4 Unknown has emerged as the winner of the Qualcomm Snapdragon Conquest Free Fire tournament and is taking home INR 2,000,000 as prize money ($27,500). The finals were conducted on March 12th and 13th with Team Elite and Life Hackers taking home the first and second runner-up prizes respectively. Team Elite will take home INR 800,000 ($11,000) while Team Life Hackers earned INR 500,000 ($6,900). The event also saw individual skill and popularity being rewarded through special rewards for participants. Snapdragon Conquest was one of India’s biggest Free Fire tournaments to date and it is one of Qualcomm Technologies’ latest initiatives in Indian esports.
Snapdragon Conquest Overview
The Snapdragon Conquest event featured a total prize pool of INR 5,000,000 ($67,000). This is the highest prize pool offered in any Indian Free Fire event since the Free Fire India championship. The event was a major success with individual and team contributions being recognized. Aside from the top three finalists at the event, here are the other prize winners at Snapdragon Conquest:
- Team with the highest kills in the Grand Finale – 4 Unknown – Award INR 100,000
- Individual with the highest kills in the Grand Finale – 4UN-Deadsoul – Award INR 50,000
- The Most Valuable Player Award (fan vote) – TE-Pahadi– Award INR 50,000
- The Most Popular Team Award (fan vote) – Total Gaming Esports – Award INR 100,000
Congratulating the winners of Season One of Snapdragon Conquest, Rajen Vagadia, Vice President, Qualcomm India Private Limited and President, Qualcomm India said, “Our heartiest congratulations to team 4 Unknown for winning the first season of Snapdragon Conquest. It was inspiring to see the strategies and the high level of perseverance the gamers demonstrated throughout the tournament.”
Vagadia talked about how Qualcomm tried to bring gaming talent and communities together throughout India. He believes that India has a very promising esports ecosystem and the brand is committed to support it in any way possible through future events similar to Snapdragon Conquest. The event was one of the most successful mobile esports tournaments till date with four months of continues matches that culminated into the finals on March 12th and 13th.
If you missed out on the Season 1 finale, you can catch it live on the official Qualcomm Snapdragon Conquest YouTube channel where all the VODs have been uploaded. Free Fire fans can stay tuned to the official website or YouTube channel to stay updated on the next season and other events Qualcomm has in store for the community.