Free Fire India Championship Finals To Be Held Behind Closed Doors Due to Covid-19 Situation

Shounak Sengupta
19/Mar/2020 04:25 pm

Cover and thumbnail via @Garena Free Fire

A news which comes as no surprise was confirmed earlier today as Garena announced that the Free Fire India Championship Finals will be held without a crowd because of the Covid-19 situation. According to the update, the event will still be held on the given date, ie, 28th March. However because of the current situation a decision has been made to not have players and a crowd under the same roof.

This does mean that the only way to watch the tournament will be via the livestream. 12 teams will be participating in the Free Fire India Championship Finals. Entity Gaming (formerly known as Team Nawabzaade) won the League stage and have established themselves as the team to beat in the finals. 

[Also read: Team Nawabzaade win FFIC League Stage]



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