After the successful completion of the FFWS 2021 SG with Phoenix Force crowned as the champions, Garena has recently announced their first-ever Free Fire Pro League (FFPL) 2021 Summer, which will present teams from India and Nepal with a stepping stone to establishing themselves as the best in their respective regions. The stakes are high for this action-packed esports tournament, which will feature the top 18 teams from India and Nepal as they compete to battle it out to win their shares from a prize pool of INR 35 lakh. Let us dig into more details about the upcoming FFPL 2021 Summer.
About Free Fire Pro League (FFPL) 2021 Summer
For a chance to compete in the FFPL 2021 Summer this year, the players can register from the options available in-game, starting from 1st of June 2021, until the Free Fire City Open 2021 match day on 4 June. Regarding the tournament, Garena and the Free Fire team has expressed their thoughts:
The top 12 teams from FFIC 2021 Spring and 6 teams who advance through the FFC mode will compete across six match days starting 26 June to 11 July 2021, all to secure a spot in the coveted Grand Finals taking place on 18 July 2021. All the matches will be played in the Battle Royale Squad mode.
The schedule for the FFPL 2021 Summer is as follows:
- Match Day 1 – 26 June
- Match Day 2 – 27 June
- Match Day 3 – 3 July
- Match Day 4 – 4 July
- Match Day 5 – 10 July
- Match Day 6 – 11 July
- Grand Finals – 18 July
FFIC 2021 Fall Qualification
A first-of-its-kind tournament, the FFPL 2021 Summer expects to have massive significance for all the participating teams. This is a massive opportunity for the participating squads to cement their legacy in the Free Fire Esports Circuit in India. 18 teams that will participate in the FFPL 2021 Summer will consist of the top 12 teams from the Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) 2021 Spring, while the remaining 6 slots will be open for teams to battle it out in the Free Fire Cup (FFC) mode to secure their spots in this tournament. The top 6 teams from FFPL 2021 Summer will get directly seeded into the FFIC 2021 Fall, while teams placed 7 to 12 will secure their spots in the closed qualifiers of FFIC 2021 Fall.
Teams directly seeded from FFIC 2021 Spring are listed below:
- Red Owl Gaming (previously known as Team Chaos)
- Team Elite
- Sixth Sense
- Last Breath
- S8UL (previously known as Nemesis)
- Team D Esports
- LVL – Iconic
- Survivor 4 AM
- AFF Esports
- Total Gaming
- Galaxy Racer
The FFPL 2021 Summer aims to elevate the competitive nature of Free Fire esports by creating a cycle of promotion that will provide teams with the structure they need to keep on striving to be the best in the circuit.
Free Fire doesn’t disappoint again when considering the prize pool. The stakes are high for this action-packed tournament, which will feature the top 18 teams from India and Nepal as they compete to battle it out to win their shares from a prize pool of INR 35 lakh.
FFPL 2021 Summer Broadcast Details
Viewers can catch all the live-action by tuning in to the live broadcasts of FFPL 2021 Summer. Free Fire Fans can tune in to the Free Fire Esports India YouTube Channel, as well as on Facebook and BOOYAH! to watch the high-octane action.