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PUBG Mobile: Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon Conquest for PUBG Mobile Pro Series

PUBG Mobile: Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon Conquest for PUBG Mobile Pro Series

Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon Conquest for PUBG Mobile Pro Series. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announced today the Snapdragon Conquest Esports tournament, which will involve gamers from Indonesia and Vietnam. Players have signed up for the PUBG Mobile Pro Series competition starting September 21, 2021. A total of 16 professional mobile gaming teams from each country will compete in this tournament in three rounds before the Grand Finale.

In this new season of the tournament, players will play PUBG Mobile, a multiplayer battle royale game with a first-person shooter (FPS) genre created and published by KRAFTON and Tencent Games. There will be two teams of four players, and equipment and weapons will be used to win the match.

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Various rounds of the tournament will be broadcasted live, allowing gamers and Esports fans to monitor and cheer on their favorite Esports players. The tournament will run until October 2021. In November 2020, Qualcomm Technologies launches Snapdragon ConQuest, a competition aimed at giving young talent a chance to shine in the rapidly expanding mobile game sector.

The tournament has demonstrated tremendous popularity among players from all walks of life, all social classes, and all demographic types. Qualcomm is now taking Snapdragon ConQuest to Southeast Asia, inviting teams from countries such as Indonesia like Bigetron Red Aliens, EVOS Reborn, and from Vietnam such as HVNB, OneMore, and many other teams. Snapdragon ConQuest: PUBG Mobile Pro Series events will bring intense competition, agility, and exciting battles between Indonesian and Vietnamese teams.

This tournament will be live-streamed on YouTube in English and Indonesian from 21st September 2021. In November, Snapdragon ConQuest will also host the PUBG Mobile All-Stars tournament.

Besides this Qualcomm is also organizing the ongoing Free Fire Pro-Series tournament featuring a huge prize pool of Rs. 30 lakh. This shows that Qualcomm Technologies is supporting different-different mobile gaming industries and discovering promising talent and providing them a huge platform to showcase their skills.

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