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The Free Fire World Series 2022 Will Take Place In Bangkok

Garena has announced the official return of the Free Fire World Series 2022, which will take place in Bangkok later this month. Late in November, the company intends to crown a new world champion after announcing all of the teams that will be participating in this year’s tournament.

As we anticipate the outcome of the competition, you can find additional information provided by its organizers below.

“Bangkok’s Free Fire World Series 2022 celebrates the spirit of teamwork and dedication exhibited by the finalist teams during “Fight as One.” Arvon, a new Free Fire pet, will be seen in the arena cheering on the teams as they “Fight as One” during the World Series.

In addition, fans and players have the opportunity to win FFWS limited-edition legendary costumes, the first of their kind in Free Fire’s history.

Beginning on November 18th, those who wish to participate in the global event can also anticipate a series of World Series-themed events, missions, and rewards in the game! This includes a full FFWS 2022 Bangkok takeover, which will provide players with a completely reskinned interface and an abundance of rewards.”

“YouTube will present the upcoming FFWS 2022 Bangkok as the event’s official broadcast partner. All matches will be live streamed on Free Fire’s official YouTube channels so that fans can observe the unfolding of the battles.

On the weekend of November 25 and 26, Free Fire champions from leagues all over the world will compete for the ultimate title in front of an international audience.”

“The league champions from Brazil, Latin America, Europe, MENA2, Thailand, Vietnam, MCPS1, and Indonesia have earned direct entry into the Finals, which will be held on November 26 at 10 p.m. (GMT+8).

In the Play-ins, which will be held on November 25 at 10 pm (GMT+8), league champions from Pakistan and Taiwan will compete against the first runners-up from Brazil, Latin America, MENA2, Thailand, Vietnam, MCPS1, and Indonesia.

These nine teams will compete for a spot in the Finals, with the top four teams from the Play-ins joining the top eight-seeded teams to make a total of 12 Finals finalists. The teams will compete in eight rounds across four maps in an effort to emerge victorious. Points will be awarded based on round position and kill count.”

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