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Free Fire City Open 2021 – Teams, Format, Stream and much more

Free Fire City Open
Free Fire City Open 2021 is a tournament featuring eight cities in India. The FFC Mode qualifiers ended on June 30th, 2021. Whereas FFCO 2021 city finals will be starting from 15th of June and will last till 9th of July. It will feature 12 teams from 8 cities all over the country, they will compete to represent their city at the national level.
The tournament will then be followed by a national-level championship featured by 12 top teams from different cities, which will start on 15th August 2021 for a prize pool of 60 lakhs.
This will be an exciting tournament for the Indian players as it brings a new format and ample opportunities for the Indian free fire gaming community also there is a huge prize pool that will push the free fire esports scene.


Garena has come up with an exciting new tournament named Free Fire City Open exclusively for India to improve the esports scene in India. There Will be separate finals for different cities where players will represent their respective cities and will try to come on top. Garena is also inviting players from across the country to join the action live and support their respective city teams.

Garena has stuck to its motto of “#indiakabattlegrounds” with this tournament and their main objective was to give a platform to the esports talent in the country.

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Free Fire City Open 2021 will consist of 12 teams from 8 different cities fighting for a prize pool of 60 lakhs. These cities are Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chennai, Lucknow, and Visakhapatnam.

Players from the states of these cities will also be able to play in the city finals if they qualify and the remaining states and cities will get a chance through a wild card tournament.


Free Fire City Open

Free Fire City Open 2021 Format Explained

This will be the first exclusive tournament for India which looks to be promising and exciting as 12 top teams cities all over India will be battling it out in the national tournament in the national tournament. The qualifiers included a lot of players from all over India registering in the Free Fire cup (FFC) in-game with a dream to come out on top and compete at the top level. The final top 12 teams are now decided from every city to fight for the prize pool from 15th of June to 9th of July.

After this 12 teams will qualify for the national championship to battle for the prize pool of 60 lacs. These 12 teams include 8 champions from these 8 cities.

Two teams will be selected from a play-in tournament featuring teams from position #2 to #4 from every City. Also, two other teams will be selected from all over the country other than these 8 cities before 16th July. They all will fight in the national finals commencing on 15th August.


The top 10 teams selected from the city finals and wildcard finals are as follows


  • GJ-Teddy
  • Fearless-4
  • Conqueror
  • The-Extremee
  • Boltregiment
  • New Invention
  • War House
  • Team Struglers
  • United_4hl
  • City Slums
  • Underdogs_77
  • Zero-Degree


  • Raven Esports
  • Jallikattutn
  • Slumberqueen
  • Titans Esports
  • Badge-99.
  • MGC Gaming JK
  • Biowar-Tn
  • Magilchi 97
  • Damage
  • Jk-Newday
  • TGB-Xtremelvl
  • MR24squad


  • Frustrated 4
  • Gyan Army
  • Zila Ghaziabad
  • Survivor 4am
  • Wrecking Crew
  • Team Elite
  • God Game
  • FFwarriors
  • AFF Esports
  • GVCS Squad
  • Onlyfreaks
  • City Of Tehzeeb


  • 4UN-GXR
  • Greedy Hunters
  • 4xtraordinary
  • The Rebellions
  • Bombay Fever
  • YKZ-Seniors
  • Eyesesport
  • Imthepro
  • Mces Esports
  • TSG Army
  • TSG Hard
  • Underworld


  • Team Revolution
  • Last Breath
  • Nym Delhi
  • Hawk Eye Esports
  • Lvl Iconic
  • ᎠᏞ ᎢO UK
  • Surgical Strike
  • God Like
  • Heart Breakers
  • Gen×Force
  • Illusion Esports
  • Team Op


  • Black Ops
  • Flickr Force
  • Fly High
  • U18 Army
  • Gamingwithdino
  • SS Esports
  • Appledinoff
  • Team Thunder
  • Nawabpet Kings
  • Crazy Amigos
  • Incredibles
  • High End


  • Ay Esports
  • Blackhunters
  • As Takers
  • Tr4nsformers
  • Mighty Raju
  • Captains
  • Mbgtitans
  • Lazy Kids
  • Darkfire
  • LR7 United
  • Blood Reapers
  • Toxic Esports


  • Art Of War
  • Head Hunters
  • Rule Breakers
  • Sixth Sense
  • Invincibles Esports
  • LA-Gaming
  • Old-Generation
  • High Five
  • Team Fab
  • Asin Clutchgods
  • Bot Army
  • Underdogs


  • Titanium Army
  • Pro Nation
  • 4ever Cool
  • AOS Esports
  • Risers
  • Shooting.Stars
  • Clash War
  • Die Another Day
  • Identicals
  • Umk Gamer
  • LCG-Esport
  • Huskies


Free Fire City Open 2021 will be streamed live on Free Fire esports official YouTube channel as well as the Facebook page and on BOOYAH!.
Garena has continued to support the Indian esports scene as promised and globally as well it has expanded quite a lot. Free Fire was the most downloaded battle royale game in 2019 and 2020 globally.
With this tournament free fire is trying to expand into the country more and more and give rise to the Indian’s talent.

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