Garena disqualifies Total Gaming Esports for violating FFCO tournament guidelines

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Indian Free Fire Team, Total Gaming Esports is disqualified from Free Fire City Open tournament for violating the tournament norms.

Free Fire Esports India took their official Facebook page to announce the list of defaulter teams and players that got disqualified from the event. After, the top 3000 teams were shortlisted from the Free Fire City Open FFC Mode. Garena began with a more in-depth verification process according to the competitive ruling.

Post registration period teams competed in the qualifiers where everyone had to wait for the team list to be out for all cities. Garena announced the competitive ruling against multiple teams including Total Gaming Esports for breaking the norms of the tournament. The investigation  further found that two players ofTotal Gaming Esports – TGFozyBhai and TGBala participated in the Free Fire City Open FFC Mode multiple times, as both of them were part of team Total Gaming Delhi and FOMZYvai. As a result, both teams and players were disqualified from FFCO due to the violations of the Free Fire competitive ruling.

A total of eight cities will be featured in the upcoming event, including Ahemdabad, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Vishakhapatnam. FFOC has a massive prize pool of 60,00,000 INR.