Garena’s Free Fire Battle Arena (FFBA) tournament has ended. The company claimed that over 5,00,000 teams had participated in the online qualifier stages and included teams from India, Bangladesh and Nepal. In fact, Garena noted that the tournament was a first for teams in Bangladesh and Nepal. But in the end, Team-8bit were the champions and won 1,00,000 in in-game diamonds.
Teams Legendary-noobs came in second and received 50,000 diamonds, while Old_skool placed third and won 40,000 diamonds. Taking fourth place was DOMINATORS!!! who won 30,000 diamonds. Teams placed fifth to twelfth got 10,000 diamonds each. It was noted that players from Bangladesh and Nepal put in exceptional performances and two teams from the later, namely Royal_Gurkhaa and Nepal_Esport finished 11th and 12th respectively.
The matches were broadcast on the Free Fire Esports India YouTube and Free Fire India Official BOOYAH! channels, with local shout casters providing commentary in Hindi. Garena claims that the live streams attracted more than 38,00,000 cumulative views in total, across all platforms.
To recall, the Free Fire Battle Arena was announced last month and required players to register in teams of 4-5 players in order to compete in the online qualifier stage on May 24. All players would play the open qualifiers on the same day and the top 24 teams got to advance to the league stages.
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