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In a bid to promote deserving talent from across the country, Free Fire Esports has come up with an exciting 2021 lineup of events. Buoyed by the success it witnessed this year, the esports identity seems to be teeming with confidence ahead of an optimistic 2021.
To commemorate this feat, the officials have revealed their roadmap for the coming year. They have announced four tournaments at a total prize pool of over Rs two crore, which will consist of two India Championships: Spring and Fall, coupled with two Pro Leagues.
An attractive proposition
Each pro season will have a prize pool of more than Rs one crore, while the Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) will have a prize pool of Rs 75 lakh. A few weeks back, Qualcomm also announced its Snapdragon Conquest Free Fire tournament, which came with prize money of Rs 50 lakh.
It is quite evident that with multiple tournaments lined up for 2021, esports organizations do not want to be left behind and are looking to set the ball rolling immediately and start the rigorous routine for upcoming events. This involves an early announcement of plans along with attractive prize incentives.
A recent success story
Force One Esports has been a professional Indian gaming team set up this year, and has eventually formed a Free Fire roster for upcoming tournaments after acquiring the squad of Kingz God. The announcement was made via its social media handles. It is owned by Pain RV and Pain Dragon. The company has a presence in games like Call of Duty Mobile and PUBG Mobile. Its COD Mobile team is the number one ranked team across Asia in the Battle Royal mode.
In terms of accolades till date, Force One emerged finalists at many famous tournaments like the ESL India Premiership, QUME Bitcoin Event, The Porusplay Main Event, etc. Free Fire, meanwhile, is the most downloaded game of 2020, with more than 220 million downloads. Over the months, it has gained wide popularity across markets like LATAM, SEA, and SA. The recently-concluded Free Fire Continental Series Asia (FFCS Asia) peaked at around 2.5 million viewers with more than 8 lakh average viewers.
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