Free Fire India Championship 2022 Spring: Check out the Registration date and Format. In the approaching Spring, the new season of Free Fire Esports will begin. The registrations for the Free Fire India Championship Spring have already been announced by Free Fire Esports India. The competition will include a massive prize pool of one crore rupees. Teams from India and Nepal will compete in the competition, as they did last year.
The news about FFIC 2022 Spring arrived today, along with the revised format and schedule. Chemin Esports won the recent tournament, Free Fire Pro League 2021. The impending FFIC 2022 Spring is the next great thing. Let’s take a look at the prize pool, structure, and schedule for the Free Fire India Championship 2022 Spring.
Format and Prize Pool for the Free Fire India Championship in 2022 Spring
Garena has increased the prize pool by 33% from last year’s 75 lakhs INR in the current version of FFIC 2022. The prize pool for the FFIC 2022 has been set at one crore Indian rupees. The competition will feature not just Indian but also Nepalese teams. The tournament registration period will begin on February 7th and end on February 11th, 2022.
Chemin Esports and Total Gaming Esports, the finalists of the FFPL 2021 Winter, have also secured their seats to the FFIC Spring. The top six teams advanced to the league stage, while the seventh through twelve teams qualified for the closed qualifications.
- Open Qualifiers: The tournament’s open qualifiers will take place first, with registered teams competing for a spot in the championship’s second stage.
- Closed Qualifiers: Six teams from the open qualifiers plus the teams who finished seventh to twelfth in the FFPL 2021 Winter finals will compete in the closed qualifiers.
- Main Event: The League Stage, Play-Ins, and Finals will all be part of the main event. The league stages will feature the top 12 teams from the closed qualifiers and six teams from the FFPL: Winter Finals. The top six teams from the league stage will advance directly to the Grand Finals, while teams ranked seventh through eighteenth will compete for the remaining six spots in the play-ins.