How To Get Trophies In Brawl Stars Guide

How To Get Trophies In Brawl Stars Guide

Earning trophies in Brawl Stars is a major part of the game. Trophies, the in-game collectible is not only a measure of your rank and skill in the game but is also used in the trophy road. Players unlock various rewards along the trophy road by collecting more trophies. Each character has its own trophy count which adds to your total trophy count. This guide covers the following topics

How to earn trophies

Trophies are earned in Brawl Stars by simply winning games. Similarly, you lose trophies when you lose games in Brawl Stars. This essentially makes trophies a measure of rank, allowing you to show the world how good of a player you are. The trophy system is built similarly to other ranking systems in which the more trophies you have, the harder it is to earn more. You will also lose more trophies per lost game depending on the number of trophies you have making it hard to stay on top of the ladder.

Brawl Stars trophies leaderboard

Best game mode event to earn trophies fast

Most Brawl Stars players want to get as many trophies as fast as possible. Some people believe you simply have to play any game mode and just win, but that’s not entirely true. Different game modes, or events, awards you different amounts of trophies. The best game mode to play in order to earn trophies fast is the Showdown mode. Not only does this game mode give the highest number of trophies when won, but also give you trophies for placing 1st all the way down to 9th place when you have less than 40 trophies. When you have less than 40 trophies, you will get 8 trophies for winning, 7 trophies for 2nd place and so on until 9th place which will give you 1 trophy, 10th place will make you lose trophies.

Brawl Stars Showdown skull creek game mode

Amount of trophies earned per win

The number of trophies you earn by playing games depend on a few things; whether you win or lose (the place you finish in Showdown), the game mode, and the number of trophies you already have. The following is the number of trophies earned in the different game modes by the number of trophies you already have and your result.

Trophy rewards from 3v3 games


Trophy rewards from showdown games

Trophies1st place2nd place3rd place4th place5th place6th place7th place8th place9th place10th place

Trophy rewards from siege games


What trophies are used for

Trophies have different purposes in Brawl Stars. Firstly, they are used for unlocking rewards such as new brawlers in the trophy road. Collecting trophies will add to that specific character’s trophy count as well as your total trophy counts. When your character reaches a certain level of trophies, it will rise in rank. Increasing a character’s rank will not increase its power level, it gives you some tokens and the ability to show people the rank you’ve achieved on your favorite brawler.

Brawl Stars utilizes seasons similarly to other games. Each season lasts 2 weeks. At the end of every season, you will receive rewards based on the number of trophies you have. At the same time as you receive season rewards, all your characters with a trophy count above 500, will have its trophy count cut in half.

As trophies are essentially a measure of rank, some high-end clubs require a certain amount of trophies to join. Collecting these amounts of trophies will give you acess to some of the best clubs in Brawl Stars.

Jack Roque

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