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Alla Zakarian

25-06-2019 | 13:56 Esport (cyber)

TOP 4 upcoming mobile esports games

Over the past few years, mobile esports have grown at a substantial rate to become almost as big as mainstream esports. As mobile esports continues to grow, more games are stepping into the fray. Here are four mobile games that could have bright futures. Brawl Stars Brawl Stars, the latest title from Supercell, is a free-to-play multiplayer online-based arena (MOBA) game that came out globally in December 2018. The game is a part of the DreamHack Mobile Series. It has weekly tournaments in North America that are supported by Supercell. The weekly tournaments are called the Brawl Stars Open and have a prize pool of over $1,000. Supercell Call of Duty Mobile Call of Duty Mobile has been developed by Activision and Tencent and has elements from across the Call of Duty franchise. The five-vs-five shooter will undoubtedly be a huge success as it already has over 10 million pre-registrants. Activision Guns of Boom Guns of Boom is one of the few mobile games with a properly-structured esports league. The game has a $500,000 prize pool for its first season in 2019. Its esports competitions are open to players from almost all regions of the world, including Latin America, Europe, North America, and Southeast Asia. Game-Insight Asphalt 9: Legends Gameloft’s ninth instalment in the Asphalt series came out in February 2018, and since then, the racing game has had many esports tournaments. Asphalt Esports Series 2019  has a $22,336 prize pool. Gameloft

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