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ESL’s Snapdragon Pro Series to Expand Season 2 Esports Offerings


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The Snapdragon Pro series is launching its second season which will see further coverage in its mobile esports ecosystem.

The league hosts tournaments for eight different mobile titles in five competitive regions: North America, EU and MENA, Asia-Pacific, India and China. Each region hosts tournaments for up to six titles at various levels of competition. The three levels include open amateur tournaments, semi-professional and professional play.

Season 2 will focus more on League of Legends: Wild Rift, Free Fire and Clash of Clans.

The Snapdragon Pro series is the result of a collaboration between esports event organizer conglomerate ESL FACEIT Group and global telecommunications giant Qualcomm. The multi-year deal was announced in March 2022, with plans to hand out $2 million in prize money.

In January 2022, Savvy Gaming Group spent $1.5 billion to acquire FACEIT and ESL Gaming, the parent company of ESL and DreamHack. Savvy Gaming Group is an offshoot of Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF).

ESL positions the Snapdragon Pro series as an esports outsourcing solution for mobile publishers. By supporting different levels of competition, ESL can cater to the needs of various emerging mobile esports. In Season 1, the Snapdragon Pro Series hosted PUBG Mobile’s semi-professional competition — PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) — covering four of the game’s six competitive regions. This deal with Krafton will continue into Season 2. Similarly, DreamHack and Blizzard Entertainment signed a deal for StarCraft II and Warcraft II: Reforged in January 2020.

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