Free Fire, the top mobile battle royale game in the world with more than 1 billion downloads, has teamed up with Jazz Game Now to introduce a brand-new esports competition in Pakistan. The competition, known as Game Now Free Fire Sea Invitational Qualifiers (FFSIQ), is sponsored by Game Now and will have a prize fund worth PKR 2 million.
Jazz Game Now and Free Fire have teamed up to introduce a new esports competition in Pakistan. Free Fire is the most popular mobile battle royale game in the world with over 1 billion downloads. A prize pool totaling PKR 2 million will be awarded throughout the competition, which is known as the Game Now Free Fire Sea Invitational Qualifiers (FFSIQ).
The FFSIQ programme will give Pakistani gamers a stage on which to demonstrate their prowess and begin the process of becoming professional esports players. According to Syed Babar, Head of Digital Marketing at Jazz, the cooperation would help the esports sector in Pakistan flourish and inspire young people all around the nation.
This year, Free Fire Esports will introduce the FFSI, a brand-new multiregional competition that will highlight the rivalry between competitive regions. The FFSI will welcome 18 teams from all over the world in May. At this year’s FFSI, the Game Now FFSIQ champion team will get the opportunity to represent Pakistan internationally.
Esports is a quickly expanding business, and collaborations like this will help Pakistan’s ecosystem grow. The partnership between Free Fire and Game Now is an important step in ensuring the viability of esports in the nation.