Today, we’ll be taking a look at the end of season and trophy ranges, and we will explain them to you, as the Brawl Stars Team made some mistakes for this first season and it got some folks confused. This is an article based on one of Rob Stark’s video, so make sure to check it out as well! The link will be down at the end of the article. Without further delay, let’s begin!


Introduction

Supercell recently introduced seasons into the game. Seasons are about two weeks long and are most likely going to end every two Mondays at 4 am Eastern Time.

At the end of each season, you’ll get coins based on your best Brawler trophies and your total trophies, these are two individual factor, and the coin rewards are also affected by the 50% coin boosters. For example, if you get 100 coins for your best Brawler, you’re going to get an additional 50 coins from the coin booster.


The First Season

Sadly, Supercell messed up big time with their first season within the game. They gave us total coins for our best Brawler trophies twice, as opposed for your total trophies. Don’t complain, though, because you would probably have gotten fewer coins than you did otherwise.


The Formula (Top Brawler)

Let us teach you how you can figure out how much coins you can end up with at the end of the season.

First, we’ll tell you how you can find out how much coins you’ll get for your best Brawler trophies. To figure this out, you want to take the total trophies for your top Brawler and round it down to the nearest multiple of 20. You must round down. After you round it down, divide the number by two. This is the number of coins you will get for your best Brawler.


Example (Top Brawler)

Let’s say that your top Brawler has 264 trophies. You would round the trophies down to the nearest multiple of 20, which would be 260. Divide this number by 2 and you get 130, which is the number of coins you will get.


The Formula (Total Trophies)

Now let’s figure out our rewards based on our total trophies. Down below you can see a chart for easier reference. Use this if you are lazy or just don’t want to do the math.

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Everyone, even if you have 0 trophies, will end up with at least 50 coins by the end of the season, this is the base coins. After that, there are different trophy ranges. It starts off with trophy ranges of 250 and it goes all the way to 2375. From there, there are trophy ranges of 500. For each additional trophy range that you enter, you will get an additional 10 coins on top of that base of 50.


Example (Total Trophies)

Let’s say that your total trophies are 1393 trophies, you’ll end up with 110 coins. This is because you’ve gone up 6 different trophy ranges for 60 coins, plus your base of 50 coins.

After you get to 2375 trophies, the trophy ranges won’t be from 250, but they will be for every 500 trophies.

 

You will be rounding to multiples of 250, and then to multiples of 500.


Trophy Ranges

In addition, Rob Stark took a few more minutes to discuss the trophy ranges and how much you gain or lose per match. Down below you can see yet another chart to help you out if you don’t want to do the process yourself. Also, just to clarify, the trophy ranges are for the Brawlers, not your total trophies.

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Each trophy range is about 100 trophies, and each time you move up to the next trophy range. In the first 500 trophies, your win-loss trophy ratio will remain the same, and you will usually gain more trophies than you lose.

As you reach 500 trophies and keep on going, you will start earning fewer trophies, and you will lose more trophies per loss, making the grind harder.

Since there aren’t that many players that have gotten their Brawlers above one thousand, it is not very clear how many trophies you earn or lose. This will probably be determined in the future, so hang in there!


That is it for this article, hope you liked what you read. Hope this helps some people who were confused on the seasons, and if not, then Oh well. If you would like to check Rob Star’s video you can do so here: End of Season Gold & Trophy Ranges Explained. Have a great day, Brawlers!

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