Finally! Brazil will host the Free Fire World Series in November

Brazilian fans of ‘Free Fire’ have reason to celebrate, as Garena announced that the Free Fire World Series (FFWS) Final Global, the battle royale game’s world championship, will be held in Brazil in November.

The exciting news was revealed during ‘Spoiler Night’ on Thursday (8), marking the tournament’s return to the country after five years.

Brazil as the stage for the World Cup

After the victory of ‘Magic Squad’ in Bangkok, Thailand, in November last year, Brazil became the current ‘Free Fire’ world champion.

Brazilians will once again be able to attend the most important tournament in the sport, which promises to bring together the best teams from around the world in a fierce competition.

In addition to the confirmation of the World Cup on Brazilian soil, another exciting news reaches fans with the change of name of the national championship.

The Brazilian ‘Free Fire’ League (LBFF) is now renamed FFWS Brasil, as part of Garena’s global strategy to strengthen the brand in all markets.

The Brazilian team ‘Magic Squad’, world champion 2023 – Image: Garena/Reproduction

‘Free Fire’, developed by 111dots Studio and published by Garena, quickly won over the public since its official launch in December 2017.

Inspired by PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), the game is a success in the battle royale genre, with fifty players fighting for survival on an island, searching for strategic weapons and equipment.

With over 7.5 million players as of October 2018, ‘Free Fire’ has surpassed other popular Android titles such as PUBG Mobile and Clash Royale.

In recognition of its popularity, the game received the award for Best Game by Popular Vote by Google Play Store in 2018.

The Free Fire World Series (FFWS) represents the pinnacle of the ‘Free Fire’ competitive scene, attracting teams from around the world to compete for a prize pool of US$2 million.

The 2021 edition stood out as the most-watched esports event in terms of peak live viewers at the time.

With the arrival of FFWS in Brazil, fans can expect an intense competition, full of exciting action and epic moments.

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The return of the Free Fire World Cup to the country promises to be an unforgettable spectacle for game and gaming enthusiasts. eSports in general.

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