The Snapdragon Pro Series, ESL Gaming’s mobile esports ecosystem, will host three live events during DreakHack Valencia, which will be taking place at the Valencia Fair from December 9th-11th.
Wild Circuit: Game Changers, the first championships for League of Legends: Wild Rift’s women’s scene, will take place at the gaming festival alongside Wild Rift EUR & North Africa Finals as well as Brawl Stars EUR & MENA Finals.
Both the Brawl Stars and Wild Rift finals conclude Season 2 of the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Challenge, the mobile ecosystem’s second tier. Brawl Stars competitors will compete for $38,000 (~£33,500) in prize money, while the Wild Rift event features a $30,000 (~£26,500) prize pool.
Wild Circuit: Game Changers will see women’s teams from Turkey, Europe and North Africa battle for $18,000 (~£15,900) in prizing.
The Snapdragon Pro Series is ESL Gaming’s ambitious attempt to develop a cross-title mobile esports ecosystem, spanning multiple regions and tournaments. The second season, unveiled fully in September, featured Wild Rift’s entry into the regional challenge ecosystem for Europe and MENA. The Master tier, Snapdragon’s top tier, only features one esports title for season 2 — Brawl Stars.
As a result, DreamHack Valencia will also provide competitors with further information on how to earn qualifier points for the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Masters circuit.
Kevin Rosenblatt, SVP of Game Ecosystems at ESL FACEIT Group, commented: “Scaled across three days and some of the most popular titles, mobile esports competition will be a focal point of DreamHack Valencia and will be one of our most impactful events to date.
“Building upon the growth and momentum of the Snapdragon Pro Series, this event will showcase how access to mobile esports provides one of the most diverse pools of competitors in gaming.”
Alongside various esports events, DreamHack Valencia will also include a range of fan activations, contests and concerts. This is the second time DreamHack will hold an event in Valencia this year after hosting its festival in July. DreamHack will also be making its debut in Japan in 2023.