Garena’s Free Fire is kicking off its first flagship international tournament for 2020. The Free Fire Continental Series (FFCS) will commence this weekend.
The FFCS is split into three regions (Americas, EMEA and Asia), each competing for a piece of the $300,000 USD prize pool. That’s for each region, so there’s $900,000 USD worth of prize pool for the whole of FFCS.
The tournament for the mobile battle royale game will have a Play-Ins to determine the final 5 spots for the main event. Malaysia’s AutoKnockout and Baby Argon, the second and third seeds, will be competing against other teams from Chinese Taipei, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Seven teams have already guaranteed their spot for the Finals, including Malaysia’s top seed Geek Fam.
The full list of competing teams for the FFCS Asia Series 2020 are as follows:
- RRQ Hades (Indonesia)
- ONIC Olympus (Indonesia)
- TEAM CRX ELITE (India)
- XTZ Esports (India)
- AutoKnockout (Malaysia)
- Baby Argon (Malaysia)
- LGDS (Chinese Taipei)
- King of Gamers Club (Thailand)
- EXP Esports (Thailand)
- Team TG (Pakistan)
- Burst the Sky (Vietnam)
- V-Gaming (Vietnam)
- EVOS Esports (Indonesia)
- Total Gaming Esports (India)
- Geek Fam (Malaysia)
- TEAM KNIGHTS (Chinese Taipei)
- EV TH (Thailand)
- House of Blood (Pakistan)
- Heavy (Vietnam)
The FFCS Play-Ins begin on November 22, 3PM Malaysian Time (+8 GMT). There will be a live broadcast on YouTube and Facebook for the tournament, as well as an in-game event during that time.
You can watch the tournament from the Free Fire game, unlock rewards for supporting your favourite win or correctly predict a winner and get more rewards.
The FFCS Grand Finals for the Asia Series will commence on November 29.