Free Fire Pro League India 2021 Summer: Garena has finally announced its first-ever pro league India. Free Fire Pro League in 2021 Summer is a professional league for teams in India and Nepal only organized by Garena. It’s an online gaming competition that started on 1st June and will finish by 18 July. The competition is having a prize pool of an amount of ₹3,500,000 INR.
FFC mode qualifiers held till June 1st-4th,2021. If the squad is incomplete or contains players who are not registered free fire won’t allow matchmaking. Out of the eight-round participants who played only 5 top rounds should be counted for deciding the final rankings.
Free Fire Pro League India 2021 Summer: Format
After that, the top 6 teams proceeded to the League circuit. The top 12 teams of the India Spring championship have been directly invited to the FFPL. Total 18 teams will be split into three groups of 6 teams. These teams will play in six-match days that are the weekends. From 18th to 26th of July.
FFPL India 2021 Summer: Teams
The teams that have been invited from the FFIC spring championship are:
1. Galaxy Racer
2. Team Elite
3. Sixth Sense
5. Last Breath
7. Team D Esports
8. LVL – Iconic
9. Survivor 4 AM
10. Ankush Free Fire Esports
11. Total Gaming
12. Red Owl Gaming
Top 6 teams from FFC Mode qualifiers
- Overpowered Boys
- Life Hackers
- 4 Unknown
- PVS Esports
- YAKUZA SENIORS
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FFPL India 2021 Summer: Schedule
The match days for the matches are as follows:
Match Day 1 – June 26th (Saturday)
Match Day 2 – June 27th (Sunday)
Match Day 3 – July 3rd (Saturday)
Match Day 4 – July 4th (Sunday)
Match Day 5 – July 10th (Saturday)
Match Day 6 – July 11th (Sunday)
The top 11 teams are granted headstart points based on their League circuit Placement.
FFPL India 2021 Summer: Prize pool Distribution
The teams will fight in the finals to get a great amount divided by the prize pool as given:
- 2nd: ₹7,50,000
- 3rd: ₹3,50,000
- 4th: ₹2,50,000
- 5th: ₹2,00,000
- 6th: ₹1,20,000
- 11th: ₹30,000
As for the distribution of points, 1 KILL would give the team 1 POINT. The top six teams of the Pro league will directly be qualified for the next Indian championship that is Free Fire Indian Championship Fall Split 2021. But that’s not all the remaining six teams will also be sent directly to the closed qualifiers of the FFIC.