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03 June 2021

FreeFire Pro League India 2021

By Yogesh Kalla


In summer 2021, Garena launched their inaugural FFPL to encourage teams across India and Nepal. The season begins on 4 June and end on 18 July. It has a great prize - 35 lakh. The top eighteen teams in two nations will participate in this competition.

All Eighteen teams will comprise of leading 12 teams in FFIC 2021, whereas the initial 6 teams can compete with FFC in the event to guarantee their places. Enrollment commenced on 1 June & ends at 8 p.m. on 4 June. Participants must access FFC mode in games while creating a team or joining a team. Anyone can enroll for the competition after your team has completed.

The goal of Garena is via the FFPL to extend its work to thrill the rapidly developing FF sports community as well as to promote and foster the fantastic talent that exists in the region.

Just the five most important outcomes of 8 rounds would be considered when the final scores are determined. All Eighteen teams would fight in six games from 26 June to 11 July, having games scheduled only on the weekdays (Saturday and Sunday). The top twelve teams will be competing for Final Games set for 18 July on Sunday.

This is an excellent tournament, important for all teams and offering an opportunity to strengthen their status on the Indian Free Fire Circuit. This is really a fierce competition. The goal is to increase Free Fire Sports' competitiveness by constructing a promotional cycle that will enable teams to climb the ladder of success in the tracks.

The contest is broadcast in collaboration with the Booyah Streaming App on the authorized Youtube and Facebook pages of FFS India.



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