Garena revealed Monday its plans for that 2021 season from the Brazilian Free Fire League (LBFF). Split into three splits all year round, the league will begin on Jan. 23, getting its broadcast produced from Garena studios in São Paulo and teams playing remotely because of COVID-19 protocols.
LBFF is going to be streamed on YouTube, Garena’s platform BOOYAH!, (and the very first time) on broadcast TV through Loading funnel. Live broadcast in British may also be on Free Fire global funnel online. Broadcasts will feature the British caster Jon Cotterill, most widely known because of its coverage from the Brazilian and Argentinian soccer leagues like a commentator for that telecommunications giant Globo and also the Brazilian Soccer Confederation (CBF).
The entire prize pool for that three splits is $2.4M BRL (roughly $450K USD), being $745K BRL  (roughly $142K USD), among the greatest within the Brazilian esports scene, just for the very first from the three divisions from the league. The 2nd and also the third splits from the 2021 season are planned correspondingly for that second and third quarters of the season.
Free Fire is presently among the primary competitive games in South america and it is growing a fanbase along with a scene in the united states that may simply be when compared with Riot Games’ Brazilian Lol Championship (CBLOL), because of investments within the structure and streaming of their occasions. Figures from Esports Charts confirmed by Garena reveal that the Free Fire Continental Series held this past year, that the very best teams in LBFF qualify, arrived at 2.5M synchronised spectators.