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Power League

Power League was a competitive mode unlocked from the Trophy Road at 4500 Trophies that replaced Power Play in the March 2021 update. Unlike Power Play, players could play an unlimited amount of matches per day, players did not require Star Powers to play a Brawler, Power League had a season length close to the current Brawl Pass Season, and progress could be lost. Power League was based on your Power League progression, so Trophies could not be gained or lost. XP was rewarded based on the outcome of each of the matches, guaranteeing at least twice as much XP as a regular match.

Gameplay

Power League matches were formatted as a two-win tournament, where the first team to win two matches won the tournament. Games in a match were played on a single randomly selected mode and map that were picked when players were in queue. Maps could be previewed throughout the matchmaking stages. Both teams had a Team Captain, which in Solo Mode was decided by the player with the highest progression, and in Team Mode was decided by the creator of the game room. Each player on both teams blind banned a Brawler at the same time with the ban and pick phase happening prior to starting the match. Once a Brawler had been banned or picked from either side, no player could pick them for the match. Each team queue mode had separate matchmaking and rank progression. After all Brawlers were picked, each player had 10 seconds to choose Star Powers, Gadgets, and Gears if applicable.

Players were matched based on their current Power League Rank. Solo mode had a hard limit of a +2 Rank difference allowed for the players in the match. Team mode allowed any players with any Rank to play in the team, and the matchmaking was done based on the highest Rank player in the team. The higher the Rank of your opponent, the more progress you earned. Player's Rank would decay after every end of Season with the top 500 players also needing to stay active for the whole duration of the Season in order to retain their Rank. They needed to play at least one match per 7 days or they would lose their progression per inactive week until they weren't listed in the Top 500 anymore. Leaving at any point after the matchmaking began would result in banning the player from Power League for a specific amount of time. Ranking placement for the first Power League season was based on the highest Power Play rating a player had achieved; otherwise players would start at Bronze I.

Rank Rewards

Players were eligible to receive Rank Rewards based on promoting in higher ranks if they had played at least 1 match during the Power League season. Bling rewards were given based on promoting to next rank from either Solo or Team Mode. There was a decay between Seasons that drop a player's League depending on how high a league they were.

Rank Rewards
Highest League End League Bling Awarded
Bronze I Bronze League Bronze I 125 Bling1
Bronze II Bronze League Bronze II 125 Bling1
Bronze III Bronze League Bronze III 125 Bling1
Silver I Silver League Silver I 125 Bling1
Silver II Silver League Silver II 125 Bling1
Silver III Silver League Silver III 125 Bling1
Gold I Gold League Gold I 125 Bling1
Gold II Gold League Gold II 125 Bling1
Gold III Gold League Gold III 125 Bling1
Diamond I Diamond League Gold III 125 Bling1
Diamond II Diamond League Diamond I 125 Bling1
Diamond III Diamond League Diamond II 125 Bling1
Mythic I Mythic League Diamond III 125 Bling1
Mythic II Mythic League Mythic I 125 Bling1
Mythic III Mythic League Mythic I 125 Bling1
Legendary I Legendary League Mythic I 125 Bling1
Legendary II Legendary League Mythic I 125 Bling1
Legendary III Legendary League Mythic I 125 Bling1
Masters Masters League Mythic I 125 Bling1

Season End Rewards

Players were eligible to receive Season End Rewards if they had played at least 1 match during the Power League season. Star Point rewards were given out based on the highest rank reached from either Solo or Team Mode. There was a decay between Seasons that drop a player's League depending on how high a league they were.

Season End Rewards
Highest League End League Star Points Awarded
Bronze I Bronze League Bronze I 500 StarPoints1
Bronze II Bronze League Bronze II 1000 StarPoints2
Bronze III Bronze League Bronze III 2000 StarPoints3
Silver I Silver League Silver I 2500 StarPoints3
Silver II Silver League Silver II 3000 StarPoints3
Silver III Silver League Silver III 3750 StarPoints3
Gold I Gold League Silver III 4500 StarPoints3
Gold II Gold League Gold I 5500 StarPoints3
Gold III Gold League Gold II 7000 StarPoints3
Diamond I Diamond League Gold III 8750 StarPoints3
Diamond II Diamond League Diamond I 10000 StarPoints3
Diamond III Diamond League Diamond II 12500 StarPoints4
Mythic I Mythic League Diamond II 15000 StarPoints4
Mythic II Mythic League Diamond III 17500 StarPoints4
Mythic III Mythic League Mythic I 20000 StarPoints4
Legendary I Legendary League Mythic II 25000 StarPoints5
Legendary II Legendary League Mythic III 30000 StarPoints5
Legendary III Legendary League Legendary I 40000 StarPoints5
Masters Masters League Legendary I 50000 StarPoints5

