Garena Free Fire Master League Season III
GridGames.ID – Garena officially announced the holding of the Free Fire Master League (FFML) Season III tournament, Friday (15/1).
Different from the previous season, this time FFML brings a new format with two main divisions.
Division 1 is filled by 18 professional teams, while division 2 is filled by 12 amateur teams.
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The division of these two divisions aims to prepare the latest generation of Indonesian esports athletes.
Especially for teams in Division 1, they will receive support worth Rp. 8.6 billion as a coaching incentive.
Meanwhile, Division 2 will focus on becoming a competitive level for Indonesia’s new esports talent.
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“Through the scheme of two national divisions, funding support for teams, as well as the tiered and sustainable tournament system that we have arranged, Garena is committed to continuing to support the esports ecosystem as an achievement sport in Indonesia,” said Director of Garena Indonesia, Hans Saleh.
FFML Season III, continued Hans, was re-made in order to produce superior seeds for esports in the country.
“Hopefully (FFML Season III) can inspire new talents in the world of esports to hone their skills and talents even better,” he said.