The FFPL 2021 Winter started on the 8th of January, 2021, and the Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter Grand Finals will take place on the 30th of January, 2022.
According to the Free Fire India 2021 Esports Roadmap, Garena promised four major championships, and Garena concluded the three out of four tournaments in 2021. However, the fourth tournament, FFPL 2021 Winter, will conclude on the 30th of January, 2022.
Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter Grand Finals
The registrations for FFPL 2021 Winter began on the 21st of December and ended on the 24th of December. Moreover, the online qualifiers of the tournament took place on the 24th of December from 4.00 pm to 8.00 pm. Also, Garena has invited the finalists of the Free Fire India Championship 2021 to FFPL 2021 Winter.
The League Stages featured eighteen teams, 12 invited teams, and six teams qualified through the online qualifiers. These teams were divided into three groups, and they fought in the FFCL 2021 Winter League Stages over six days. Moreover, the top 12 teams from the league stages advanced to the Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter Grand Finals. Moreover, the qualified teams in the Grand Finals have got headstart points based on their performance in the league stages.
FFPL 2021 Winter Grand Finals Teams
Following is the list of all the qualified teams and their headstart points for the Grand Finals of FFPL 2021 Winter.
- Revenant Esports (14 points)
- Chemin Esports (12 points)
- Nigma Galaxy (10 points)
- Team Insane Esports (10 points)
- Total Gaming Esports (8 points)
- Team Chaos (6 points)
- KM Brotherhood (6 points)
- GodLike Esports (4 points)
- TSM (4 points)
- Aura Gaming (2 points)
- Assassin Army (2 points)
- PVS Gaming (0 points)
The FFPL 2021 Winter has a massive prize pool of Rs. 35 Lakh, and the winner will get a whopping Rs. 15 lakh.
The best 12 teams across the country have qualified for the Free Fire Pro League 2021 Winter Grand Finals. However, seeing which team triumphs and wins the FFPL 2021 Winter will be exciting. Besides, fans can watch the live stream of the tournament on Free Fire Esports India channel on YouTube and Facebook.