The Free Fire community was left in awe as recent news revealed Total Gaming gets Banned From Free Fire City Open 2021 for Violating Rules of the competitive tournament. Garena the publisher of Free Fire had recently announced the first-ever national-level tournament Free Fire City Open 2021 (FFCO) for the players around the region.
Garena had previously announced the competitive ruling against multiple teams including Total Gaming Esports for breaking rules and regulations of the tournament. Let’s get to the details and find out the reasons behind the news as Total Gaming Gets Banned From Free Fire City Open 2021 for Violating Rules.
Total Gaming Gets Banned From Free Fire City Open 2021
The most popular battle royale game Free Fire had recently released a national-level tournament Free Fire City Open 2021 (FFCO) to boost the esports ecosystem of India. Players looking for opportunities in the competitive esports scene of Free Fire had their chance to prove themselves. Free Fire City Open (FFCO) is the first-ever national-level competitive esports tournament where players can represent their region. A total of 8 cities will be featured in the event, through which the players could register for the event. The cities are as follows -Ahemdabad, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Vishakhapatnam. FFOC has a massive prize pool of 60,00,000 INR.
The first and foremost rule of the tournament was to register by voting for your region. The registration link includes a Google form where players had to fill their region. Players were required to fill in their current living state with any valid working Gmail account. The top 8 regions with the most votes would be part of the Free Fire City Open (FFCO) 2021 lineup.
Apparently, rules that were simple to this extent have been violated as well by many players, and prominent players across the country as well, the reason behind Total Gaming Gets Banned From Free Fire City Open 2021. After the registration period got over for the Free Fire City Open, teams competed in the qualifiers where everyone was waiting for the team list to be out for all cities.
Garena announced, ” On 6th May 2021, Garena began a more in-depth verification process for the top 3000 teams that were shortlisted from FFC mode of FFCO. From the investigation process, several teams submitted details of players that are currently serving their ban from esports tournaments. These teams are hence disqualified from FFCO.”
The announcement of Total Gaming Gets Banned From Free Fire City Open 2021 came through its official Facebook page, where they mentioned that two players of the Total Gaming Esports roster, Fozy Ajay and Mafia Bala, participated in FFCO Open Online Qualifiers multiple times. The team participated once as a part of team TG-Delhi and again as a part of team FOMZYvai. This violation comes under the competitive integrity rulebook of Free Fire Esports, and hence, both the players and their respective teams have been disqualified from the tournament.
Ajjubhai or better known as Total Gaming is one of the biggest Free Fire content creators on YouTube and has almost more than 24 million subscribers in total. It’s definitely a shame that Total Gaming Gets Banned From Free Fire City Open 2021 as many of his fans have been hoping for his best endeavors.
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