FFIC 2022 Closed Quarters postponed: Garena delays qualifying

FFIC 2022 Closed Quarters postponed: The first esports tournament of the year was about to move. However, the Indian government had other plans. As the Indian government has removed the Free Fire app from all platforms, Garena is preparing to delay the tournament. Free Fire India Championship Spring 2022 FFC mode has already ended. Garena has already sent the emails to the selected players. However, the situation completely changes after the ban. So, let’s know about it in more detail.

FFIC 2022 Closed Quarters delayed: Garena delays Free Fire India Championship 2022 Spring

However, there is no such official confirmation regarding the postponement of the competition. According to many reports, the spring tournament is delayed. The game is no longer available on the platforms since February 12, 2022. In the meantime, fans are seeking clarification on the internet. You have to wait a few more days to get a clear picture. Popular data miner FF Competitive has shared the update on social media handles.

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Free Fire India Championship Spring 2022 format:

Stage One – Open Qualifiers: As usual, open qualifiers for the tournament will be first. In addition, the registered teams will compete to qualify for the second stage of the championship.

Stage Two – Closed Qualifiers: Basically, this qualifier will have six teams from the open qualifiers and the teams ranked seventh through twelfth in the 2021 FFPL Winter Finals.

FFIC 2022 Closed Quarters delayed: Garena delays ongoing Free Fire India Championship 2022 Spring Tournament, check more details

Step Three – Main Event: The main event of the competition will include the League Stage, Play-Ins and Finals. The top twelve teams from the Closed Qualifiers and six teams from the 2021 FFPL Winter Finals will compete in the Championship Stages. The top 6 teams from the Championship Stage will advance directly to the Grand Finals, while the seventh- to eighteenth-placed teams will compete in the play-offs for the remaining six spots.

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