Free Fire Champions Cup (FFCC) 2020 Cancelled due to COVID-19

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Garena has announced the cancellation of the Free Fire Champions Cup (FFCC) 2020 due to the evolving global pandemic situation related to COVID-19. In a statement related to the press, Garena disclosed that their aim is to prioritize the health and well-being of all those involved including players, fans, partners, and staff. Hence, the company took the difficult decision to cancel the game for this season. The company considers health as an important factor, while you can participate in the Free Fire Champions Cup in 2021.

The Free Fire esports team has been monitoring the situation very closely and also took into account the advice issued by the relevant authorities. This is an unprecedented period not only for offline but also online sports because they need to care for the communities. The company sources revealed that they have explored all possibilities before landing on the decision to cancel Free Fire Champions Cup 2020.

The company added that people have been eagerly waiting for the Free Fire Champions Cup 2020 and the team was also excited. FFCC is a showcase of the very best of Free Fire’s passionate global community. The company is not willing to bring any variation since it would not meet our commitment to deliver the very best esports experience to our communities. The company is considering to provide Free Fire community with alternative esports content and the entire product team is working hard to provide quality content.

The company recently announced the Free Fire India Solos (FFIS) 2020 tournament to be held in partnership with Paytm First Games. The company also started the Free Fire Scrim Wars and the Free Fire Streamers Battle. The company will reveal updates within the next few days.

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Going forward, the Free Fire’s esports events are filled with all the usual excitement including fervour and much more. The company has expressed thanks to Free Fire community for your understanding and continued support during the challenging times. The company added that the health and well-being of people are of utmost priority in these challenging COVID-19 times. The team also expressed the hope that they will emerge stronger as one Free Fire community and Free Fire Champions Cup will be back with a bang in 2021.

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