Free Fire India Releases Trailer Of Latest Upcoming Series Aa Dekhe Zara

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Free Fire India Releases Trailer of Latest Upcoming Series 'Aa Dekhe Zara!'

A new Free Fire web series is on its way!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Garena has dropped the trailer of Free Fire India's latest series titled 'Aa Dekhe Zara!'.
The web series is themed on the currently ongoing FFCO 2021 and is scheduled to release on 4th August.
The web series will probably completely release before the scheduled FFCO National Finals 2021 which is scheduled to take place on 15th August.

Garena has dropped the trailer of Free Fire India's latest series titled 'Aa Dekhe Zara!'. The web series is scheduled to release a few days later on 4th August and seems to be related to the upcoming National Finals of Free Fire City Open (FFCO) 2021. Though not much has been revealed in the barely minute-long trailer it is definitely themed on the currently ongoing FFCO tournament. This is evident from the opening scene of the trailer which zooms in on a notice board showcasing the eight Free Fire teams that are each representing a specific Indian city, based on the concept of FFCO.

The series will be releasing on YouTube itself and might be coming out as a collection of episodes which will definitely release before the National Finals begin. No official details other than its release date has been revealed so far by Free Fire India.

Free Fire releases trailer of 'Aa Dekhe Zara!'

Free Fire India, a few weeks before the scheduled National Finals of FFCO 2021, has released the trailer of a web series themed around the tournament called 'Aa Dekhe Zara!'

Though not much has been revealed in the series' barely one-minute long trailer, from what can be seen, you know that it takes place in a college hostel where a few students can be seen playing Free Fire on their mobile devices.

Free Fire City Open (FFCO) 2021 - Full Tournament Format

This is followed by a competition between different squads within the same hostel as they all want to take over the recreation room, which has all the facilities that one can expect from a general gaming bootcamp - strong WiFi connection, AC, bean bag, and everything else that a player would require to compete in peace.

Each squad in the series has been named after a city which they apparently represent, similar to the concept of FFCO 2021 where eight teams will be playing for their own city.

  • Delhi Titans

  • Mumbai Strikers

  • Hyderabad Nawabs

  • Ahemdabad Lions

  • Kolkata Kings

  • Chennai Conquerors

  • Lucknow Warriors

  • Vizag Victors

Though for the real event, which is scheduled to take place on 15th August, a total of 12 teams will be participating, two each making their way through the Wildcard Finals and City Play-Ins, respectively.

The release date of the web series is 4th August though it is unclear at this point in time if all the episodes will be released together or over a period of time leading up to the main event.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.