Free Fire India Championship Finals Is Postponed Due To The Lockdown Across India

Previously, the Free Fire India Championship Finals was planned to be held in closed doors to prevent the coronavirus from spreading while keeping the competitiveness of the tournament. However, as the situation of the coronavirus is getting more and more serious, Garena has officially announced that the Free Fire India Championship Finals will be postponed indefinitely to support the government.

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Garena announced on their Facebook that the Free Fire Championship Finals will be postponed indefinitely

Up to 75 districts in India are now under lockdown. Only very essential services such as transportations, hospitals, police are allowed to operate from now to March 31. All protests, demonstrations, social-gatherings are prohibited. Traveling within the country is also restricted.

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India's streets are now empty because of the lockdown

Team Desert Gods Disqualified From Free Fire India Championship Because of Smurfing

The League Stage of the Free Fire India Championship 2020 just ended a week ago with team Nawabzaade on the top followed by team Desert Gods in second place. However, recently, Garena has found out that in one tournament match, a different player was playing an account of a member in team Desert Gods. It means that the team actually didn't get to the top 2 with the roster they registered. After carefully considered, Garena has decided to disqualify team Desert Gods from the tournament entirely.

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Team Desert Gods used a different player for the tournament and are now disqualified

As the top 12 teams from the League Stage will be qualified for the Free Fire India Championship Finals, it is likely that the 13th place team Atp kings will go to the Finals instead. However, there has been no confirmation about this decision so far. The tournament might as well just go on with 11 teams.