Free Fire largest tournament yet!

by Sammy Chan
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The battle royale game from Garena, Free Fire, is holding its largest tournament yet! Brought to you by Axiata Game Hero, this tournament pit four countries against each other. Be one of the last 12 men standing for a chance to dip your hand into a very juicy prize pool! Here’s how you can participate.

Why you should join

RM 500K total prize pool isn’t enticing enough? Here are some other reason why you should join. This tournament will feature four countries; Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia and Bangladesh. Playing in this tournament means you’ll get a shot at fame representing Malaysia!

If you’ve always dream on becoming a professional gamer, this tournament could be your stepping stone. This is your opportunity to compete against other Free Fire team. Who knows, if you play really well you might just get scouted for a team.

However, if fame, glory and money isn’t what you crave then just join for a good time! Well there’s also giveaways that you obtain. Free Fire will be giving away Digital Invasion Weapon Loot Crate for anyone that joins! This is while stock last though so don’t wait too long.

How to join the tournament

First and foremost, this tournament is only open for Malaysians only. Second, you MUST be a member of Axiata Game Hero. Here’s a step by step guide on how to join:

  1. Go to
  2. Register to Axiata Game Hero for a one-time fee of RM 10
  4. Fill up the registration form by entering your Free Fire Nickname and ID
  5. Tap on “SUBSCRIBE NOW” to register
  6. Your registration is now complete!
  7. Copy the redemption code for a Mystery Weapon Crate
  8. Redeem your rewards at Garena

The tournament trials has begun with the National Championship happening in November 2019 and the Grand Championship in the following month.

Once you’ve succeeded in the online Tournament Trials, you’ll be put into either one of the 12 squads. This is only for the top 48 solo players on the leader. For more information of the tournaments rules you can read all about it here.

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