ESL FACEIT Group has revealed details of Year 2 for the Snapdragon Pro Series. This includes a Call Of Duty: Mobile Expansion in Latin America.
ESL FACEIT Group has announced that the Snapdragon Series will launch in Latin America this week. Call of Duty: Mobile tournaments. In Year 2, the organization is planning a 10-game series with a maximum prize pool of $2,575,000. The Year 2 competition will allow both long-time competitors and newcomers to participate, as the organization expands into a new competitive market. Below are the specifics of what is to come, straight from the company.
“For the very first time, Latin American mobile gamers will have the opportunity to compete using Samsung Galaxy devices for Call of Duty: Mobile and Garena Fire. Asphalt 9 is also part of this series. The program’s expansion in Latin America is a core part of EFG and Qualcomm’s commitment to improve access to mobile gaming. Nearly a quarter (24%) of mobile gamers are based there. The Snapdragon Pro Series will be able to play Call of Duty: Mobile in Year 2. This partnership is with Activision Publishing, Inc. The competition in Asia-Pacific will continue to grow, with the expansion of Mobile Legends Bang Bang as well as Garena’s Free Fire program.
Snapdragon Pro Series Year 2
Brawl Stars: The Snapdragon Pro Series is a circuit that will earn points for European teams as they travel to the Brawl Stars World Finals.
Call of Duty Mobile: In partnership with Activision Publishing, Inc. Call of Duty Mobile The title will be a Mobile Masters and have a USD $1.5 Million prize pool in its first year. It is part of the Snapdragon Series. The first of the year’s season will culminate in the Call of Duty Mobile Mobile Masters will be the final event of the World Championship and second season.
Free Fire: Garena’s Snapdragon Pro Series had a stellar year in which it attracted some of highest viewers worldwide. Free Fire In Year 2, the title will be upgraded to Mobile Masters with a USD $200k prize pool.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang EFG will add a USD $150,00 event to its Snapdragon Series circuit, making it the first stadium-based event in mobile esports.
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