ESL Gaming and Qualcomm Partnered for Snapdragon Pro esports Series Featuring Prizepool of $2 million – As mobile gaming becoming increasingly relevant day by day, processor company Qualcomm and Esports tournament organizer ESL Gaming have teamed up to create the Snapdragon Pro Series, a mobile gaming league. The league will feature three levels of competition: Open, Challenge, and Masters, with a total prize pool of roughly $2 million.
With tournaments in North America, Europe, the Middle East, China, North Africa, and Asia-Pacific, the Snapdragon Pro Series will offer a comprehensive global mobile esports ecosystem. Snapdragon Pro Series will kick out a global, multi-genre mobile esports championship that will culminate in an epic live Masters final.
Rodrigo Samwell, CCO of ESL Gaming, said, “The tremendous rise of mobile esports is well-documented, and we’re very pleased of the role ESL has played in that to date.” “Our new partnership with Qualcomm Technologies and the Snapdragon brand will help us realize the full potential of our mobile ecosystem.” We’re pleased to help players and fans all over the world shape the future of mobile esports, as we continue to build a world where anyone can be someone.”
Despite the lack of detailed specifics about the series, it is expected to include a number of regional leagues and tournaments, as well as a large-scale global finals event for its Masters’ level competition. ESL Mobile held competitions for Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, PUBG Mobile, and League of Legends: Wild Rift last year, but no details about the games that will be used throughout the series have been published.
ESL Gaming is the largest esports and gaming lifestyle organization in the world. Under the ESL Pro Tour, the firm runs high-profile, branded worldwide leagues and tournaments such as ESL One, Intel Extreme Masters, DreamHack Masters, and ESL Pro League. Visit the Snapdragon Pro Series’ official website for more information, and follow the Snapdragon Pro Series on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Stay tuned for more information about the program in the coming months.