The Free Fire India Championship Spring 2022 (FFIC 2022 Spring), a significant Free Fire esports competition for Indian players and supporters, has been
revealed. All players in India and Nepal will be able to sign up for this year’s premier esports event in India starting today. Teams can sign up for the Free Fire
Cup (FFC) mode between February 7 and February 11, 2022.
Teams from the top FFC teams will compete for a portion of the $134k (about one crore) prize pool, along with clubs from the Free Fire Pro League (FFPL)
2021 Winter. The top teams from the FFIC 2022 Spring will also compete in the Free Fire World Series in Sentosa in 2022. A well-known offline event
worldwide is the FFWS 2022. Athletes will also automatically qualify for the Summer Free Fire Pro League in 2022.
Free Fire Pro League (FFPL): 2021 Winter. Chemin Esports emerged as the winners of the Pro League, while Total Gaming finished second.
The India Championship Spring registration period will begin on February 7 and run through February 11, 2022. From 75 lakhs INR last year, the reward for
the competition has increased by 33.3 percent this year.
The winners of the FFPL Winter 2021 also received admission to the FFIC Spring. The clubs that placed seventh to twelfth qualified for the closed
qualifications, while the top six teams advanced through to the league stage.
The FFIC 2021 autumn champion, Orangutan Elite (formerly Team Elite), was disqualified from the FFPL Winter playoffs. The group will compete in the open
How to Get Yourself Registered for FFIC 2022 Spring?
There will be a total of five challenging phases to get to the Free Fire India Championship in Spring 2022, therefore it won’t be easy for teams to get there. All
of the matches will be played in Battle Royale Squad mode. With a few minor changes, the FFIC 2022 format will be very identical to the Free Fire India
To be eligible for the FFIC 2022 Spring League Stage, teams must compete in two qualifying rounds. The top 42 teams will advance to the first-ever Closed
Qualifiers using the FFC mode, which will be used for Open Qualifiers.
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Qualifiers That Are Open to the Public
Open in-game qualifying will serve as a springboard for the tournament’s commencement. Free Fire Cup (FFC) mode will get used during the available
qualifications, much as in previous editions. A total of 48 teams will advance to the next round of the event.
The top six teams (ranked 7th through 12th) from the Free Fire Pro League (FFPL) 2021 Winter competition will compete against one another following the
conclusion of the online qualifying. From February 16–20, teams will be reduced to 12 in the closed qualifiers. These 12 teams will participate in the FFIC
2022 Spring League together with the top six seeds from the FFPL 2021 Winter Season.
Players will fight for the first time in the League Stage. For the League Stage, which takes place from March 11 to March 27, the top 18 clubs will be divided into
three groups of six. Following that, teams from 2021 Williams will compete against one another in a round-robin format over the course of three weeks,
playing nine league games against one another.
This year’s finals in each of the three groups will be decided by the top two teams. The last six teams will compete for the final play-in spots starting on April 3.
A team will be eliminated if it does not advance to the postseason. The top six teams from the play-ins will compete in the finals.
The Final Four of FFIC 2022 Spring
When they announce the winner, the event will come to a close.
The Prize Pool for FFIC 2022 Spring
These 12 teams will compete for a piece of the $134k (about one crore) prize pool in the Free Fire India Championship Spring 2021 Grand Finals. But the prize money isn’t the only thing at risk in this competition.
FFIC 2022 Spring Roadmap
The teams that signed up for the Open Qualifiers, the first stage, will compete against one another. Out of these teams, the top 6 will advance to the tight
qualifiers. In addition to the top-6 teams from the first stage, teams from positions 7 through 12 in the main stage of the FFPL 2021 Winter Falls will compete
in the second stage of the Championship (Closed Qualifiers). These 12 teams will compete in competitive qualifying. The top 6 teams from this round advance
to the championship match.
Aside from the top-12 teams of the second stage (Closed Qualifier), the top-6 teams of the FFPL 2021 Winter Falls will compete against each other in the Main
Event during the third stage Play In. The top 12 clubs will be eligible to play in Pro League 2022 based on the results of the match between these 18 teams. The
winning and second-place teams from the FFIC 2022 Spring will compete in the Malaysia-based Free Fire World Series in 2022. The planning for this event
will take place in May.
Prize Pool Distribution for The Free Fire India Championship 2022 Spring
1st Place (Winners): ₹50,00,000
2nd Place (1st Runner-up): ₹25,00,000
3rd Place (2nd Runner-up): ₹10,00,000
4th Place: ₹4,00,000
5th Place: ₹2,00,000
6th Place: ₹1,50,000
7th Place: ₹1,20,000
8th Place: ₹1,00,000
9th Place: ₹1,00,000
10th Place: ₹75,000
11th Place: ₹50,000
12th Place: ₹50,000
League Stage MVP: ₹1,00,000
Grand Finals MVP: ₹1,00,000
The MVPs in the league stages and finals will be rewarded ₹1,00,000 each, and the Headhunter will get ₹50,000 in prize money.
Allocations from the FFIC 2022 Spring
- Tournament Winner Release Form (Provided by Garena)
- Payment Direction Letter (Provided by Garena)
- Vendor Creation Form (Provided by Garena)
- Captain’s bank account statement/passbook
Apart from title and prize money, the winner will secure a spot in the Free Fire World Series (FFWS) 2022 finals, and the 1st runners-up will cement their
place in the play-ins. FFWS 2022 will take place in May in Sentosa, Singapore.