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Free Fire PH Open has P1-M prize pool


Garena, a leading global online games developer and publisher, invites all Free Fire players in the Philippines to sign up for the Free Fire Philippines Open, the mobile battle royale game’s first tournament created exclusively for the Philippines community. Taking place from July 20 to August 1, 2021, the Free Fire Philippines Open will feature a mouthwatering 1-million peso prize pool, and offer players the chance to test their skills against the nation’s top Free Fire talent. 

The online-only tournament builds on Garena’s efforts to excite and delight the Philippine gaming community with Free Fire esports content — all from the safety of their homes.

Players will have until June 25 to register for the Free Fire Philippines Open. There will be limited places available, with registrations to fill on a first come, first served basis, so don’t dally! 

Aspiring esports athletes can register here: ffpo.garena.com 

Tournament Format 

The Free Fire Philippines Open will comprise three stages: 

(1) Qualifiers – July 5 to July 9

(2) League Stage – July 20 to July 25

(3) Grand Finals – August 1

The Qualifiers are expected to feature thousands of 4-person teams from across the Philippines. But only the top 12 teams will advance to the League Stage, where they will then be drawn into 3 groups. In each of the 3 groups, the 4 teams who made it via the Qualifiers will be joined by another 2 invited teams, for a total of 6 teams in each group and 18 teams combined for the League Stage. The teams in each group will then proceed to duke it out over 6 days, with each group’s best performing 4 teams to book slots in the Grand Finals. 

All of the stages will follow similar competitive formats, with points awarded based on round ranking and the number of kills. During the Qualifiers stage, teams will compete across Bermuda and Kalahari. In the League Stage and Grand Finals, teams will compete to be the last one standing across all 3 maps – Bermuda, Purgatory, and Kalahari. 

Broadcasts & format 

Fans can catch all of the matches live on Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok. All of the broadcasts will be accompanied by commentary in English and Filipino. 

Free Fire is an immersive battle royale game created specifically with mobile gamers in mind. Developed and published globally by Garena, Free Fire achieved a record high of over 100 million peak daily active users in 2020. Free Fire content on YouTube was also the 3rd most watched game for 2020 with 72 billion views. 

Download Free Fire on the Apple iOS App or Google Play store.