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Rewards and Ranks of the Power League | Brawl Stars Ranked Fashion

Rewards and ranks of the Power League Brawl Stars

The new competitive mode of Brawl Stars is very promising! The Power League announces some great fun games, but also some cool rewards . As in any good ranked mode, every win allows you to climb the ladder and get better rewards. 🌟 In this article, we explain everything about the ranks of Power League, what the different rewards are and how to get them. —

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How to climb the ranks of the Power League ?

First of all, you should know that your starting rank (initial rank), will be based on the highest Marathon Star score you have achieved so far. If you haven't played Marathon Star mode at all (replaced by Power League), you start at the very bottom of the rankings, at Bronze 1. We have already mentioned all this very quickly in our daily news on the subject, but you can find more explanations here.

Here are the different levels that can define your starting rank at Power League :

  • Bronze 1: 0 - 149
  • Bronze 2: 150 - 299
  • Bronze 3: 300 - 449
  • Silver 1: 450 - 599
  • Silver 2: 600 - 749
  • Silver 3: 750 - 899
  • Gold 1: 900 - 1,049
  • Gold 2: 1,050 - 1,199
  • Gold 3: 1,200 - 1,499
Starting rank Power League

If you are a top 500 player, remember to stay active throughout the season! Indeed, you have to play at least one match every 7 days or you risk dropping in the ranking. The risk is that you will lose a little bit of ranking each week and not be in the top 500 anymore. You will also lose points in the ladder when you fail a game, this is logical. Similarly, avoid leaving a match unexpectedly right after finding a game. This will give you a nice penalty. ❌

The good news for this new competitive game mode is that the matchmaking is pretty well thought out. As we explain in our detailed guide to Power League, you will only be able to meet players with more or less 2 ranks than you. But that's if you play solo! If you decide to play in a team of 3 players, then the matchmaking will be based on the player with the highest rank. So be careful who you link up with! 😭

As a reminder, you will be able to farm the ladder solo or in a team. You will then obtain 2 distinct ranks. The rewards at the end of the season will be awarded according to your best rank, either solo or in team.

What are the rewards of the competitive mode Power League ?

The rewards will be available at the end of each season. Generally, this will be a skin exclusive to Power League and player icons and emotes.

Bearings of rewards for the Power League
19 levels of rewards Star Points ranging from 500 to 50,000

In order to obtain these skins, each season you will have to fulfil certain conditions. For example, you will need to reach a certain rank or participate in a certain number of matches, and then you can acquire the skins by spending Star Points. For this first season, you can unlock the exclusive skin Smuggler's Penny. Once the conditions are met, you will have the whole season to buy the skin. But you can also get the skin after the end of the season, in the rotation of skins offered in the shop. But for this, you will need to have played Power League and met the requirements to unlock the exclusive skins .

Over the course of the seasons, profile pictures or emotes can also be unlocked. Either by participating in a certain number of matches (easy!) or by reaching a certain rank during the season (e.g. OR 1).

Quest to unlock rewards Power League

The Star Points you earn will be more or less important depending on your maximum rank during the season. If your solo rank is higher than your team rank, your team rank will be taken into account for your Star Points.

Now you know everything about the rows and rewards of the Power League! All that's left is for me to wish you all a good game!

Marjo
Marjo Former editor-in-chief of JeuMobi and a real sniper of spelling mistakes. Very good audience, laughter is my fuel. Life is a game, isn't it!

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