The next FFWS, scheduled to take place in November, will not be held to safeguard the health and safety of the Free Fire community
Dubai: Garena will not be holding the next Free Fire World Series (FFWS) scheduled to take place in November 2021, in light of the evolving situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
The well-being of everyone involved in the FFWS was Garena’s top priority as they carefully considered all options. Garena made the difficult decision not to hold the event to continue safeguarding the health and safety of the Free Fire community.
The World Series stands as Free Fire’s largest and most exciting offline esports tournament. The growing safety concerns, however, made it challenging to provide players and fans both an enjoyable yet safe offline esports experience.
Garena would like to thank all players, fans, and partners for their continued support and look forward to hosting all Free Fire players and fans safely in time to come.
About Garena Free Fire:
Free Fire is an immersive battle royale game created specifically with mobile gamers in mind. Developed and published globally by Garena, Free Fire was the most downloaded mobile game worldwide in 2020 and 2019, according to App Annie. In 2020, Free Fire achieved a record high of over 100 million peak daily active users globally. Today, more than just a game title, Free Fire commits to inspire young people to battle in their own styles both in game and in life while having fun along the way.