The one game that has been expanding its territory as one of the most-watched esports in Europe is Garena Free Fire. The mobile battle royale reached a peak of over 100 million players per day and its explosive international popularity doesn’t seem to die down any soon. Recently, the devs have announced the Free Fire All-Stars tournament which will gather influencers and players from around the world. Free Fire esports Europe has witnessed a couple of exclusive tournaments, one of which is ready to kick-start.

So, what is up with the Free Fire esports tournament in Europe and what do they offer?

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FF Tournaments in Europe.

Free Fire esports Europe tournaments

After managing to hold successful tournaments in South America and Southeast Asia, Free Fire initiated its competitive debut in the European area. Take a look at the Free Fire esports Europe tournaments that have been stirring the player community.

1. Free Fire All-Stars 2021

The upcoming FFAS will take place this July. The global online event will see the feature of players from Asia, America, and EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).

Having the same way of function as Free Fire Continental Series (FFCS) 2020, every region will hold its own tournament. As they will have separate dates, fans of Free Fire from every corner of the globe will be able to follow all events as they want.

Each regional tournament will last for around three days and each day features a dispersed theme: Clash Squad, Bomb Squad, and Battle Royale. Each winning team of a region will bring home $10,000.

Free Fire All Stars
The tournament is going to start in Europe soon.

Here is the schedule for the Free Fire esports tournament in Europe and other regions:

  • July 23 - 25: The tournament starts with the Asia region with 8 server participants: India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan, MCP (Malaysia, Cambodia, and Philippines), Taiwan, Vietnam, and Thailand.
  • July 30 - August 1: Next, the EMEA event features players from Europe, CIS, and MENA.
  • August 6 – 8: Influencers and players from Brazil, North America, and LATAM will compete in the Americas event.

The Free Fire All-Stars 2021 will be live-streamed with local commentary. There has not been any announcement regarding the schedule.

Meanwhile. Garena had also revealed earlier one more Free Fire contest in 2021. The FFWS’s second edition will reportedly kick start in November. Its location has yet to be announced.

2. Bunny League Tournament

The pinkie bunny tournament for girls only is ongoing. Semi-finals have wrapped up in order for the final round to start very soon on July 18.

Bunny League
Bunny League contestants

The names of 6 finalist teams have been announced on the official Instagram account of Free Fire Europe. The girls who compete for the championship come from Portugal, Italy, Poland, and Spain.

You can watch the Livestream on Free Fire Europe Youtube and cheer for them at this event.

3. Free Fire Europe Solos tournament

Before the forthcoming FFAS, Free Fire had held the Europe Solos tournament which garnered a huge number of fans.

Free Fire Europe solo tournament requires the players to be at least 14 years old and must be European completely. Also, they need to have an account that ranks at level 20 at least. Each successfully registered player would engage in matches of Rush Hour mode using Purgatory, Bermuda, or Kalahari.

Free Fire Europe Solos Tournament
Free Fire Europe Solos tournament was a big success.

Those who became the champion of this tournament got a cash prize of $3,000. While the second runner-up got $1,500, the third winner received $1,000. The remaining nine gamers in the last rank collected an even reward.

The champions come from Greece, Poland, Portugal, and Turkey. This tournament started on April 13 and ended on May 23.

Since the success of this Free Fire esports Europe event, fans in this region are eager for more happenings and the forthcoming FFAS hopefully will satisfy their anticipation.

Free Fire Europe Solo Winners
The champions

How to join Free Fire esports tournament

Joining a Free Fire tournament is not a complicated process, but it varies due to which platform you choose to start with: Discord, app, or web app.

1. Discord

  • Check out the tournament details in Discord’s #tournament-info text channel.
  • At the bottom of the #tournament-info, choose #tournament-lobby.
  • To participate in the tournament, type !register in #tournament-lobby channel
  • Insert !register in the lobby to take part in the tournament.
  • As you receive a DM from the tourney bot, enter !joinsolo in it.
Join Free Fire Esports Tournament Discord
How to join Free Fire esports? Using Discord is one of the ways.

And there you have it, a slot for the Free Fire esports tournament.

2. app

  • Download application from Play Store or App store.
  • Login with your mobile phone and an automatic OTP.
  • On the tournament that you want to join, click register and follow the given guide.
Game Tv App
Download application

3. web app

  • On the web app, sign in using your Twitter or Discord account.
  • You can see under the Tournament Calendar tab a list of forthcoming Garena Free Fire esports tournaments.
  • Reach the one you want to take part in and you shall see the Register button at the bottom end.
  • Insert your in-game name (IGN) and hit Register.

Your registration process is now complete!

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