Free Fire World Series (FFWS) 2023 Overview: Check out Schedule, Format, Scoring System, and More- The highly anticipated Free Fire World Series (FFWS) is back with its fifth season, promising an action-packed esports spectacle. Scheduled from November 10 to 26, 2023, this tournament will see 18 top-notch squads from around the globe showcase their skills and teamwork in a bid to claim the championship.
O #FFWS tem data e local!
As melhores equipes de Free Fire do mundo se reunirão em Bangkok, na Tailândia, para disputar o posto de melhores equipes do mundo em um torneio que acontecerá entre os dias 10 e 26 de novembro!
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— Free Fire Esports Brasil – #LBFF (@FFesportsBR) July 26, 2023
Format and Schedule
Garena, the gaming giant behind Free Fire, has again chosen Thailand as the host country for this exciting event. Unlike previous editions, the 2023 FFWS will introduce a six-day Group Stage instead of the one-day Play-Ins.
Following this, the Grand Finale will be contested over three days rather than one. The Group Stage will take place in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, and will feature 18 teams competing across six match days.
These teams will be divided into three groups and face each other in a Round Robin format, playing a total of 36 matches. The top 12 performing teams at the end of this stage will secure their spots in the ultimate round.
The Grand Finale, held from November 24 to 26, will consist of 12 teams battling it out in 18 matches over the course of three days. The team that accumulates the most points will be crowned the champion and rewarded with a prestigious trophy and substantial prize money. While the specific prize pool for the Free Fire World Series 2023 has not been disclosed, rest assured, it will be worth competing for.
Garena has carefully allocated slots to different regions, aiming for a diverse representation of the global Free Fire community. The slot distribution is as follows:
- Brazil: 3 slots
- Latin America (LATAM): 3 slots
- Thailand: 3 slots
- Indonesia: 2 slots
- Vietnam: 2 slots
- MCPS: 1 slot
- Pakistan: 1 slot
- Middle East and Africa (MEA): 1 slot
- To Be Announced: 2 slots
The points system for FFWS 2023 remains consistent with previous seasons. Teams will earn points based on their performance in each match. Here’s the breakdown:
- Booyah (1st place): 12 points
- 2nd place: 9 points
- 3rd place: 8 points
- 4th place: 7 points
- 5th place: 6 points
- 6th place: 5 points
- 7th place: 4 points
- 8th place: 3 points
- 9th place: 2 points
- 10th place: 1 point
- 11th and 12th place: 0 points
The FFWS 2023 will be live-streamed on various platforms in multiple languages to ensure maximum accessibility for viewers. Free Fire World Series 2023 promises to be a thrilling and competitive event, bringing together the best teams from around the world to compete in the iconic battle royale game.
With Thailand as the host country, a revamped format, and a diverse representation of regions, the FFWS 2023 is set to captivate gaming enthusiasts and esports fans alike.