Free Fire Asia All-Stars 2020

Garena will host the Free Fire Asia All-Stars (FFAA) 2020, where the highest streamers and professional players (pros) across India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam will compete in an online-only tournament for the primary time.

On 12 and 13 June 2020, both streamers and pros alike will compete from the comforts of their homes, seeking to deliver an equivalent level of entertainment and competition as they battle for the prize pool of US$80,000. Fans and followers can catch all the action live online on YouTube and BOOYAH!, with local casters delivering commentary in Hindi. More details are going to be shared within the coming weeks through the official Free Fire Esports India Facebook page and official Free Fire Esports India Instagram account.

Free Fire Asia All-Stars 2020


12 June 2020 – Influencer All-Stars

FFAA 2020 will begin with 12 teams competing for the prize pool of US$30,000. The 4 regions – India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam – will each be represented by 3 teams, comprising a mixture of streamers and pros; the three teams representing India are going to be all-streamer teams. Influencer All-Stars are going to be entertaining for free of charge Fire communities across Asia as both streamers and pros will need to interact and strategise with each other virtually – something you don’t see very often!

13 June 2020 – Pros All-Stars

Day 2 of FFAA 2020 will witness the highest pro teams from the 4 regions to become the inaugural Pros All-Stars champion. the highest 3 teams for every region are going to be invited to represent their region at the Pros All-Stars and compete for the US$50,000 prize pool. In India, the invitations are going to be extended to the highest finishers at the previously-held Scrim Wars. Teams will likewise be challenged as previous esports tournaments would allow them to be physically alongside fellow teammates.

Win the simplest of 6 to be the simplest at Free Fire All-Stars 2020

The tournament format across both days are going to be an equivalent. Teams will battle it over 6 rounds, across 3 maps: Bermuda, Purgatory, and Kalahari. Points are going to be awarded supported round ranking and number of kills – 20 points for a Booyah (winning the round) and a couple of points for every kill. The winning team are going to be announced at the top of every day. Regions also will be ranked supported points earned by their teams and at the top of FFAA 2020, the highest region also will be announced.