Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 Revealed: Free Fire squads all over the world will once again miss their chance to participate in a truly international tournament.
To fix this issue, Garena has announced Free Fire Asia Championship 2021, a tournament similar to the Continental Series, to replace the World Series 2021.
Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 Schedule and Format
The event will start on November 20 and last for over a week, until November 28. It consists of only 2 stages: Play-ins and Finals. The Play-ins will be held on 20 and 21 November, followed by Finals on 28 November.
31 teams from 7 regional leagues will participate in the tournament. Amongst them, 7 winners of various regional championships will be directly invited to the finals. Below is the list of tournaments that qualifies for a direct invitation.
- Vietnam Free Fire League
- Indonesia Masters
- Pro League Thailand
- Summer Cup Taiwan
- MCP Majors (Malaysia – Cambodia – Philippines)
- India Championship
- Pro League Pakistan
Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 Qualified teams:
- India – 4 teams
- Pakistan – 4 teams
- Thailand – 5 teams
- Vietnam – 5 teams
- Indonesia – 5 teams
- Taiwan – 4 teams
- MCP (Malaysia, Cambodia, and the Philippines) – 4 teams
After the recent ban of PUBG Mobile last year, the India Free Fire esports scene is growing stronger than ever.
There are much more competitive teams now, with the current top being Blind Esports (formerly team Captain). The FFWS 2021 in Singapore attracted around 5.4 million live viewers at its peak, setting a new world record.
The Hindi stream managed to reach 1.9 million peak viewers in the World Series, despite no Indian teams participating.
(With Input From GuruGamer)
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