ESL FACEIT Group and Supercell Announce Partnership for Snapdragon Pro Series Brawl Stars Championship

ESL FACEIT Group and Supercell Announce Partnership for Snapdragon Pro Series Brawl Stars Championship

1. March 2024 by Valentin Pasetti

ESL FACEIT Group (EFG), a leading esports and video game entertainment company, and mobile game development company Supercell have joined forces to produce the Snapdragon Pro Series Powered by Samsung Galaxy, the official operator of the Brawl Stars Championship.

This global competition, spanning nearly 200 countries, will kick off in March and conclude with the Brawl Stars World Finals in November.

Partnership Details

The collaboration between EFG and Supercell marks a significant milestone in their relationship. Brawl Stars, a fast-paced 3v3 multiplayer and battle royale game, will take center stage as a pillar of the Snapdragon Pro Series for the coming years.

This year’s circuit boasts up to $2M in prizes, with Supercell also introducing a crowdfunding component for the Brawl Stars World Finals in November.

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Competition Format

Each month, millions of players and thousands of teams from five regions worldwide will vie for a coveted spot in the Brawl Stars World Finals. The competition will be available in over 190 countries and territories through five regional leagues: Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), North America, South America, and mainland China.

Tournament Structure

APAC, EMEA, and North and South America will compete in monthly online qualifiers and monthly finals, providing teams with a pathway to the World Finals.

Additionally, there will be an offline Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) at the end of August, offering one final opportunity for teams to secure a spot in the World Finals. Details regarding the LCQ and World Finals locations will be revealed in due course.


Statement from Supercell

Kim Jensen, Head of Brawl Stars Esports at Supercell, expressed excitement about the partnership, stating, “The Snapdragon Pro Series has proven to be a premier circuit for mobile esports due to its global reach and high production value. We look forward to working with the EFG team to reach new audiences and establish Brawl Stars as a leading mobile esport.”

Statement from ESL FACEIT Group

Sam Braithwaite, Vice President of Game Ecosystems, Mobile, at ESL FACEIT Group, commented, “Brawl Stars has been a catalyst for the growth of the Snapdragon Pro Series from day one, much like our collaboration with Supercell on other titles like Clash of Clans.”

“Our deep understanding of the Brawl Stars esports ecosystem and years of experience operating mobile leagues globally position us to make the Brawl Stars Championship 2024 the best yet.”

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