Registrations For Free Fire Malaysia Championship 2021 With RM200,000 Prize Pool Open Now
Garena has just announced that the new Free Fire Malaysia Championship 2021 is now open for registration. The Free Fire Malaysia Championship 2021 will feature a prize pool of USD50,000 (RM200,000) and is the first Malaysian Only tournament held since the 2020 Free Fire Malaysia Open.
Register for the Free Fire Malaysia Championship 2021 now
All players with a gold rank and an account level of at least 20 will be eligible to register and compete in the FFMC 2021, with no registration fee required. From May 31st onwards, players can join up for the competition in-game via the Free Fire Cup menu to speed up the registration process.
The Free Fire Malaysia Championship 2021 consists of the Qualifiers stage, a 6-week League Stage, and Grand Finals.
Teams of four to six players will begin their trip through the event with an online qualification, which will be open from May 31 to June 3. Between the 4th and 6th of June, players will join teams and compete in the In-game qualifying tournament mode, where the top 48 teams in the leaderboard will qualify and advance to the Qualifier Finals.
The remaining 48 teams will be divided into four groups for the Qualifier Finals, with each group playing four rounds in a best-of-four format. The League Circuit Stage will be played by the top 18 teams from the Qualifier Finals.
The 18 teams will be divided into three groups of six teams, with each group competing against the other over the course of eight match days, with the groups reshuffled after day four of the matches. The League Circuit Stage will take place from June 26 to July 18, with teams competing for a berth in the Top 12 and a chance to compete in the Grand Finals on July 31.
Teams will compete over six rounds over all three maps in the Grand Finals, with the victorious team taking home the lion’s share of the USD50,000 (RM200,000) prize fund. In terms of social networking measures, the League Circuit Stage and Grand Finals will be held online throughout the event.
For more information on the Free Fire Malaysia Championship 2021, do check out the official website here.
Pokdepinion: Wow RM200k prize pool. If I were actually any good in Free Fire I would definitely try this tournament out but alas, I am not that good at Free Fire or any battle royale game for that matter.