In a recent press release, Garena had to announce with utter disappointment that he will not be holding the next Free Fire World Series (FFWS) which was scheduled to take place in November of this year and is rumored to take place in Mexico.
The reason for this cancellation is due to the pandemic and possibly the third wave of COVID-19 cases that hit Mexico and other Latin American countries. Garena’s priority is the well-being of food-for-food participants. They considered all options, but none of them succeeded in keeping the health and safety of a community free fire.
The whole point of hosting an event like this was to give fans a space to celebrate a very exciting esports tournament. They wanted an offline experience that was fun and safe.
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Garena took advantage of the statement to thank all players, fans and partners for their continued support and hope that in the future everyone will be able to safely experience a head-to-head event.
Free Fire World Series is held twice a year and is the most competitive arena for players free fire. Remember that earlier this year, FFWS was successfully held as an offline event in Singapore with 18 teams from all over the world participating. Thailand’s Phoenix Force took first place and took home the lion’s share of the $2,000,000 prize pool.
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