ESL FACEIT Group [EFG] and Qualcomm Technologies today announced the Snapdragon® Pro Series will host its first multi-title live event at DreamHack Valencia. From December 9-11, top League of Legends: Wild Rift competitors from Europe and North Africa and Brawl Stars teams from Europe, Middle East, and North Africa (MENA) will gather at the Valencia Fair in Valencia, Spain, to face off in the Season 2 finals of the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Challenge. Meanwhile, the event will crown the first-ever Wild Circuit: Game Changers champions from a pool of Europe, Turkey, and North Africa’s top women Wild Rift competitors.
“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,” said Kevin Rosenblatt, SVP Game Ecosystems, ESL FACEIT Group. “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. We’re looking forward to continuing to build upon this program and deliver more opportunities for players to climb the ranks and raise the global profile of mobile esports.”
Throughout the weekend, teams will compete across three marquee tournaments:
- Day 1 – Wild Circuit: Game Changers: DreamHack Valencia marks the first championship for the women’s Wild Rift ecosystem, which rallies the best women competitors from Turkey, Europe, and North Africa as they compete for nearly USD $18,000 in prize money.
- Day 2 – League of Legends: Wild Rift EUR & North Africa Finals: Top European and North African talent from the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Challenge circuit will battle to be crowned the new championship team and claim the lion’s share of the total USD $30,000 prize pool.
- Day 3 – Brawl Stars EUR & MENA Finals: Competitors from across the region will convene for the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Challenge title and share of a USD $38,000 in one of the top rising mobile esports titles.
DreamHack Valencia will also provide competitors with increased visibility on how to earn qualifier points for the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Masters circuit – all while competing to add to the points they have been earning throughout the season. Throughout Season 2, Snapdragon Pro Series competitors will earn on average 20 percent more points on their Road to Masters than Season 1, making each victory even more rewarding. A full breakdown of points earned per placement can be found here.
“We’re always eager to put the women of the Wild Rift community into the international spotlight – and hosting the finals of the Wild Circuit Game Changers at DreamHack Valencia is a fantastic opportunity to do this.” said Maxilmilian Wischow, EMEA Product Lead Organized Play & Wild Rift Esports, Riot Games. “We’re excited for fans to witness all the thrills and wild plays that mobile esports is known for – whilst ourselves being proud of the strong ties to inclusion and diversity that both Game Changers and the Snapdragon® Pro Series are driving.”
For more information or to purchase tickets to DreamHack Valencia, visit www.dreamhack.es. For details on the Snapdragon Pro Series, visit snapdragonproseries.com, and follow on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.