Brawl Stars might not be amongst the most popular mobile games in the country, but Snapdragon’s presence in the global circuit for the title has given Indian players a chance to compete at the highest level through the Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS) Brawl Stars Open India.
This is a proper grassroots-level tournament because all qualified teams will have to compete through the open qualifiers and there will be no direct invites handed out to any team. As a result, the event has been divided into Split 1 and Split 2, featuring a total prize pool of INR 56,00,000 ($67,792 USD).
Here is everything you need to know about the SPS Brawl Stars Open India, which is scheduled to take place over the course of two months.
Snapdragon Pro Series Brawl Stars Open India: Complete Details
Brawl Stars teams and players from India have a chance to prove their skills and even get a chance to go against international competitors with the upcoming SPS Brawl Stars Open India.
Here is everything you need to know about this event both as a viewer and as a participant.
The entire tournament has been broadly divided into Split 1 and Split 2, both of them following the same qualification format.
Here is the entire schedule including the registration deadlines for all the qualifiers that are a part of Split 1.
Split 1 Open Finals will mark the end of this stage which is scheduled to take place on 8th January, 2023.
Here is the entire schedule including the registration deadlines for all the qualifiers that are a part of Split 2.
Split 2 Open Finals will mark the end of this stage which is scheduled to take place on 29th January, 2023.
Initially, the total prize pool for this tournament was INR 48,00,000 but it was later increased to INR 56,00,000. The detailed prize pool distribution will be announced at a later point in time.
This is a brilliant opportunity for all Brawl Stars players in the country to showcase their skills on a great platform. Not only will they be able to represent how good they are on a national level but will also be able to go head-to-head against international opponents.