ESL Snapdragon Pro Series Wild Rift : Schedules, Format, Where to Watch

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ESL Snapdragon Pro Series Wild Rift: Schedules, Format, Where to Watch

John Dave Rossel
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Highlights
ESL's Snapdragon Pro Series adds Wild Rift as one of its mobile esports tournaments.
The tournament boasts a $75,000 USD prize pool.
The tournament will feature regional cups for the regions of Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines.

League of Legends: Wild Rift joins Electronic Sports League’s (ESL) new mobile esports event, the Snapdragon Pro Series. The tournament is divided into three tiers - the Mobile Open, Mobile Challenge, and the Mobile Masters. Each tier of the tournament yields its own set of prize pools for interested players all over the Southeast Asian (SEA) region. Teams will be competing from the Mobile Open leading to the highest stage of the esports event, the Mobile Master. The ESL Snapdragon Pro Series is one of the world’s popular multi-genre mobile esports competitions. Spanning across multiple regions and a wide range of games, Wild Rift shall be one of the esports titles featured in the tournament.

Wild Rift ESL Snapdragon Pro Series tournament details

Aspiring players of all skill levels now get a chance to experience the thrill of the Wild Rift esports scene and stand a chance to win the lion’s share of the $75,000 USD prize pool. The first phase of the tournament will feature regional cups for the regions of Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines.

The top-performing teams will earn a ticket to the main event, the Mobile Masters to compete against the best players in South East Asia.

Tournament Prize Pool Revealed

Tournament Prize Pool Revealed

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Tournament Format

For the first stage, amateur and semi-professional teams will compete in two dedicated qualifiers for each SEA region to select the top-performing teams that shall proceed to the next stage of the competition.

Mobile Open

The program is split into 2 stages. The first stage, the Snapdragon Mobile Open, will focus on both amateur and semi-professional teams and shall run from 9th to 16th July. There will be 2 dedicated qualifiers for each region to select the best aspiring teams and players.

Teams will be competing in a double-elimination bracket. In addition, the top 2 teams from each region will move to the Snapdragon Mobile Challenge to face off against the best teams in Southeast Asia.

Mobile Challenge

In the second stage, the top eight teams from each region compete in a round-robin format where the top 5 teams will qualify for the offline final.

Matches will be played every Saturday and Sunday starting on 3rd Sept and shall go on until 25th Sept. The offline grand finals will take place from 15th to 16th October. More information about the tournament venue will be revealed at a later date.

Tournament Format Infographic

Tournament Format Infographic

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Prize Pool

Each stage of the ESL Snapdragon Pro Series Wild Rift tournament will have its own prize pool;

  • Mobile Open - SGD 40,000 ($28,753 USD)

  • Mobile Challenge - SGD 60,000 ($43,130 USD)

Tournament Schedule

  • Mobile Open Thailand Cup #1: 9th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

  • Mobile Open Thailand Cup #2: 16th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

  • Mobile Open Indonesia Cup #1: 9th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

  • Mobile Open Indonesia Cup #2: 16th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

  • Mobile Open Vietnam Cup #1: 9th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

  • Mobile Open Vietnam Cup #2: 16th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

  • Mobile Open Malaysia/Singapore/Philippines Cup #1: 9th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

  • Mobile Open Malaysia/Singapore/Philippines Cup #2: 16th July 1:00 PM (SGT)

How to register for the ESL Snapdragon Pro Series Wild Rift tournament

Interested players can head to the link provided to register their teams for the upcoming tournament. Players from Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines should take note that their tournament is under one event named MSP.

When and Where to watch the ESL Snapdragon Pro Series Wild Rift tournament

Mobile Open

  • Day 1 - 6th and 7th August

  • Day 2 - 13th and 14th August

  • Day 3 - 20th and 21st August

Mobile Challenge

  • Day 1 - 3rd and 4th September

  • Day 2 - 10th and 11th September

  • Day 3 - 17th and 18th September

  • Day 4 - 24th and 25th September

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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.