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Free Fire Pro League Winter: Registrations will be starting on December 21

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Free Fire Pro League Winter: Registrations will be starting on December 21
Free Fire Pro League Winter: Registrations will be starting on December 21

Free Fire Pro League Winter: Registrations will be starting on December 21-  Garena outlined a detailed strategy last year for Free Fire Esports India in 2021. They announced four major tournaments with a total prize fund of two crores INR. As 2021 comes to an end, Garena has already organized three of these four tournaments.

Immediately following the conclusion of the Winter Invitational, the Free Fire Pro League Winter has been announced as the fourth and final tournament of the circuit. Participants are required to register through the game between the 21st and 24th of December. In this event, all the teams registered will compete in FFC mode, and only six will qualify to compete in the league phase. Free Fire India Championship 2021 Fall finalists are invited to join these six teams directly for the league stages.

Free Fire Pro League Winter: Registrations will be starting on December 21

In the Summer edition of Free Fire Pro League 2021, Total Gaming came out on top. Team Elite came in second. The tournament took place from June 26 to July 18.

Free Fire Pro League Winter 2021 Prize Pool

There is a huge prize pool of 35 lakhs INR available for the FFPL 2021 Winter; the winner will receive more than 40%, or roughly 15 lakhs INR. The first and second runners-up will receive 7.5 lakhs and 3.5 lakhs, respectively.

Major free fire event in India

This year began with the Free Fire India Championship Spring Split, won by Galaxy Racer (now Nigma Galaxy), and concluded with the first-ever professional league, won by Total Gaming Esports in June-July this year. FFIC Fall Split 2021 marks Team Elite’s first major victory in a year that saw more than five podium finishes.

Aside from these three tournaments, Garena also hosted the City Open, a competition with a prize pool of 60 lakh INR, which was won by Blind Esports. Free Fire Tri-Series was won by Sixth Sense, which had teams from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Vietnam’s HQ Esports won the Free Fire Asia Invitational 2021.

Read More- Team Mafiabala has been crowned as the champions of the Free Fire Winter Invitational 2021

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