Mobile esports is gradually gaining popularity alongside their PC and Console brethren and 2020 is set to be the biggest year of mobile esports. One of the mobile titles that ended 2019 with a big bang among mobile gamers and is expected to increase its competitive trend in 2020 is Supercell’s Brawl Stars.
Brawl Stars is a freemium mobile game that is centered on shooting other players to bring down their health and defeat them.
With the popularity the title enjoyed in 2019, the developers have announced significant commitment, which means more structure, prize money and new organizations entering the space.
Brawl Star has also seen the birth of a community in the west of Africa, a young but fast growing as the continent continues to embrace mobile esports.
Brawl Star Nigeria is a community for players in Nigeria and other parts of Africa. The community is built on making players competitive and being able to compete with other communities in different parts of the world. The vision is to build a community that can represent the continent in global championships that will be hosted by Supercell.
Brawl Stars Nigeria hosts the Nigerian Brawl League, its maiden event which starts January 4th and runs for 8 weeks. The league will feature 10 teams battling it out for a play-off spot of 4 teams with an aim for the championship crown.
The event is proudly supported by Kolosafo Gaming and Esports Nigeria.
Viewers can catch live streams of the tournament on Kolosafo Gaming’s twitch channel.