Tournament featuring female influencers, the community voted influencers and top FFIC 2021 Fall teams
Garena has announced Free Fire Diwali All Stars 2021, the tournament’s second edition featuring an all-new revamped format. Apart from popular influencers and top players, this year’s edition will feature top female gaming talent from the country. It will also feature 6 community chosen influencers and participation from Top FFIC 2021 Fall teams with the prize pool being the in-game currency of 100,000 diamonds each day.
The tournament looks to:
- Provide a platform for upcoming women streamers to go head-to-head against each other and the best of the Indian gaming community
- Celebrate the festival of lights, Diwali, in all its glory in true Free Fire style
Top female streamers, pro teams and community voted influencers to battle it out
FFDA 2021 will see the participation of popular female influencers like Sooneeta, Hayley, Unicorn IB, Brightfox to name a few. Day 2 will feature top teams from FFIC 2021 Fall: PVS Gaming Esports, Total Gaming Esports, Team Elite, Desi Gaming Esports and community voted influencers including the likes of Lokesh Gamer, TSG Mann, Assassin’s Army, Daddy calling, X Mania and Nonstop Gaming.
All of the matches will be played in Battle Royale Squad mode in a Best of 4 format. On the first day, 11 female influencer teams will battle it out for a spot on Day 2 and for a prize pool of 100,000 diamonds. On Day 2, the top 2 teams from Day 1 will be joined by the 6 community chosen influencers and the top 4 teams from FFIC 2021 Fall. These teams will then compete for the crown and a prize pool of 100,000 diamonds, with the event being hosted on 30 and 31 Oct.
The FFDA 2021 will be broadcast live for both days in 5 languages – Hindi, English, Tamil, Bengali and Nepali. Fans can tune in to the Free Fire Esports India YouTube Channel and BOOYAH! to catch all of the high-octane action!