Season 2 of the Snapdragon Pro Series expands the competition with more tournaments across a wider variety of games.
ESL and Qualcomm have revealed their plans for Snapdragon Pro Series Season 2, with the competition set to offer more mobile gamers the chance to compete for top prizes.
To that end, the PUBG Mobile Club Open has dropped its rank requirements from platinum to silver. Sign-ups are available from within the game, with the pro-am tournament boasting a USD $200,000 prize pool.
Clash of Clans will also be added to the North American program, while League of Legends: Wild Rift will make its debut as a Challenge title in the EU/MENA region.
"As Season 1 has come to an epic conclusion, we can’t wait to see our expanded Season 2 bring even more aspiring stars and mobile veterans from around the globe into the Snapdragon Pro Series," said Kevin Rosenblatt, SVP Game Ecosystems at ESL FACEIT Group.
"Season 2 will feature an unbeatable line-up of world-leading mobile game titles, and together with Qualcomm Technologies, we’ll make sure it’s a season to remember."
The Snapdragon Pro Series is the world's largest multi-genre mobile esports competition, spanning across multiple regions and nine mobile titles. Starting with online Open Cups, the competition culminates with the Snapdragon Mobile Masters, regional finals held on LAN in front of a live audience.
Season 2 will feature competitions in the following mobile games:
- Asphalt 9: Legends
- Brawl Stars
- Clash of Clans
- League of Legends: Wild Rift
- Clash Royale
- Free Fire
- Legends of Runeterra
- PUBG Mobile / BGMI Mobile
Some of the Open Cups have already begun. If you are interested in competing, more information can be found on the Snapdragon Pro Series website.
Snapdragon Pro Series Season 2 Builds On Solid Foundations
Season 1 of the Snapdragon Pro Series saw over 600,000 players worldwide compete across titles such as Supercell's Brawl Stars and Clash Royale, and Riot Games' League of Legends: Wild Rift and Legends of Runeterra. With $480,000 on the line, this wasn't just about bragging rights.
Those competitions culminated in the Snapdragon Mobile Challenge Season 1 regional finals, LAN events held at Gamescom in Cologne, PAX West in Seattle, WA., and the Kuala Lumpur Battle Arena in Malaysia, where top esports organizations went head-to-head in front of live audiences.
Season 2 is again expected to have regional finals with live audiences, and with the Snapdragon Pro Series available to even more gamers, the competition should be even fiercer.
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