Snapdragon Pro Series Unveils Year 3 Plans for Mobile Esports Dominance


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Snapdragon Pro Series Unveils Year 3 Plans for Mobile Esports Dominance

John Dave Rossel
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MLBB, CODM, CoC, Brawl Stars, and Free Fire to be a part of Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3.
The upcoming tournament will feature around a $4.4 million USD prize pool.
Here is a quick look at the upcoming Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3 as well as an update on some of its key flagship titles.

ESL FACEIT Group (EFG) and Qualcomm Technologies Inc. have announced an exciting expansion of their collaboration, setting the stage for an exhilarating Year 3 of the Snapdragon Pro Series. The upcoming event will feature a plethora of powerhouse esports titles such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), Call of Duty: Mobile (CODM), Clash of Clans (CoC), and many more. 

As the world's premier esports and video game entertainment company, ESL FACEIT Group is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of mobile gaming, and their partnership with Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a leader in mobile technology, is a testament to their commitment to innovation in the esports scene.

Here is a quick look at the upcoming Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3 as well as an update on some of its key flagship titles.

Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3 plans unveiled

The upcoming Seasons 5 and 6 of the Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3 promise to be monumental, featuring the largest prize pool in the history of the series, totalling around $4.4 million USD. This substantial investment underscores the growing significance of mobile esports and solidifies the Snapdragon Pro Series as a major player in the esports scene.

The Snapdragon Pro Series continues to raise the bar by offering competitors the opportunity to engage in thrilling battles across seven of the world's most popular titles. Thanks to strategic partnerships with industry giants such as Activision Publishing, Inc., MOONTON Games, and Supercell, players will have access to an unprecedented level of competition and entertainment.

Sam Braithwaite, VP of Game Ecosystems, Mobile at ESL FACEIT Group, expressed his enthusiasm for the future of mobile esports, stating, "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."

Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3 To Include Mobile Legends Featuring Massive Prize Pool


An Overview of Year 3

Looking ahead to Year 3, the Snapdragon Pro Series is poised for even greater achievements. The roadmap for the upcoming season includes a diverse array of global competitions, starting with the Mobile Open across various titles culminating in the highly anticipated Mobile Masters event in 2025.

One of the highlights of Year 3 is the inclusion of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) in Southeast Asia, a region where mobile gaming consumption has experienced exponential growth. With the support of MOONTON Games, the Snapdragon Pro Series aims to capitalize on the immense popularity of MLBB and deliver an unparalleled esports experience to fans across the region.

Moreover, the Snapdragon Pro Series will continue to expand its partnerships with key developers, including Supercell for Brawl Stars and Activision Publishing, Inc. for Call of Duty: Mobile. These collaborations will not only enhance the competitive landscape but also provide players with new opportunities to showcase their skills on a global stage.

A breakdown of updates for key titles reveals exciting developments across the board:

  • Brawl Stars - The Snapdragon Pro Series will serve as the global operator of the Brawl Stars Championship, spanning over 190 countries. Players can expect intense competition, with live qualifiers leading up to the World Finals.

  • MLBB - Partnering with MOONTON Games, the Snapdragon Pro Series will host a series of MLBB competitions, including tournaments specifically designed for women competitors.

  • Garena Free Fire - Mobile Open play for Garena Free Fire will commence in Latin America, offering players a chance to qualify for international events.

  • Clash of Clans - Snapdragon Pro Series CoC competition will contribute to the official Clash of Clans Last Chance Qualifier tournament, paving the way for aspiring champions.

  • Call of Duty: Mobile - The Snapdragon Pro Series will once again collaborate with Activision Publishing, Inc. to bring Call of Duty©: Mobile esports to the forefront.

Watch the trailer as Year 3 kicks off this month, with some competitions already underway. 

More information about the Snapdragon Pro Series Year 3 shall be revealed at a later date. Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled for more announcements in the near future.

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John has been reporting developments on major mobile MOBA titles such as Mobile Legends, Wild Rift, and Arena of Valor for over two years. He also understands and follows various other PC/Mobile games such as League of Legends, Crossfire, Warcraft and more.

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