The Free Fire Invitational Championship (FFIC) is Free Fire’s flagship professional esports competition in India, bringing together the top teams from across the country to battle for a prize pool of INR 75 lakhs.
On the Free Fire social media channels, fans can catch a glimpse of Neeraj Chopra, an Olympic gold medallist from India, as well as a teaser for his novel “Jump Into The Impossible,” which will be released in November.
The Grand Finals, which will take place on October 17th, will be the finale of five tough stages in which the last 12 teams will compete for the title of greatest team in the region.
Fans will have the opportunity to acquire a character, pet, or emote, as well as many other interesting incentives, in this game that promises plenty of high-calibre competitive action.
The 14th of October, 2021, will be India’s Independence Day. The Grand Finals of the Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) 2021 Fall, Free Fire’s biggest esports competition in India, have been announced. The Grand Finals will be held on October 17th at 6 p.m. IST, with the top 12 teams from throughout the area fighting for a total prize pool of INR 75 lakhs and a spot in the Free Fire Asia Championship 2021. The finale will have Olympic Gold Medalist Neeraj Chopra thanking the finalists as well as a teaser reveal of his story “Jump Into the Impossible,” which will be released in November on Free Fire official social media outlets. With a giveaway, Neeraj will start the final matchday.
The finale will have Olympic Gold Medalist Neeraj Chopra thanking the finalists as well as a teaser reveal of his narrative “Jump Into the Impossible,” which will be released in November on Free Fire’s official social media outlets. The final match day will be kicked off by a giveaway of Neeraj’s autographed FFIC jerseys.
FFIC 2021 Fall is the climax of five exhausting stages in which teams from India and Nepal competed for a spot in the coveted finale. The following are the 12 finalists:
- Total Gaming Esports
- Galaxy Racer
- Team Elite
- Blind Esports
- 4 Unknown
- Desi Gamers Esports
- Head Hunters
- Aura Gaming Esports
- PVS Gaming Esports
- LR7 Esports
- Team Chaos
Plenty of rewards for fans that tune in to watch the Grand Finals live!
Fans will be able to obtain enticing in-game incentives for attaining 200K, 300K, and 400K concurrent viewership thresholds while the teams compete against each other. At each of these milestones, viewers can win thrilling drops like Pickup Truck – Fancy Ride, MAG-7 – The Executioner + 1 Custom Room Card, and a chance to Choose One of Four: One-Finger Pushup Emote / Skyler Character / Beaston Pet / M4A1-FFCS.
An exciting in-game event so fans can join in the fun!
In addition, players can don their competitive hats and take part in a week-long in-game event featuring thrilling prizes. It’s as simple as logging on, completing assignments, and cheering on their favorite teams in the Grand Finals! Among the prizes available are Haunting Night Pan and a permanent Crimson Parkour package, to name a few.
Fastest Fingers First event during finals broadcast
During the finals broadcast, there will be plenty more prizes for viewers to win. Due to popular demand, the Fastest Fingers First event is returning, this time with a larger lobby! During the breaks between matches, two custom lobbies will be constructed, with the room specifics (room ID and password) disclosed by the casters on the live stream. Blue Flame Draco AK skins will be given to the first 20 viewers who enter the lobby!
Qualification to Free Fire Asia Championship and Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter
While the top 12 teams in the FFIC 2021 Fall competition compete for a piece of the INR 75 lakh prize pool, it isn’t the only award on offer. These teams will also be automatically qualified for the 2021 Winter Free Fire Pro League. The top four teams will also be invited to compete in the Free Fire Asia Championship 2021, which will be held on November 20, 21, and 28, 2021.
The Free Fire Esports India official channels will broadcast the FFIC 2021 Fall Grand Finals live. On the YouTube Channel, as well as on Facebook and BOOYAH!, fans may watch the live action.