Qualcomm Technologies, one of the world’s largest chip makers, will be organizing a Free Fire tournament for the first time in India. As a slice of another larger program named Snapdragon Conquest, this tournament will join a hand with the company in taking a step further to hosting more tournaments under ‘Snapdragon Conquest’.

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As pointed out by a recent report, India has been speedily emerging as the most propitious market for the gaming industry, especially mobile game developers. With the aid of 4G technology in combination with a variety of smartphones, from dirt-cheap to high-end models, Indian users have the best-ever opportunity to experience popular titles such as PUBG Mobile or Free Fire, and even set foot on the esports scene of mobile gaming.

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Here’s everything we’ve known so far about the Qualcomm Snapdragon Conquest: Free Fire Open 2020.

Not long after PUBG Corp. declared a $100M investment in India, Qualcomm also follows such a move while announcing the Snapdragon Conquest program to bolster not only the esports trend but also the company’s public image.

The "Snapdragon Conquest" initiative is set to host multiple professional gaming events of renowned video games from now on, with Garena Free Fire being the first title to feature in the first tournament named Snapdragon Conquest: Free Fire Open 2020. The total prize pool comes in at as much as Rs 50,00,000 but up to now, there’s no word on the prize distribution.

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"The Snapdragon brand is known for delivering superior gaming experiences. Our work with the larger ecosystem of OEMs, game developers, and publishers, is helping us learn and provide an upgraded gaming experience across multiple price tiers. We are really excited about the launch of Snapdragon Conquest, our new gaming program. With Snapdragon Conquest, we are creating a community that challenges the competitive skills of gamers, allowing us a deeper understanding of the gaming needs of all our users in India," said Rajen Vagadia from Qualcomm India & SAARC.

Also, Qualcomm has yet to go public with detailed information regarding the registration date or schedules, but one thing for sure is that no registration/entry fee can be found. One more thing, Snapdragon Conquest: Free Fire Open 2020 will be broadcasted live in addition to players being allowed to broadcast their live stream as well.