Snapdragon Pro Series To Crown First Asia-Pacific Brawl Stars Champion July 30

ESL Gaming and Qualcomm Technology’s Snapdragon Mobile Challenge Asia-Pacific is coming to a close with the finals for Brawl Stars to take place on July 30 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The mobile gaming competition sees over 500,000 players participating, with the games Brawl Stars and Clash Of Clans being the games of choice.

The Snapdragon Pro Series is now reaching the final stages, with the Asia-Pacific region taking place first.

The four best teams from the Asia-Pacific regional Challenge Season for Brawl Stars will be playing in a double-elimination bracket. This will be taking place at the Kuala Lumpur Battle Arena on July 30.

The other regions will also be crowing their champions in the following weeks. August 4-7 will see the best Clash Of Clans teams in North America (NA), Europe, Middle East and North Africa (EUR/MENA) and India battle it out at ESL Gaming’s production studios in Katowice, Poland.

Then on August 27-28, the four best Brawl Stars teams from EUR/MENA will be fighting for the win at Gamescom 2022, with a double-elimination bracket format.

And finally, the season will wrap up in NA on September 4-5 where the top four Brawl Stars team face off at PAX West in Seattle, USA.

“Our ambition is to create an ‘Era of Everyone’ with our new mobile esports flagship, the Snapdragon Pro Series, and we couldn’t be more excited with what we’ve so far achieved with this first Season,” said Kevin Rosenblatt, General Manager, Mobile at ESL Gaming.

“It has been incredible to watch Season 1 of the Snapdragon Pro Series unfold and achieve our collective goal of creating a global competition that brings mobile gamers spanning multiple genres around the world together,” said Dave Durnil, Senior Director, Engineering and Head of Mobile Gaming, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Mobile gaming, and esports for mobile game for that matter, is ubiquitous in Southeast Asia but not so much in other parts of the world. So seeing a worldwide esports tournament organisation like ESL giving a platform for the evidently huge number of players is cool to see.

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