Free Fire Gaming Masters, the Free Fire tournament hosted by MediaTek and Jio Games is just 4 days away. The registration for Free Fire tournament’s registration started a few days away and its registration has already started. If you have missed the registration, you can register for the same are still going on. You can click on this link to register for the Free Fire Gaming Masters tournament.
The event is going to last for 70 days and will be hosted on JioGames. This tournament was announced just as ‘India ka Gaming Champion’ came to an end. It was the platform’s first gaming event. The Gaming Masters’ tournament comes with a prize pool of Rs 12.5 lakh.
Note that the Free Fire Gaming Masters tournament doesn’t have a registration fee. The platform is not going to charge any registration or participation fee. The competition will have Indian gamers lock horns against each other in a battle of skill, teamwork and endurance in a virtual gaming arena. Non-participants will be able to watch the live action of the matches on the JioTV HD eSports channel, and on YouTube.
January 9, 2021 is the last day to register for the event. The registration started on January 29, 2020. The tournament will start from January 13, 2021, to March 7, 2021. While the tournament is hosted by Reliance Jio, the tournament will be open to Jio and non-Jio users.
Here’s how you can register for the event:
Anyone with Free Fire can register. So download Free Fire and follow the steps:
Step 1: Click on the registration link.
Step 2: Click on the Free Fire Gaming Masters banner in the featured tournament section and click on the Join option
Step 3: Login or create an account.
Step 4: Fill in the registration form and accept the terms and conditions.
The numbers churned out by Free Fire in 2020 speak exponentially of how popular the game has become. At the recently-concluded Free Fire Continental Series Asia (FFCS Asia), the concurrent watching peaked at 2.5 million viewers, which is a hike of at least 8 lakh average viewers. The Hindi stream saw a peak watching of 1.5 million viewers– a mammoth stat for any eSport.