Where Will the Free Fire World Series Take Place? – Answered


It’s a new year and that means The Free Fire World Series (FFWS) is here once again. This year’s FFWS will receive 22 teams from all 13 Free Fire regions.

The FFWS tournament is also returning to Singapore and will take place in Sentosa, an island on the southern coast. The global competition is scheduled to commence in May, and will gather squads from all over the globe to compete for the title of world champions.

Squads will qualify for the FFWS through the regional Free Fire tournaments. The eligible regions are North America, Pakistan, Brazil, Taiwan, Indonesia, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Latin America, Malaysia & Cambodia & Philippines (MCP), Vietnam, India, Latin America, and Europe.


The play-ins will start on May 14 and the grand finals are scheduled for May 21.

Twelve teams will face-off in the play-ins for a chance to earn a spot in the finals. The top two teams of the play-ins will join the other ten qualified squads.

The play-ins will commence on May 14 and the finals will be played on May 21st. The match days of the Free Fire World Series Sentosa, 2022 will happen with six rounds across the three Free Fire maps. Each team will receive points for their standings for their number of kills as well as their match ranking.

This is second time that the Free Fire World Series will be taking place in Singapore. The previous edition held last year amassed a concurrent 5.4 million online viewers, making a groundbreaking record of eSports matches in history.

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