Snapdragon Mobile Challenge finalists broadcast live. regional next for Brawl Stars and Clash of Clans. To date, with more than 500,000 players participating in the Snapdragon Pro Series e-sports tournament, the finals are underway to prepare for the ultimate showdown.
- Asia-Pacific: First up is the Brawl Stars Asia-Pacific Finals, taking place on July 30. The four best teams of the Challenge Season, will gather at the gym. Kuala Lumpur Battle Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to compete in front of a live audience. They will have to work through two qualifiers to become the first team to win the Snapdragon Mobile Challenge title in the region.
- Cross-region: From August 4 to 7, fans of Clash of Clans have an extra weekend of activity to welcome the best teams from North America, Europe, and the Middle East. & North Africa, and India, meet at the ESL Gaming studios in Katowice, Poland. With a total prize pool of more than $150,000 and the chance to win three regional titles, the top teams will compete in front of a live stream of their fans. Once the regional finals are over, the winning teams from each region will have a chance to compete for a Golden Ticket to the Supercell’s World Championship.
- Europe, Middle East & North Africa: Continuing the summer activity, August 27-28, the four best Brawl Stars teams from the Europe, Middle East and North Africa regions will compete in what is considered to be one of the biggest Brawl Stars game tournaments ever, as they enter the live round at gamescom 2022 in Cologne, Germany. They will go head-to-head in a match with two knockouts to eventually crown the first regional champion.
- North America: Season 1 of the Snapdragon Mobile Challenge will end in North America on September 4 to 5, when the top four Brawl Stars teams from the regions will go head to head in front of a live stream. audience at PAX West playground in Seattle, USA.
You can buy tickets to any of our Challenge Finals events right now! See here for more details on each ticket type and how to claim your ticket.
Kevin Rosenblatt, General Manager at ESL Gaming, said: “Our ambition is to create the ‘Era of Everyone’ with the latest mobile eSports tournament ‘Snapdragon Pro Series’, and we are extremely excited about it. what we achieved with the first season. We’ve had more than half a million players join the program to date and are expecting more in the second half of this year to raise the bar for mobile eSports competitions. With four epic regional finals coming live, mobile esports is on its way to unprecedented heights.”
Mr. Dave Durnil, Senior Director, Engineering and Head of Mobile Gaming, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “It is amazing to watch Season 1 of the Snapdragon Pro Series tournament unfold and work towards the common goal of creating a global competition that brings mobile gaming to gamers from around the world. As a leader in mobile gaming technology, we look forward to working with these individual players and eSports teams to continue pushing the technological boundaries of gaming for many seasons. next prize.”
For more event information, please visit about.eslgaming.com, or follow ESL Gaming on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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