Qualcomm partners with ESL Gaming to launch Snapdragon Pro Series with $2 million in prize money

Enrique, 08 March 2022

Qualcomm and ESL Gaming have just announced a multi-year partnership to “provide accessible and high quality mobile esports experiences for both new and veteran competitors.” The Snapdragon Pro Series isn’t a chipset, but rather a series of mobile esports competitions across North America, Europe, the Middle-East, China, North Africa, and Asia-Pacific.

ESL Gaming partners with Qualcomm to launch Snapdragon Pro Series with $2 million in prize money

There will be three competition tiers: Open, Challenge, and Masters. Players across all regions could win from an estimated $2 million in price money – presumably over the course of the multi-year Series.

The competitions will leverage premium-tier Snapdragon-powered devices using “Snapdragon Elite Gaming” optimizations.

The partnership with ESL is part of Qualcomm’s gaming strategy and to leverage the Snapdragon name with the mobile esports industry.



Reader comments

  • AnonD-731363
  • 09 Mar 2022
  • Lfw

20 million could be enough 2 millions over the course of several years sounds creepy.

  • JustSomeRandomGuy
  • 09 Mar 2022
  • EwD


  • Anonymous
  • 09 Mar 2022
  • 63x

Pretty sure the games will be something like Fortnite, Mobile Legends Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty Mobile, and League of Legends. No thanks, I'll stick to my consoles.

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