The Free Fire India Championship Spring 2021 (FFIC 2021 Spring) has been announced as the first major Free Fire esports tournament of the year. As per Free Fire’s revamped esports structure, this tournament will also mark the country’s journey towards the Globals. Along with India, participants from Nepal can also participate in this tournament. The FFIC Spring 2021 is going to be the biggest Free Fire Esports tournament in India for the prize pool of massive INR 75,00,000 with the registrations going on from 25 to 29 January.
How to register for Free Fire India Championship Spring 2021 (FFIC Spring 2021)
The road to the Free Fire India Championship Spring 2021 will not be easy; teams will have to navigate through a total of five arduous stages in order to win the tournament’s ultimate prize. All of the matches will be played in the Battle Royale Squad mode. The FFIC 2021 will follow the same format as its previous edition Free Fire India Championship 2020 with a few tweaks.
Teams will have to battle their way through an initial two stages to qualify for the Free Fire India Championship Spring 2021. All of the participants will first compete in the Free Fire Cup (FFC) mode, which will see the top 48 teams advance to the League Qualifiers. Taking place on 4 and 5 February, the League Qualifiers will further whittle the teams down to the top 18 – these 18 teams will be shortlisted for the FFIC 2021 Spring.
The starting of the tournament will begin from the open in-game qualifiers. Just like the previous editions, the open qualifiers will be accessible through the game’s (FFC) Free Fire Cup mode. Top performed 48 teams will move forward in the tournament.
The tournament will then proceed through the closed qualifier mode where 6 teams (7th- 12th) from the previous edition will be featured and battle along with the teams who made it in the online qualifiers.
The League Stage will be the first battle arena. Taking place from 19 February to 7 March, the League Stage will see the top 18 teams divided into 3 groups of 6 teams. Again Top 6 teams from the 2020 Championship will be ready to face the top 12 teams from the closed qualifiers.
Each group will play against each other round-robin style over the course of 9 league days. The league circuit will be played over a few days with the round-robin format. 18 teams will be divided into three groups where the top two of each group advances to the finals as others will have their opportunity in the playins.
The top 2 teams from each of the 3 groups will proceed directly to the Grand Finals. Thereafter, the remaining 12 teams will take part in the Play-Ins on 14 March, where they will battle it out for the remaining 6 Grand Final spots. This will be the last chance for every team to prove themselves and stay alive in the Championship race. The top 6 teams from the playins will proceed to the finals.
The tournament will be heading towards an end as we will be having our winner
The Free Fire India Championship Spring 2021 Grand Finals will see these 12 teams battle for a share of the INR 75 lakh prize pool on 21 March. But the prize money will not be the only reward at stake. The top-performing teams at the FFIC 2021 Spring will get the coveted opportunity to represent the region at Free Fire’s next international tournament. The top 6 from FFIC 2021 Spring will also qualify directly for the Free Fire Pro League Summer.
Teams participating in the Free Fire India Championship Spring (FFIC) 2021
Open to players in India and Nepal, the FFIC 2021 Spring obtained a huge number of interest from the community; the FFIC Match Day saw more than 300,000 teams compete for a chance to be in the top 48 teams. These 48 teams then competed in intense battles across two days, with the top 12 teams emerging as the best of the pack. These 12 teams were joined by the top 6 teams from the FFIC 2020 Fall, all of whom will compete in the FFIC 2021 Spring and fight for the title of being #1 in the region as well as for the lion’s share of the INR 75,00,000 prize pool.
- Total Gaming
- Team Elite
- Sixth Sense
- 4 Unknown
- Team Chaos
- AFF Esports
- 4G Crust Esports
- Assassin ClutchGods
- Stone Crushers
- Team D Esports
- Survivor 4AM
- Last Breath
- Galaxy Racers
- White House
- Team Revolution
Get your Squads ready!
Total Gaming Esports had won the previous edition of Free Fire India Championship 2020 and went on to the Globals (continental series) where they ranked 8th overall. Critical X Elite and Stalwart Esports were the runners-up. All of those teams will be part of the Spring 2021 Championship.
The FFIC 2021 Spring will be broadcast live from the League Stage onwards. Free Fire Fans can tune in to the Free Fire Esports India YouTube Channel, as well as on Facebook and BOOYAH! to catch all of the high-octane action! So what are your waiting for? Gather your squad mates and team up for the highest prize money in Indian esports.
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