The Free Fire Champions Cup (FFCC) 2020 has been canceled

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Retrieved 04 May 2020, 12:29 IST

We are disappointed to announce the cancellation of the Free Fire Champions Cup (FFCC) 2020 due to the evolving global situation around COVID-19. Our commitment at Guernsey is to prioritize the health and well-being of all involved, including players, fans, partners and employees. It led us to make this difficult decision.

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Our Free Fire Sports Team has been closely monitoring the situation and paying attention to the advice of the concerned authorities. This is an unprecedented period for offline and online sports – especially for international events – and everyone is trying their best to plan for their community and their situation. We want to reassure the survivors that we have explored all the possibilities before deciding to cancel the FFCC 2020 altogether.

We know that many of you have been waiting for FFCC 2020, and so have we. FFCC Free Fire is one of the best displays in the enthusiastic global community; Any other changes to the tournament will not live up to our promise of providing the best sports experience to our community.

We are committed to providing alternative sports materials to our free fire community and the team has worked hard with all the preparations. For example, we recently announced the Free Fire India Solos (FFIS) 2020 tournament, which will be held in May and June this year, in partnership with Paytm First Games. We also started the War of Free Fire Scream Wars and Free Fire Streamers. We look forward to sharing more exciting updates with you in the coming weeks. We will also channel our strengths to ensure that future free fire sports events are filled with all the usual excitement, excitement and more – once we get through this difficult episode together.

We thank our fire community for your understanding and continued support, especially during this challenging time. It is worth emphasizing again that everyone’s health and well-being is now a top priority. Take care and stay safe, survive. We will emerge from this strong one as a free fire community.