EWar Games to host Free Fire Premiere League with Rs 1.5L Prize Pool

11 Mar, 2021 Gaming Events 155 0 Comment
Free Fire Premiere League

The FPL will be of various forms that will usually begin with nine matches approximately. Free Fire gamers will play it continuously on a daily basis

EWar Games, a Bengaluru-based start-up in the field of gaming, has made a declaration that Free Fire Premiere League (FPL) will be launched in India.

The FPL will operate across different stages. It will commence with approximately nine matches being played on a daily basis.

From six different states including Karnataka, Delhi, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Telangana, and Maharashtra, there are approximately over 50,000 participants.

Free Fire Premiere League: Overview

This Esports tournament will continue till March 20. For the winning team, they will get a prize pool of Rs 1.5 lakhs. There is a cash prize for 1st and 2nd runner ups. For them, they will get Rs 30,000, and Rs 10,000 respectively.

A prize of Rs 10,000 is available and players can also call it as a ‘Best Underdog Team’ award.

It will have 45 qualifiers’ match that will consist of 540 teams, for 18 quarter final matches, it will have 90 teams, and for 16 semi-final matches, it will have 24 teams.

Also, there are a few popular Free Fire teams, namely, Total Gaming, TSG, Lokesh Gamer, Nonstop Gaming, Nayeem Aalam, Villian Gaming, Techno Banda, Enigma Gaming and Jigs Official.

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More About The League

EWar Games will host an IPL-like auction for all the top 12 invited teams. Further, there will be six franchise or state owners and they will take part in a virtual-wallet-based auction.

For every owner, they will have a choice to buy or own two teams. These teams will represent their states and will battle against the underdog teams in Free Fire Premiere League.

There are a few state owners who will take part in this virtual bid, and to name them they are Nimish Raut, Fnatic India Head & Delhi owner, and Rushindra Sinha, Founder of Global Esports & Maharashtra

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