Snapdragon Conquest Free Fire Open: A treat for Indian gamers

18 Dec, 2020 Gaming Events 102 0 Comment

Qualcomm’s first ever esports tournament, the Snapdragon Conquest Free Fire Open 2020 had its registrations kick off on December 8th. The tournament is open for all Indian residents older than 12 years of age and the only other criteria is that players will need to have a Garena Free Fire account that is above level 10 to be eligible.

With this, Garena Free Fire’s massive audience has widened the avenues for content creation and esports related to the title. The tournament boasts a massive prize pool of Rs five million, and the crucial factor here is that the tournament is completely free to enter and there is no registration fee. To participate, players had filled a registration form on the company’s official website, which needed them to register all four players of their squad.

The in-game qualifiers will take place over six days, during which registered squads will have to play 15 classic matches in the Bermuda and Kalahari maps. The top 10 performances in the 15 matches will advance to the next stage. A total of 648 teams will progress to the playoffs and to decide the total squad kills for each team, survival time and accuracy will be taken into consideration.

During the playoffs, the 648 teams will be divided into 54 groups, with direct single-match eliminations through three rounds. The top 4 teams from each group will progress to the second round, where they will be divided into 18 groups. Post this, the top four teams from each group will be selected for the third round. The final round will consist of 18 matches, with people divided into six groups, with the top three teams from each group moving to the next phase.

The top 18 teams from the playoffs along with 6 invited teams will be allowed to participate in the ‘League Stages’ for four weeks in a round robin format. From this 12 teams will be selected to move on to the Snapdragon Conquest: Free fire Open 2020 Grand Finale, where the squad with the highest cumulative score will win the championship.

Anwesh Koley

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