The great thing about games like Garena Free Fire is their willingness to give away a lot of cool customization items and ways to get rewards in the game itself during big events. Additionally, since this is a popular battle royale, of course there’s going to be real competitions within esports as well.
Welcome to the Free Fire Continental Series, or FFCS for short.
Currently ongoing, the Finals begin November 28th, 2020, so you can cheer for your favorite teams playing AND if you correctly predict the winner of the entire tournament, you’ll be awarded an exclusive 2020 FFCS Pin.
FFCS 2020 brings all the fun for survivors
But fret not, Free Fire hasn’t forgotten about their fans. On November 20th, a new map dropped and the FFCS challenge began. Starting today (November 23rd) the cumulative login event starts, offering a bunch of rewards with it and on November 24th, keep an eye out for the “Booyah Day” web event, followed by a Loot Box drop on November 30th.
In the middle of it all, on November 28th, the FFCS peak day will be able to be viewed directly through the Free Fire game itself as well. This will involve all the live YouTube videos to be able to cheer on your favorite teams. In fact, you can earn rewards just by watching with cumulative time.
November 28th will net you a sweet exclusive FFCS 2020 Hoverboard by simply logging in! A bunch of the most popular modes will make a comeback on this day as well: Rampage 2.0, Gun King, and Kill Secured.
What else can you win during FFCS?
Aside from the Hoverboard, survivors can participate in those events to potentially earn a ton of items and customization. Keep an eye out for Booyah Backpack, Booyah Skyboard, FFCS The Apprentice Bundle, FFCS The Disciple Backpack, and The Apprentice Backpack. That said, you can earn a ton of other unannounced, potentially older items that are likely thrown into the mix.
While you’re here, check out the most recent Luck Royale for some awesome goodies you can try to grab.
If you haven’t checked out the game, Garena Free Fire is free to download and play on mobile devices.