The debut edition of the Free Fire Pro League Summer (FFPL) 2021 is just around the corner with registration for the FFC Mode currently ongoing. The tournament which is a part of the Indian Free Fire 2021 competitive circuit has kick-started the Summer season, featuring a prize pool of INR 35,00,000 ($47,842 approx.) along with 12 directly invited teams from Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) 2021 Spring that had taken place earlier this year. Apart from this, 6 more teams will be making their way into the tournament through the open qualifiers, also known as FFC Mode.
Read on to find out how teams can register for the FFC Mode so as to qualify for the Free Fire Pro League Summer 2021, scheduled for the entire tournament, invited teams, prize pool distribution, and other important information.
How to Register for FFC Mode
There are 6 slots available for teams that can successfully make their way through the open qualifiers of FFPL 2021, officially called FFC Mode. The registration for FFC Mode are currently live, having started yesterday on June 1 and coming to an end on June 4 at 20:00 (IST).
The FFC Mode itself is scheduled to take place on the last day of registration on June 4 from 16:00 to 20:00 (IST). It is not too late to register yourself and interested players can follow the steps mentioned below to register themselves.
FFC Mode - Important Details
Here are a few important things that all players participating or playing in the FFC Mode should be aware of.
FFPL 2021 - Invited Teams, Format, Schedule
As per the structure of the Indian Free Fire 2021 competitive circuit, the top twelve teams from Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) 2021 Spring directly make their way to this tournament. So the teams that will be directly making their way to this tournament are,
These 12 teams will be further joined by 6 more teams making their way through the FFC Mode. Together these 18 teams will go up against each from 26 June to 11 July, split into 3 groups of 6 teams each with the grand finals set to take place on 18 July.
Out of the 18 teams competing at the tournament 12 teams will move on to the grand finals. From these 12 teams, the top 6 will directly qualify for the Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) 2021 Fall main event, while the remaining 6 will make it to the closed qualifiers of the same event.
This is all the information about FFPL 2021 that has been revealed so far. More details like the prize pool distribution, teams making it through the FFC Mode, and broadcast links will be revealed as we move closer to the date of the tournament.