In a move to foster mobile gaming in the Middle East and North Africa region, AppGallery brought gamers together in collaboration with Garena Free Fire for the second AppGallery Gamers Cup to compete for a hefty $30,000. The Clash Squad tournament ran from 31st March to 21st April 2022.
Garena Free Fire has announced it will launch more Free Fire x BTS content which will be made available for fans and players from 1 April.
Amazon in Saudi Arabia and the UAE joins forces with MTE (MENATech), a GGTech Entertainment Group company to launch Amazon UNIVERSITY Esports, the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s first educational esports league.
AppGallery, one of the top three application marketplaces, by Huawei, successfully organised the first edition of AppGallery Gamers Cup in collaboration with Garena Free Fire. The event took place from 8th December 2021 to 29th December 2021, where top gamers in high numbers participated across each category from around the Middle East and North Africa. The winning team, Oxygen, was rewarded with ...[Read More]
Garena has announced that the Free Fire World Series 2022 (FFWS 2022) will take place in May 2022, with the Play-Ins taking place on 14 May, and the Finals on 21 May.
Garena Free Fire users are in for a treat with a quality-of-life update that arrived to the Craftland game mode on 10 December. Garena Free Fire MENA users will now be able to create their own In-game map and the top 14 maps, which will be available for all users in the MENA region.
Garena has announced that pre-registrations for Garena Free Fire MAX – an enhanced version of Garena Free Fire – will be available to users across the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region starting today.
Huawei is helping to bring developers closer to gamers and revenues while providing consumers across the Middle East and Africa (MEA) with exciting and fun mobile game experiences.
Garena is to release its new season of Free Fire Rampage 2.0, providing more exciting battles and game-play features for gamers across the MENA region to win attractive prizes. Available to play between June 25 and July 9, the Rampage event will include improvements to the game-play and on-screen visuals,
An avid Tunisian Garena Free Fire gamer has used his gaming skills to raise $1,500 for a hospital in his homeland to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Determined to assist those in need in his native Tunisia and inspired by the actions of popular public figures, Wassim Dhieb turned to his passion of gaming to make a difference.
Othman EL Houti from Morocco and Abdou (Abdelwahed Telmoudi) from Tunisia came out on top to be crowned champions in Garena Free Fire’s inaugural Lone Wolf Solo and Influencer United tournaments, respectively.
Garena Free Fire has today announced it will host its first ever Solo Battle Royale competition in the MENA region next month as the best gamers put their skills to the test in the Lone Wolf online tournament.