Garena has announced that it won’t be hosting the next Free Fire World Series (FFWS) scheduled to take place in November 2021 over the evolving situation around the COVID-19 pandemic. Garena had kicked off
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Garena stated in a press release that “the well-being for everyone involved in FFWS was our highest priority as we carefully considered every option.” To protect the safety and health of Free Fire’s community, we made the hard decision not to host the event. The World Series is Free Fire’s most exciting and largest esports offline event. However, it has become increasingly difficult to offer players and fans an enjoyable but safe offline esports experience due to growing safety concerns. We thank all of our players, fans and partners for their support and look forward hosting all Free Fire fans and players safely in the future.