PRize Pool

$ 35,000 USD

Format

 17 August - 29 August 2022
(Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 18:00 CEST)

  5 September - 16 September 2022
(Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 18:00 CEST)

Open Qualifiers will consist of 2 weeks of Open Cups, with 2 separate splits in the season. There will be 2 to 3 cups per week.
Placements in each cup grant players a fixed amount of points that will be summed up in a leaderboard. At the end of the 3 weeks, the top 8 teams will move on to the Open Finals based on the points collected.

 24-25 September 2022 (15:45 CEST)

The top 8 players from both splits will face each other in a double elimination bracket to determine the top 8 qualifying to Challenge Season.

  8 October - 29 October 2022

The top 8 teams from Open will play in a 4-week long, single round-robin tournament where each team will face every other team once.  The top 4 teams from here will advance into the Challenge Finals.

 TBD

The top 4 teams from the Challenge Season will be placed into a double-elimination bracket. The winner will be named the number one team in the region!

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FAQ

The Snapdragon Pro Series is the fastest growing mobile esports platform in the world. Players have the unique opportunity to compete against others in their region across several of the hottest game titles. The program consists of three competitive tiers, allowing players of all skill levels to compete and win.
Create an account on ESL Play. Link your Clash Royale account to your profile. Select the cup that you wish to compete in, and use the buttons on the side of the cup page to sign-up! Shortly before the cups start, you will need to check in, stating that you are ready to play.
If you are not able to win a cup or qualify through the leaderboard in the first split, not to worry! You can attempt to qualify again in the second split!
Every player is allowed to compete in both splits and fight for prizes in both of them!
Single-elimination is another way of saying "you have 1 life". If you lose a match, you are out of the cup.
As long as you are over 16, and competing from an allowed region, you can compete! Please check each specific game title for more in depth qualifications.
You can submit a support ticket on the ESL website, or you can also reach out to the admin team in the Snapdragon Pro Series Discord!