Registrations for the first-ever Free Fire City Open tournament will be starting from tomorrow and will be taking place from 26th -30th April 2021. The most popular battle royale game Free Fire releases a national-level tournament Free Fire City Open 2021 (FFCO) to boost the esports ecosystem of India. If you are looking for opportunities in the competitive esports scene of Free Fire, here’s your chance to prove yourself. Free Fire City Open (FFCO) is the first-ever national-level competitive esports tournament where you are going to represent your region.
How to Register in Free Fire City Open?
If you have 40+ level in-game and a minimum Diamond 1 rank, then you can register for the tournament. To register in the event you need to follow these steps
- Step 1- Open FFC mode in Free Fire
- Step 2- Click on the more information (top right corner)
- Step 3- Read the eligibility criteria and details
- Step 4 – Create Squad or Join a squad
- Step 5- After the squad is full, click on the register button
The top 8 regions with the most votes will be part of the Free Fire City Open (FFCO) 2021 lineup. More details of the tournament are not yet disclosed by Garena yet. The official Facebook post by the Free Fire India reads as,
“Survivors, It’s voting time The Free Fire City Open provides a perfect opportunity to represent your region on the National stage! Vote for your region here Top 8 regions with the most votes will be part of the #FFCO!”
The Free Fire community has continued to expand in India and across the world, with the mobile battle royale game being crowned the most downloaded mobile game globally in 2020 and 2019. Through the Free Fire City Open, Garena aims to continue its efforts towards delighting the Indian community with exciting, localized experiences. They also aim to support and develop incredible talent all across the nation by offering them a launchpad to display their skills.
The participating regions were chosen via a public poll. The cities/states that got the maximum number of votes made it to the top 8 are as follows:
- Mumbai (Maharashtra)
- Hyderabad (Telangana)
- Ahmedabad (Gujarat)
- Kolkata (West Bengal)
- Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
- Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)
- Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh)
Free Fire City Open promises to be a competitive, action-packed tournament for teams and fans across India featuring a total of 12 teams and a chance to wina whopping part of INR 60 lakh prize pool. The qualifying teams include 8 teams and 2 teams selected from the play-ins between the teams ranked 2nd to 4th from each of the 8 city finals. It will also allow 2 wildcard entries, which will be the best teams chosen from the rest of India, besides the 8 participating cities.
The tournament will begin with the FFC mode on April 30, followed by the city finals starting sometime around June. This time, to include all the top regions with the maximum majority, the developers are planning to move one step ahead in the game.