- ESL has announced the BGMI Snapdragon Pro-Series tournament, featuring a Rs 1 Crore prize pool.
- They have opened up registration for the event’s open qualifier, Snapdragon Mobile Conquest Open, which features 2048 teams.
- Only the top eight teams from the open qualifier will advance to the next stage of the tournament.
ESL, one of the prominent esports tournament organizers have announced a new BGMI tournament, titled Snapdragon Pro Series. The tournament also features an open-for-all qualifier phase where underdog registered teams can partake in the event. BGMI Tier 1 teams who have been playing well in recent times will be invited to the later phase of the event.
Snapdragon Pro Series will kick off with the open qualifier, Snapdragon Mobile Conquest Open whose registrations are now live. The registrations went live on December 6 and eligible players can click here to register for the open qualifier. The slots are limited so it is better to register as fast as you can.
Let us know more details about the tournament structure and format.
BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series Announced: SPS Mobile Conquest Open Registrations Started
The registrations are now live and only 2048 teams will participate in the first phase i.e., Snapdragon Mobile Conquest Open. The slots will be filled as 2048 registrations are completed. To register, each player in the team must be above 16 years of age. They must not change the In-game Name without informing the organizers, and their name should not provoke or be offensive to anyone, religion, country, gender, or race.
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— ESL India (@ESL_India) December 6, 2023
Speaking of its format, the open qualifier featuring 2048 teams will take place first. Out of 2048 teams, only the top eight teams will advance to the next phase of the tournament. It means only 1 out of every 256 teams will have the chance to make it to the next stage. There will be a huge and tough competition in this open qualifier as the qualifying slots are very low. In order to qualify for the next stage, teams in this stage have to put up strong performances and victories.
The qualified eight teams from the open qualifiers will be accompanied by 24 directly invited teams. These 32 teams will be divided into four groups of eight teams each and fight in a round-robin format for 12 days. The top 16 teams will qualify for the Grand Finals.
The Grand Finals will take place as a LAN event and only 16 top teams from the Challenger stage will qualify for this round which will take place for three days. The team with the highest number of points on the third day will be crowned as the champion. The highlight point of this tournament is that it boasts a massive prize pool of Rs 1 Crore.
However, the tournament organizers have not revealed the start and end date of the BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series. Moreover, they did not reveal the 24 invitees who will be competing in the Challenger Stage. We may expect teams like Gladiators Esports, OR Esports, Soul, Godlike and more will be invited.
Currently, BGMI Pro Series 2023, featuring Rs 1 Crore and 96 invited teams is taking place. It is scheduled to conclude by December 17. Hence, we may expect this tournament to take place by the end of this month or in early January.
In 2022, ESL announced the Snapdragon Conquest Mobile Open featuring a Rs 50 Lakh prize pool. However, it was cancelled as the game got banned shortly after its ban. Now that it is back, the organizers have announced a new IP with a bigger prize pool.