The teaser, which was posted via the game’s official YouTube channel, revealed that the 3v3 brawler game is getting another Brawl Stars Championship next year which will feature a year-long, open competition for players globally along with monthly finals that would start in early 2020.
Teams from around the world converged in the BEXCO Auditorium located in Busan, South Korea for the first ever Brawl Stars World Finals 2019 which saw Nova Esports crowned as the winner as they defeated of Animal Chanparu, 3Bears, Dr. HK, SSG Brazil, Spacestation Gaming, Tribe Gaming, and PSG Esports along the way.
“The tremendous level of skill demonstrated by Nova and all of the competitors at this year’s Brawl Stars World Championship makes us even more excited for the future of Brawl Stars esports. Our community has been setting up competitions all over the world since before Brawl Stars even officially launched last December, and in less than a year they’ve already honed their skills to an incredible level. We can’t wait for the 2020 competition to see who rises to the top in this truly open, global competition.” - Kim Jensen, Supercell
While no additional information was provided outside of the teaser video, it appears that the gaming format will follow a format similar to the Clash of Clans World Championship 2019, also developed by Supercell, which also featured monthly qualification rounds that ran for six months, including a LAN final each month with the winners from each facing off in the finale at ESL One Hamburg.
2020 will prove to be an interesting year as players over the age of 16 will be allowed to compete, regardless of their team affiliation in a variety of open-format online competitions.