After a month of competition in the qualifiers, league stage, and play-ins, only 12 teams remain in the Free Fire India Championship spring season 2021. These teams will be competing in the grand finals on March 21 for a share of the Rs. 750,000 (about $102,710) prize pool and one slot in the 2021 World Series.
Of the 12 teams, six have made their way through the league circuit, which happened between Feb. 19 and March 7. The other six teams have qualified from the play-ins, which concluded yesterday.
The league circuit featured 18 teams that were split across three groups. The teams competed across nine days with the top six qualifying for the finals. The bottom 12 teams, on the other hand, battled in the play-ins yesterday for a shot at the grand finals.
Here are teams that qualified for the FFIC 2021 spring season grand finals.
- Sixth Sense
- Total Gaming
- Team Elite
- Survivors 4AM
- Team Chaos
- Team D Esports
- Last Breath
- Galaxy Racer
- AFF Esports
The winner in the grand finals will pocket Rs. 35,00,000 (about $48,000), in addition to a slot in the Free Fire World Series in April. Free Fire’s esports roadmap for 2021 features two World Series: one in April and the other in November. The April World Series will be played in Asia.
The 12 teams in the grand finals have also qualified for the summer season of the Free Fire Pro League (FFPL) India. The details about this tournament haven’t been announced yet.