Quests

Seasons included special quests which rewarded players with exclusive Sprays, Profile Icons and skin purchasing options. In the Rumble Jungle update, one Profile Icon reward was replaced with skin-exclusive Sprays. Exclusive skin offers would appear in the Shop for the whole Season duration who meet the unlock condition, and the purchasing option was permanent and available in the Catalog. From the Biodome update onwards, players who did not participate in the Power League Season would be able to purchase them a year later, but they would not unlock the exclusive Sprays and Profile Icons.

Season End Rewards
Season Silver Award Gold Icon Skin Purchase Unlock
1: The Starr Force! Smuggler Penny-pfp

Starr Force
(Play 25 games this Season)

Sn1 gold icon

Starr Force
(Reach Gold I)

Penny Skin-Smuggler
Smuggler Penny
(Play 50 games this Season)
2: The Goldarm Gang
Saloon 8-Bit-pfp
Goldarm Gang
(Play 50 games this Season)
PowerleagueS3goldicon
Goldarm Gang
(Reach Gold I)
8-Bit Skin-Saloon
Saloon 8-Bit
(Play 100 games this Season)
3: Jurassic Splash
Jet Ski Jacky-pfp
Jurassic Splash
(Win 25 games this season)
Power League S3-Gold
Jurassic Splash
(Reach Gold I)
Jacky Skin-Jet Ski
Jet Ski Jacky
(Win 50 games this Season)
4: Once Upon A Brawl
Wizard Byron-pfp
Once Upon A Brawl
(Win 15 games this season)
Power League S4-Gold
Once Upon A Brawl
(Reach Gold I)
Byron Skin-Wizard
Wizard Byron
(Win 30 games this Season)
5: Brawlywood
Director Buzz-pfp
Brawlywood
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S5-Gold
Brawlywood
(Reach Gold I)
Buzz Skin-Director
Director Buzz
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
6: Year of the Tiger
Nian Nita-pfp
Year of The Tiger
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S6-Gold
Year of The Tiger
(Reach Gold I)
Nita Skin-Nian
Nian Nita
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
7: The Biodome
Wasp Bo-pfp
The Biodome
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S7-Gold
The Biodome
(Reach Gold I)
Bo Skin-Wasp
Wasp Bo
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
8: The Stuntshow
Crash Test Darryl-pfp
The Stuntshow
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S8-Gold
The Stuntshow
(Reach Gold I)
Darryl Skin-Crash Test
Crash Test Darryl
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
9: Deep Sea Brawl
Postal Brock-pfp
Deep Sea Brawl
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S9-Gold
Deep Sea Brawl
(Reach Gold I)
Brock Skin-Postal
Postal Brock
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
10: Robot Factory
Power League S10-Silver
Robot Factory
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Lawless Lola-pfp
Robot Factory
(Reach Gold I)
Lola Skin-Lawless
Lawless Lola
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
11: Ghost Station
Inspector Colette-pfp
Ghost Station
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S11-Gold
Ghost Station
(Reach Gold I)
Colette Skin-Inspector
Inspector Colette
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
12: Candyland
Piñata Ash-pfp
Candyland
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S12-Gold
Candyland
(Reach Gold I)
Ash Skin-Piñata
Piñata Ash
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
13: Mystery At The Hub
Mariposa Piper-pfp
Mystery At The Hub
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Power League S13-Gold
Mystery At The Hub
(Reach Gold I)
Piper Skin-Mariposa
Mariposa Piper
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
14: The Rescue
Power League Season 14-Spray
The Rescue
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Jaguar Spirit Meg-pfp
The Rescue
(Reach Gold I)
Meg Skin-Jaguar Spirit
Jaguar Spirit Meg
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
15: Enchanted Woods
Power League Season 15-Spray
Enchanted Woods
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Stone Troll Lou-pfp
Enchanted Woods
(Reach Gold I)
Lou Skin-Stone Troll
Stone Troll Lou
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
16: Back to Ranger Ranch
Power League Season 16-Spray
Back to Ranger Ranch
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Marauder Maisie-pfp
Back to Ranger Ranch
(Reach Gold I)
Maisie Skin-Marauder
Marauder Maisie
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
17: Bizarre Circus
Power League Season 17-Spray
Bizarre Circus
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Cobra Lola-pfp
Bizarre Circus
(Reach Gold I)
Lola Skin-Cobra
Cobra Lola
(Win 60 rounds this Season)
18: Starr Toon Studios
Power League Season 18-Spray
Starr Toon Studios
(Win 30 rounds this season)
Final Boss Rico-pfp
Starr Toon Studios
(Reach Gold I)
Rico Skin-Final Boss
Final Boss Rico
(Win 60 rounds this Season)

