Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS) for Third Year Announced: All Games, Regions, Format, Prize Pool and Much more


The Third Year of The Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS) has been announced for 7 mobile esports spanning 6 regions with a $4.4 million prize pool.

SPS is a multi-game mobile esports tournament series organized by the ESL Faceit Group (EFG) and sponsored by semiconductor chip manufacturer Qualcomm.

In the last two years, they have organized multiple tournaments for PUBG Mobile, BGMI (India), Asphalt 9:Legends, Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, League of Legends, Clash Royale, Free Fire, Legends of Runeterra, and Call of Duty Mobile.

This year, the tournament has expanded its official partnerships with three major publishers – Activision, MOONTON, and Supercell resulting in a much larger format with a staggering $4.4 million prize pool.

All Games are Included in SPS Year 3:

  1. Brawl Stars
  2. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB)
  3. Free Fire
  4. Clash of Clans,
  5. Call of Duty (CoD) Mobile
  6. BGMI (India only)
  7. Asphalt 9:Legends

With different formats through the circuit, the Snapdragon Pro Series will hold events for different regions throughout the years.


  • Europe-MENA
  • North America (NA)
  • Latin America (LATAM)
  • Asia-Pacific (APEC)
  • India
  • China

Format Overview:

The 2024 circuit consists of 2 Seasons (s5, s6) each having 2 Regional stages – Open stage and challenge Stage

1) The Open Stage (Mobile Open) – Serves as the qualifier for each region

  • Multiple Open Cups
  • Open Finals

2) The Challenge Stage – The main event of each season – Best teams from each region

  • Challenge Season – s5 and s6
  • Challenge Finals – s5 and s6

3) Mobile Masters – The International LAN event at the end of the circuit – Top 2 teams from every region (from all seasons: s5+s6)

  • Group Stage
  • Playoff stage

What’s New in Year 3?

Brawl Stars Championship be Integrated into the SPS

One of the most significant developments in Year 3 is that the entire Brawl Stars Championship will be integrated with SPS.

This is part of a multi-year partnership between ESL and Supercell, with a $2 million Brawl Stars tournament added to the Pro Series.

Expanding the MLBB Ecosystem

Another noteworthy partnership is the one with MOONTON Games, the creators of the hugely popular mobile MOBA game, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.

The SPS MLBB will kick off with the Mobile Open on April 8, offering players from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia the chance to compete on the world stage, including a slot at the Esports World Cup in Saudi Arabia.

The SPS MLBB will also feature an online all-female esports competition, providing a unique platform for female gamers to showcase their skills and earn a spot at the Esports World Cup.

Clash of Clans

The SPS Clash of Clans tournament will offer a coveted slot at the official Last-Chance Qualifier for the Clash of Clans World Championship Finals, adding even more excitement to the competition.

Call of Duty Mobile

As for Call of Duty Mobile, the partnership between ESL Faceit Group and Activision will continue, with more opportunities for the global player base to compete on the world stage.


Before the Third year SPS events kick-off, the Snapdragon Mobile Masters for CODM and Free Fire will take place later this month.

This international event will feature a $200,000 prize pool for tournaments with the latter including qualification to the Esports World Cup.

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