Here's a complete guide to Clubs in Brawl Stars.
Clubs are a simple social feature in Brawl Stars that allows you to join a team of other players. It's a useful place to connect and communicate with other players in the community. But, most importantly, you can group up to compete with other Clubs in the competitive game mode: Club Leagues.
Here's a quick guide on how Clubs work in Brawl Stars.
How Clubs Work In Brawl Stars
There are four roles in a Club: President, Vice President, Senior, and Member. Each role comes with its own set of perks and responsibilities. As you progress down the roles, the less they become.
Here's an overview of each Club Role:
- President: Able to accept new Members to the Club and kick anyone out regardless of their Club role. They cannot be kicked from the Club. Presidents are essentially the leader of a Club.
- Vice President: Able to accept new Members and promote Seniors and Members. They cannot demote, promote, or kick other Vice Presidents or the President from the Club. Vice Presidents are the Club's second-in-command.
- Senior: Able to accept, promote, and kick out Members from the Club. They are not able to demote, promote, or kick other Seniors, Vice Presidents, or the President. Seniors are the third tier in the Club hierarchy.
- Member: Members have no perks. They are not able to accept or kick out anybody inside a Club. It's a basic role that is automatically given to you when you join a new Club.
As mentioned earlier, joining a Club allows you to participate in Club Leagues and Club Games. This is a competitive two-week seasonal game mode that consists of intense Quests and challenges.
The more of these you complete, the higher your Club will rank at the end of the two weeks. Naturally, with a higher ranking, you'll earn more Club Coins. This is the in-game currency that you can only spend at the Club Shop to purchase items such as Gold, Power Points, or skins.
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