Snapdragon Pro Series 2024: $4.4 million prize pool unveiled across 5 mobile games

The Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS), a multi-game mobile esports tournament series by the ESL Faceit Group (EFG) has announced details for Year 3 of the competition. This year, the tournament has official partnerships with three major publishers, namely Activision, MOONTON, and Supercell, allowing the SPS to unveil a much larger format with a total prize pool of $4.4 million.

Year 3 will encompass Seasons 5 and 6 of the SPS Championships. The games included this year include Brawl Stars, MLBB, Free Fire, Clash of Clans, and CoD Mobile.

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“The level of investment we’re seeing from publishers and exponential growth of the Snapdragon Pro Series underscores why mobile is the future of esports. We’re proud to continue our work with Qualcomm Technologies at the cutting-edge of competition and mobile technology to empower players with more opportunities to compete – from matches against their friends to seats on the world stage,” said Sam Braithwaite, the VP of Game Ecosystems, Mobile.

Everything you need to know about the Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3

As usual, the SPS will kick off with the open-for-all Mobile Open at the end of April. Numerous tournaments across the year will lead into the Mobile Masters in 2025, which will culminate the year in an on-ground event.

Brawl Stars

Brawl Stars’ inclusion into the Snapdragon Pro Series is different from other games. The SPS has taken over the entire Brawl Stars Championship, hosting the entire roadmap leading into the World Finals at the end of the year. This is a part of a multi-year partnership between ESL and Supercell.

MLBB

The SPS MLBB will kick off with the Mobile Open on April 8. It will offer chances to players from Europe, the MEA, Latin America, and Southeast Asia to go pro and even make it to the Esports World Cup in Saudi Arabia.

Furthermore, the SPS MLBB will feature an online all-female esports competition that offers a slot at the Esports World Cup as well.

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Free Fire

In a press release, ESL revealed that the SPS Free Fire will kick off with the Mobile Open in Latin America. The company also confirmed that top teams will have a chance to make it to international events. However, no details about this have been revealed yet.

Clash of Clans

The SPS Clash of Clans will feature a higher stake this year. This is because the tournament will provide a slot at the official Last-Chance Qualifier for the Clash of Clans World Championship Finals.

CoD Mobile

ESL hasn’t revealed many details about CoD Mobile in the SPS yet. The company has said, however, that there will be more opportunities for the global player base to compete on the world stage. It remains to be seen what that is.

Furthermore, 2024 is a crucial year for CoD Mobile esports. With the release of Warzone Mobile, many players are wondering how Activision aims to balance the two games together, considering they appeal to overlapping audiences.

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