SPS New State Mobile Open India Announced: Registration Details and Format
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ESL India has collaborated with NODWIN Gaming to announce the Snapdragon Pro Series New State Mobile Open India, featuring a massive prize pool of $123,000 USD (INR 99,75,060) which will be split between the top 24 teams that make their way through the open qualifiers.
The registrations for this particular tournament started on 30th November and are currently open to all those interested in showcasing their skills and talent, just make sure that you are at least 16 years or older.
SPS New State Mobile Open India - Registration Details, Format, Prize Pool Distribution
Since the most popular mobile battle royale of India, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), was handed a ban by the Indian Government, certain other competitive mobile titles have noticed a surge in popularity, including New State Mobile which celebrated its one-year anniversary last month in November.
ESL India along with NODWIN Gaming is trying to capitalize on this and provide the necessary push to see if New State Mobile has the potential to turn into a mainstream esports title within the country.
Towards this, the tournament organizers have announced the Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS) New State Mobile Open India which is also being dubbed as Snapdragon Conquest New State Mobile: Pro Series.
The registrations for the tournament started yesterday on 30th November and will continue to take place for some time. So all those interested in proving themselves and showcasing their talent, can visit the official website or click on the link provided below.
Registration Link - Snapdragon Pro Series India
Users will be required to fill a Google Document which consists of nine pages following which they will be registered successfully.
The tournament has been divided into five separate stages, starting on 12th December with the open qualifiers and coming to an end sometime next year with a LAN event.
Open Qualifier | 12th to 20th December 2022
All registered teams will compete in the open qualifiers, but only the top 32 teams will move ahead to the next stage.
Open Finals | 28th to 30th December 2022
The 32 qualified teams will continue fighting it out across these three days with the top 16 teams moving on to the mobile challenge.
Mobile Challenge | 5th to 15th January, 2023
The 16 teams from the open qualifiers will go up against 16 directly invited teams. From this collection of 32 teams, only the top 24 will proceed to the next stage.
Challenger Finals | TBD
Moving on from online competition, this stage will take place on LAN where the 24 teams will compete for the 16 grand final slots.
Grand Finals | TBD
This will be the final stage which will take place across a two-day LAN event. The 16 final teams fighting for the championship along with lion's share of the total prize pool.
The total prize pool of $123,000 USD will be distributed between the top 24 teams that make it all the way through to the Challenger Finals, based on the teams overall rankings.
1st - $24,000
2nd - $19,000
3rd - $15,000
4th - $11,000
5th - $8,000
6th - 8th - $5,000
9th - 10th - $3,000
11th - 12th - $2,500
13th - 16th - $2,000
17th - 24th - $1,000
MVP - $4,000
It will be interesting to see which teams from India receive a direct invite for the SPS New State Mobile Open India, with many organizations setting up a new team dedicated towards this quickly rising competitive mobile title.