Supercell has recently announced details for the Brawl Stars Championship (BSC) 2022. The championship is going to start in February, with a higher prize pool and a bigger format!
This time, the BSC is starting earlier than usual which is good news for esports fans! Things would be kicking off with monthly qualifiers. The Power Match format would be used for the monthly qualifiers and finals. In this, the teams will enter into a draft phase before matches where they can pick and ban Brawlers. Supercell has also rightly introduced a double-elimination bracket. This will allow for a more diverse group to make it to the finals with second chances.
The first monthly final in March. There will be several monthly competitions throughout the year, as it happened last year. This would will determine the teams in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2022.
The company has also announced that it will increase support for grassroots competitions. More reasons for esports fans to rejoice!
The middle of the season would see a new mid-season invitational. It would feature the top teams from the BSC who will compete in an offline venue for more prize money!
This is the slot distribution for the finals:
- LATAM South: Two teams
- Mainland China: One team
- EECA: Two teams
- EMEA: Five teams
- East Asia: Two teams
- SESA and ANZ: One team
- North America and LATAM North: Three teams