India’s biggest Free Fire tournament – the Free Fire India Today League, is coming to an end. The finals will be held in Delhi.

The prize split for champion and runner ups

It is expected that around two thousand fans of the game would show up at the finals offline and cheer for the teams, together with fellow Indian gamers. Pre-registration can be done via the official website of Free Fire – fans who come to the venue will get free skins and gear as part of an in-game items bundle. For people who are unable to attend the event, Garena would be streaming the tournament through the official website and YouTube. Additionally, Mr. Kiren Rijiju, the Sports Minister, will be a guest of the event. His presence is the support for the esports community.

The final teams are chosen after September’s online qualifiers. Over one hundred thousand registration were admitted for the tournament, with five thousand teams and twenty thousand players qualified for the playoffs.

The in-game set rewards

The prize pool of the tournament is 35 lakhs and it would be split amongst the top 12 players of the final. The champion would get the most, earning 8.5 lakhs from the total prize pool. The others would get less and less. Below is the link for the YouTube stream in Hindi:

Free Fire is currently one of the most popular mobile battle royale games in India and the world. According to trusted sources, in Q2 2019, the game was the third most downloaded software in if the numbers in both Android and iOS were combined. Currently, Free Fire has around 400 million registered players in about 130 countries. The number of daily active users is about 50 million.

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