Penalties

There were penalties if a player left a match at the Brawler selection screen after the matchmaking. There were several levels of penalties to prevent the player from disconnect many times.

The levels were as followed:

  • Level 1: The player would not receive any penalties, but the player received a warning.
  • Level 2: The player would be banned for playing Power League for 5 minutes.
  • Level 3: The player would be banned for playing Power League for 15 minutes.
  • Level 4: The player would be banned for playing Power League for 30 minutes.
  • Level 5: The player would be banned for playing Power League for 30 minutes, and the rank score was decreased for about 0.5 ranks.
  • Level 6: The player would be banned for playing Power League for 1 hour, and the rank score was decreased.
  • Level 7: The player would be banned for playing Power League for 1 day, and the rank score was decreased for about 1 rank.
  • Level 8: The Player would be banned for playing Power League for 1 week, and the rank score was decreased for about 2 ranks.

After every disconnection, the penalty level increased by 1. However, every time when the player finished 3 matches without disconnecting, the penalty level decreased by 1.

Reporting System

The Reporting System was a feature that was introduced during the 2022 Season 15 update. This feature allowed the player to report other players from their own and the enemy team at the end of a Power League match for intentionally disrupting the gaming experience for everyone involved, which lead to in-game bans.

History

  • On 16/03/21, Power League was added to the game and replaced Power Play.
  • On 17/03/21, fixed multiple bugs in Power League including crashes when viewing Gadgets and players unable to pick a Brawler.
  • On 26/04/21, The disconnect penalty was added to Power League.
  • On 25/08/21, Siege was removed from the rotation.
  • On 01/03/22, opponents' names were now hidden in Mythic I and above and replaced by "Red 1", "Red 2" and "Red 3". Losing a Power League match with one round win decreased the progression lost, and winning two rounds in a row now increased the progression gained. Knockout was added to the rotation.
  • On 27/04/22, every player now bans one brawler during the ban phase. If no Brawler is picked at the end of the timer, a random Brawler will be banned. Players now also need to own at least 12 Brawlers, in addition, to unlock Power League from trophy road due to the increased amount of bans. Winning 2 matches without losing should now give you more progress than before (this is only applied to Rank Diamond III and below. Mythic I and above will remain the same). The penalty from losing 2 matches in a row was removed. This also only applies to Rank Diamond III and below.
  • On 11/05/22, fixed an issue in Power League with not being able to scroll after choosing a brawler.
  • On 29/06/22, the Brawler Suggestions were added to the game.
  • On 31/08/22, Swapping brawlers at the end of the Pick/Ban phase was added. Swapping is only available for owned Brawlers.
  • On 25/10/22, the Reporting System was added to the game.
  • On 25/04/23, Bling replaced Star Points and was awarded to the player if they promote to a higher rank.
  • On 03/05/23, fixed the reset rewards based on the player's Power League progress from the previous season.
  • On 31/05/23, added a button on Android devices that allows players to dismiss the skin offer after completing the special quest.
  • On 05/09/23, Wipeout was added to the rotation. Bounty, Heist and Hot Zone were removed from rotation.
  • On 07/09/23, fixed Power League skins availability. Heist and Hot Zone were added back to the rotation.
  • On 24/10/23, Bounty was added back to the rotation. Wipeout was removed from the rotation.
  • On 09/11/23, fixed an issue where players could still pick banned Brawlers.
  • On 27/02/24, Power League was removed from the game and replaced by Ranked.
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