Garena Announces Free Fire Asia All-Stars 2020; India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam Set To Lock Horns

Shounak Sengupta
29/May/2020 08:54 am

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  • Top streamers and professional players across India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam to compete virtually at FFAA 2020
  • Total prize pool of US$80,000 will be up for grabs across the two-day event
  • Fans will be able to catch all the action live online on 12 and 13 June 2020

Garena will host the Free Fire Asia All-Stars (FFAA) 2020, where the top streamers and professional players (pros) across India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam will compete in an online-only tournament..

 On 12 and 13 June 2020, both streamers and pros alike will compete in an online environment for a prize pool of US $80,000. Fans and followers can catch all the action live online on YouTube and BOOYAH!, with regional as well as English casting.  

12 June 2020 – Influencer All-Stars

 FFAA 2020 will kick off with 12 teams competing for the prize pool of US$30,000. The 4 regions – India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam – will each be represented by 3 teams, comprising a mix of streamers and pros.

13 June 2020 – Pros All-Stars

 Day 2 of FFAA 2020 will witness the top pro teams from the 4 regions to become the inaugural Pros All-Stars champion. The top 3 teams for each region will be invited to represent their region at the Pros All-Stars and compete for the US$50,000 prize pool. In India, the invitations will be extended to the top finishers at the previously-held Scrim Wars. Teams will likewise be challenged as previous esports tournaments would allow them to be physically alongside fellow teammates.


The tournament format across both days will be the same. Teams will battle it over 6 rounds, across 3 maps: Bermuda, Purgatory, and Kalahari.  The winning team will be announced at the end of each day. Regions will also be ranked based on points earned by their teams and at the end of FFAA 2020, the top region will also be announced.


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