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Brawl Stars Championship gears up with Snapdragon Pro Series partnership

Brawl Stars Championship gears up with Snapdragon Pro Series partnership

Supercell and ESL FACEIT Group joins hand to bring Brawl Stars as a title for Snapdragon Pro Series 2024 powered by Samsung Galaxy.

Supercell and ESL FACEIT Group (EFG) have teamed up to make the Snapdragon Pro Series the official operator of the Brawl Stars Championship 2024. This collaboration expands on the existing relationship between the companies. Brawl Stars was already a key part of the Snapdragon Pro Series in 2023, and this new deal ensures its continued presence as a major mobile esports title.

Brawl Stars joins Snapdragon Pro Series 2024

Massive prize pool: Up to $2 million USD is available for players to compete for throughout the year, with additional crowdfunding opportunities for the World Finals in November.

Global reach: Players from over 190 countries and territories can participate in five regional leagues.

Pathway to the World Finals: Regional qualifiers and finals provide opportunities to reach the global stage. There will be an offline last-chance qualifier in late August.

Building on success: EFG’s experience in mobile esports combining with Supercell’s expertise in the game. It aims to create the “best Brawl Stars Championship yet.”

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This partnership signifies a significant boost for the Brawl Stars esports scene. It offers players a well-structured competitive platform and a chance to compete for a substantial prize pool on a global stage.


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