Garena’s much-anticipated Free Fire World Series (FFWS) is set to return on November 10th in Bangkok, Thailand. Representing the Arab and African regions, Morocco’s Wask Team will compete against 17 other qualified teams from 7 leagues worldwide to vie for the coveted championship title and a substantial share of the USD 1,000,000 prize pool.
Wask Team Captain MR ALI said, “Wask Team is honored to represent the Arab and African regions in the upcoming Free Fire World Series. We carry with us the hopes and dreams of our people, and we are determined to make our region proud. We kindly ask for the unwavering support of all Africans and Arabs as we embark on this journey. With your support, we aim to achieve greatness and bring glory to our home. Together, we can make history.”
Wask Team has secured their spot at FFWS 2023 by emerging victorious in the Free Fire MEA League. Their journey to the championship title saw them triumph over 17 other formidable teams in the league, and they finished atop the league standings with a remarkable 332 points, a substantial 36 points ahead of Iraq’s VIP team, who secured the second position.
As they prepare to represent the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region on the global stage, the entire Free Fire community in MEA has set aside their differences and come together to rally behind the Wask Team. Their collective hope and support are directed towards Wask Team, with the shared aspiration of seeing them make the region proud in FFWS 2023.
VIP’s Hawk from Egypt said, “As a player from Egypt, I extend my full support to Wask Team as they represent the Middle East and Africa in FFWS 2023. Their remarkable victory in the Free Fire MEA League is a testament to their skill and dedication. I, along with the entire VIP team, stand united with all teams from the MEA region in cheering for the Wask Team. We hope to see them bring honor to our region and make us proud on the global stage. Go Wask Team, make us all proud!”
Tournament format and Qualified teams
This year’s World Series will officially bring the theme ‘Own the Glory‘, spotlighting the 90 world-class professional players giving it their all on an international stage to bring pride and honour to their respective leagues. Free Fire fans can play a part in the action by supporting their favourite teams in their quest for the championship glory.
FFWS 2023 will be divided into three stages: Knockout, Point Rush, and the Grand Finals. 18 teams have qualified for the Knockout Stage taking place on Nov 10 to 12 and Nov 17 to 19. Here, teams will be divided into three groups of six, with each group playing 24 matches across two weekends.
The top 12 teams will then proceed to the Point Rush Stage from Nov 24 to 25, where they will play a total of 12 games. Based on their performance in the Point Rush Stage, teams can earn respective headstart points for the Grand Finals. In the Grand Finals on Nov 26, six matches will be conducted to determine the champion of FFWS 2023.
Seize the Top Criminal – Ghost bundle during the ghost criminal event
To ramp up the excitement during the World Series, Garena will be launching ghost criminal, a special in-game event commencing Nov 27. Players will be introduced to the story of ghost criminal, who attempts to steal the FFWS trophy with the help of an old friend. Will Kelly–the Fire Fire popular character–be able to stop him in time? Join the event to know the ending of this exciting battle!
A limited-edition Top Criminal – Ghost bundle will be available as part of the episode. The latest addition to the popular ‘Top Criminal’ series, this ghost-themed bundle features an eye-catching cyan colour scheme, and comes with smoke-like special effects when in use.
Additionally, fans and players can look forward to a range of in-game activities including a milestone event and a spectral Craftland map. ghost criminal-themed freebies such as a weapon – Trogon, surfboard, and other weapon skin, will also be distributed.