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Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter: Check out the invited teams, schedule, format, and more

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Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter: Check out the invited teams, schedule, format, and more
Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter: Check out the invited teams, schedule, format, and more

Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter: Check out the 18 participating teams, schedule, format, and more. A few weeks ago, Garena announced the fourth and final tournament of their Free Fire series. The prize pool of this event is 35 lakh INR. The tournament format will remain the same as it was in previous pro leagues. Now that registrations have ended, we have 18 teams ready for league play.

Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter: Format

On 24th December, all registered teams participated in FFC Mode for a few rounds, and only the top six teams in the aggregate standings qualified for the league stages.

League stages will run from 8th to 23rd of January, consisting of 18 teams (6 qualified teams and 12 finalists of Free Fire India Championship 2021 Fall) squaring off in a round-robin format. Afterward, the top 12 teams will advance to the Grand Finals, which will take place on 30th January 2021.

Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter: Invited Teams

  1. Total Gaming Esports
  2. Orangutan Esports (Team Elite)
  3. PVS Gaming Esports
  4. Godlike
  5. Desi Gamers
  6. TSM
  7. Nigma Galaxy
  8. Chemin Esports (4 Unknown)
  9. Head Hunters
  10. Team Insane Esports (LR7 United)
  11. Aura Esports
  12. Team Chaos

Points Distribution

  • 1st – 12 points
  • 2nd – 9 points
  • 3rd – 8 points
  • 4th – 7 points
  • 5th – 6 points
  • 6th – 5 points
  • 7th – 4 points
  • 8th – 3 points
  • 9th – 2 points
  • 10th – 1 point
  • 11th – 0 points
  • 12th – 0 points 

For each kill, players will receive one point, while leaving spawn island will result in a minus of 10 points. Despite a poor performance in the league stages, Total Gaming won the FFPL 2021 Summer, proving they are the team of big tournaments. Team Elite, which topped the league stages, took third place in the finals after missing out on a few points.

With the teams now all leveled up, it should be a close battle this time. The tournament will be streamed on Free Fire’s official Youtube/Facebook channels.

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