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The Brawl Stars Championship is the official Esports competition for Brawl Stars, organized by Supercell. The Brawl Stars Championship is separated into four phases, each having their own pre-existing rules and systems that must be obliged in order to the enter the next stages. 72-hour in-game challenges are conducted for 8 months starting at February with online qualifiers happening the following week. Modes played during the Championship consist five of the six modes: Bounty, Brawl Ball, Gem Grab, Heist, Siege, and Hot Zone with pre-selected modes and maps chosen for matches.


Stage 1: Championship Challenges

Challenge Rewards
Wins Awarded
1 Brawl Box
2 Brawl Box
3 Championship Challenge Pin
4 Big Box
5 Big Box
6 750 Star Points
7 150 Coins
8 300 Coins
9 750 Star Points
10 150 Coins
11 300 Coins
12 1000 Star Points
13 200 Coins
14 350 Coins
15 1500 Star Points
Total 2 Brawl Boxes
2 Big Boxes
1450 Coins
4000 Star Points
Championship Challenge Pin
  • The in-game event only lasts 72 hours, and if one loses 3 times, they are eliminated and unable to continue until the next event.
  • You must have 800 trophies or more to play the championship.
  • There can not be duplicate Brawlers in the same team of any Championship game.
  • Everyone's stats are upgraded to Power Level 11 including Gears for the Championships only. You can use one Star Power and Gadget and 2 gears of your own choice during this event even if you do not own them, just like in a Friendly Battle. You cannot use Brawlers that you have not unlocked yet.
  • There are some offers in the shop for Star Points. They can only appear and be purchased once per challenge.
    • Big Box = 500 Star Points
    • Mega Box = 1500 Star Points
    • 2 Mega Boxes = 3000 Star Points
  • Players that complete the challenge and are of 16 years of age or older are able to compete in the Monthly Qualifiers.

Stage 2: Online Qualifiers

  • Teams are expected to form and maintain their own rosters. Teams may have up to 4 players on their roster at any given time, and they can remove players at their leisure so long as they maintain at least 2 players at all times, even in-between seasons.
  • At this stage you will have to find at least 2 other players that have completed the 15-win challenge to play with you in a team against other teams.
  • Every region will begin their Monthly Qualifiers one week after the end of the previous Championship Challenge.
  • Matches are played in a best-of-3 sets with best-of-3 game formats.
  • Teams compete in a Swiss style bracket with the top 8 teams from every region able to advance to the Monthly Finals. Points are gained based on the results of these sets. Teams are encouraged to keep playing even after a loss as this style of bracket does not eliminate teams but only forces them to play others at the same level. 2 points are gained based for every Swiss win.

Stage 3: Monthly Finals

  • The 8 best teams from each region will be invited to compete at the Monthly Finals with prize money and point rewards.
  • Over $600k is up for grabs in the Monthly Finals. Teams who qualify for the Monthly Finals will receive prize money based on their final rankings and region.
  • Matches are played in a best-of-3 sets and best-of-3 game formats. During the Semifinals and Grand Finals they will be played in a best-of-5 sets with best-of-3 game formats. Teams compete in a single elimination bracket in their regions. 100 points are gained for 1st place, 70 for 2nd place, 50 for 3rd place, and 35 for 5-8th place. Ties are broken through a team's previous opponents, set wins, and opponent's set wins.
  • Teams will be required to blindly select 2 Brawlers to be banned for matches. This allows for a maximum of 4 Brawlers to be banned for both teams and 2 Brawlers at minimum.
  • The Monthly Finals will broadcast on Youtube and/or Twitch.

Stage 4: World Finals

  • Win enough points at the Online Qualifiers and Monthly Finals to qualify for the Brawl Stars World Finals, for a large chunk of the over $1,000,000+ prize pool!
  • Brawl Stars Championships 2021 World Finals will have a minimum prize pool of $500,000 with an opportunity to increase this through in-game offers.
  • Games are played in a single elimination bracket best-of-5 matches and sets.
  • Teams will be required to blindly select 2 Brawlers to be banned for matches. This allows for a maximum of 4 Brawlers to be banned for both teams and 2 Brawlers at minimum.
  • The 16 best teams from their regional ranking tables will move onto the World Finals:
    • North America and Northern Latin America (NA & LATAM N) - 2 Teams
    • Southern Latin America (LATAM S) - 2 Teams
    • Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) - 5 Teams
    • Mainland China - 3 Teams
    • East Asia - 2 Teams
    • Southeast and South Asia & Australia and New Zealand (SESA & ANZ) - 1 Team
    • Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) - 1 Team
  • The World Finals will broadcast on Youtube(Brawl Stars Esports Channel) and/or Twitch(Brawl Stars Twitch).

Brawl Stars World Championship Timeline

  • The 1st BSWC was held on November 15 to 16, 2019 at the Busan Exhibition and Convention Center in South Korea. The first-place winner was Nova Esports EU after a 3 – 0 victory with a prize of $250,000.
  • The 2nd BSWC was held on November 21 to 22, 2020. Eight teams participated in the World Finals, which were originally planned to take place in Katowice, Poland, but was moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. PSG Esports was the winner of 2020 championship with a prize of $200,000.
  • The 3rd BSWC was held on November 26 to 28, 2021 in Bucharest, Romania. Zeta Division Japan went 4-1 and was the winner of 2021 championship with a prize of $400,000.