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Garena announced the Free Fire All-Stars 2021 which will take place later in July

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Garena announced the Free Fire All Stars 2021, will take place in July
Garena announced the Free Fire All Stars 2021, will take place in July

Garena announced the Free Fire All-Stars 2021 which will take place later in July:  Garena Free Fire is back with the brand new season of Free Fire All-Stars. This time event will feature three regional competitions ( Asia, EMEA, Americas). Free Fire All-Stars 2021 will take place on 23-25 July 2021 where top teams from the region will battle to become a star.

Today, FREE FIRE INDONESIA ESPORTS recalls the FFAA (Free Fire Asia All-Stars) 2020 tournament and asks fans do they still remember their teams who represented them at FFAA.

Last year, Garena hosted an FFAA(Free Fire Asia All-Stars) tournament. In this tournament, teams across Indonesia, India, Thailand, and Vietnam competed for a total prize pool of $80,00 USD. This whole event was held on June 12 and June 13. Due to the corona crisis, this event was online not an event.

In FFAA, there were two tournaments organized one for all professional teams called Pros All-Stars and the other was for all-streamers across Indonesia, India, Thailand, and Vietnam called Influencers All-Stars. The event featured prize pool was divided between them like $50,000 USD for Pros All-Stars and $30,000 USD for Influencers All-Stars.

The format of the tournament was the same for both Pros All-Stars and Influencers All-Stars. The top 12 teams around all four regions played six matches in all three Maps of Free Fire: Purgatory, Bermuda, and Kalahari. Points were awarded to the teams on the basis of their kills and rankings. The team with the highest points at the end of six matches will be the winner of the FFAA tournament. All the matches were streamed online on the official youtube Free Fire Esports channel of every region in multiple languages.

In this tournament, the top three teams of Indonesia from the Free Fire Indonesia Master 2020 Spring tournament represented in FFAA 2020. Teams and their players who represented Indonesia region were as follows.

Aerowolf Pro Team
  • HaLCyon
  • BlacK
  • BhenK
  • BrokenG
ONIC Olympus
  • Jars
  • Amek
  • Rgone
  • Tabul
  • Tayooo
  • Wizaaa
EVOS Esports
  • Abu
  • Street
  • SAM13
  • MR05

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