ESL FACEIT Group (EFG) and Activision join forces for Call of Duty: Mobile

April 26, 2023

Leading esports and video game entertainment company ESL FACEIT Group (EFG) has announced a new two-year partnership with Activision, which will bring Call of Duty: Mobile to the Snapdragon Pro Series. The partnership will make Call of Duty: Mobile present across all Snapdragon Pro Series events, with a reported US$1.5 million in prize money in 2023.

The Snapdragon Pro Series Season 3 will see the best Call of Duty: Mobile players fight against each other and will start with the in-game solo plays and team play qualifiers to the World Champs, which will have an in-person final where the top team will compete for the US$1m grand prize in December 2023.

The competition will kick-off from April 27, with in-game qualifiers for all the regions. Call of Duty: Mobile will return for Season 4 of the Snapdragon Pro Series in autumn later this year and give teams a chance to claim a spot at the US$200,000 Mobile Masters event in early 2024.

Sebastian Weishaar, President of Esports, EFG, commented:

Our partnership with Activision brings one of the most popular mobile esports in the world to the Snapdragon Pro Series and allows us to further democratise access to mobile esports while maintaining the prestige and foundation already established by the Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship. We’re looking forward to adding Call of Duty: Mobile to our global lineup of Snapdragon Pro Series titles, offering more opportunities to compete and providing US$1.5 million to Call of Duty: Mobile competitors in the 2023 competition year.

Jeff Gullett, Senior Director of Production at Activision, added:

With the Snapdragon Pro Series, ESL FACEIT Group and Qualcomm Technologies have created one of the largest, most accessible mobile esports ecosystems in the world, and we’re excited that Call of Duty: Mobile will be a part of it. Our partnership with EFG enables Call of Duty: Mobile players of all skill levels to get involved and creates a platform to go from player to global champion.

By joining the Snapdragon Pro Series, Call of Duty: Mobile will become the tenth esports title to join the league since its launch in April 2022.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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