The first official competition of the year 2022, the Free Fire India Championship 2022 Spring Split, will commence soon. The registration session will begin at 9:00 a.m. IST on February 7th and will last for four days. The deadline to register for the competition is February 11th at 8:00 p.m. IST.
All registered teams will be required to compete in the open qualifiers, often known as FFC Mode. The FFC mode qualifiers will take place from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. IST on February 11, 2022. Each team will receive 10 tickets upon registration, each of which is valid for one match. Only a team’s best five points will be used to determine overall standings.
Free Fire Championship 2022 Spring Registration
FFC Mode will select 42 teams for the closed qualifiers, which will be grouped with the 7th to 12th place teams from the FFPL (Free Fire Pro League) 2021 Winter finals.
The top 12 teams from the closed qualifications will advance to the league stages, where the top six teams from the FFPL 2021 Winter will join them.
Requirements To Participate In FFC:
1 In 2022, all players must be 16 years old or older.
2 All players must be Indian or Nepalese citizens.
3 All players must be level 40 with a Diamond 1 rank and a rank point of 2538 before enrolling.
4 Teams must have a minimum of five players and a maximum of six.
Furthermore, few teams have already reserved their slots for closed qualifiers and league stages.
The FFPL Winter’s top six teams have reserved their seats for the League Stage:
2) Total Gaming Esports
3) GodLike Esports
4) Nigma Galaxy
6) Team Insane Esports
The FFPL’s 7th to 12th-placed clubs will compete in the FFIC’s closed qualifiers: