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Free Fire Pro League 2021: 6 teams disqualified For Hacking In Qualifiers.

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Highlights:

  • The Qualifiers of the Free Fire Pro League 2021 was conducted on June 4th.
  • 6 Teams Banned From the tournament For Hacking In Qualifiers.
  • Teams disqualified from the tournament in accordance with Competitive Ruling 5.2 of the FFPL Rulebook.

The Free Fire Esports India recently made an official announcement on various social media sites revealing the decision to ban 6 teams that were flagged by the in-game anti-cheat system for hacks during the online qualifiers. All the players from the above teams will also receive an in-game ban on their account, as well as they will be barred from participating in future official tournaments.

List of disqualified teams from Free Fire Pro League (FFPL) 2021

1. Fallen five

2. Blood-on

3. Hybrid Tamilians

4. BlackPearl

5. 4-NOOBS!

6. Mister Gang.

Free Fire Pro League 2021 Summer: Tournament format

There is a total of 18 teams competing for a prize pool of Rs 35 lakhs. The teams will comprise -the top 12 teams from Free Fire India Championship 2021 Spring and six other teams who advance through the FFC mode.

These 18 teams will compete across six days starting from June 26th to July 11th, 2021. For these teams, there is one and only one goal – to secure a spot in the Grand Finals taking place on July 18th, 2021. All the matches will be played in the Battle Royale Squad mode.

The schedule for the FFPL 2021 Summer is as follows:

1.Match Day 1 – June 26

2. Match Day 2 – June 27

3. Match Day 3 – July 3

4. Match Day 4 – July 4

5. Match Day 5 – July 10

6. Match Day 6 – July 11

7. Grand Finals – July 18

Remaining teams qualified for the Free Fire Pro League (FFPL) 2021

From the top 12 teams, 6 teams have already disqualified for using hacking techniques. The remaining 6 teams are now eligible for the further tournament. These Teams are SRV18, PVS ESPORTS, YKZ-SENIORS, INDELITE, 4UNKNOWN, G0D_LIKE.

Garena has also named 20 teams that have been shortlisted for the waitlist. If the six teams above fail to verify their data, the waitlisted teams will be contacted.

The top-performing teams at the FFIC 2021 Spring will get the coveted opportunity to represent the region at Free Fire’s next international tournament.

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