E-sports tournament organizer cooperated with to run a mobile gaming tournament. The There will be three levels of competition – Open, Challenge, and Master – and there’s about $2 million in prize money.
The tournaments will be held in six regions: North America, Europe, Middle East, China, North Africa and Asia-Pacific. The “multi-genre” competition will be intense with a live event for Master level players. Details about the Snapdragon Pro Series, including which games will be used, will be revealed in the coming months.
ESL a mobile e-sports ecosystem last year with a smaller prize pool of $650,000 and games included Clash of clans, PUBG Mobile and League of Legends: Wild Rift. With Qualcomm’s involvement and more money, there’s a greater opportunity for skilled mobile gamers to compete in eSports and win potentially life-changing prizes. For Qualcomm, the circuit could prove a valuable performer by allowing esports fans to see how well games run. mobile device.
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