Free Fire esports’ one of the most important events, FFWS (Free Fire World Series), is with its 2023 season. Commencing with the Knockout Stage on November 10, fans will see 18 teams fighting to make it to the Free Fire World Series 2023 Point Rush, followed by the Grand Finals.
For those unaware, the FFWS 2023 Point Rush Stage will be a significant deciding factor in allocating a specific number of headstart points to the teams competing at the Grand Finals. Readers can find out more about the Free Fire World Series 2023 Point Rush format in the following guide:
All About The Free Fire World Series 2023 Point Rush Format
As mentioned, FFWS 2023 is set to kick off with the Knockout Stage, which will feature 18 teams. These teams have been placed in three groups – Groups A, B, and C. The Knockout Stage matches will follow Group X v/s Y format, such that each game will feature 12 squads. Ultimately, teams from each group will play 24 games over two weekends – November 10 to 12 & 17 to 19.
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After the conclusion of the FFWS 2023 Knockout Stage, the top 12 teams, based on overall standings, will make their way to the Free Fire World Series 2023 Point Rush Stage. All 12 teams will play in the same matches throughout the Point Rush Stage, and there will be 12 games. According to teams’ performance during Point Rush matches, they will receive headstart points for the Grand Finals.
Thus, the Free Fire World Series 2023 Point Rush Stage will not feature any elimination like the Knockout matches, but all teams will have equal opportunities to get an early advantage for the Grand Finals. For the unversed, FFWS 2023 Point Rush matches will be played over two days, with each day featuring six matches. Here’s a look at the schedule for Point Rush Stage games:
- Friday, November 24, 2023 – Six matchesMap-by-map schedule TBA
- Saturday, November 25, 2023 – Six matches Map-by-map schedule TBA
Fans will catch the live stream of all matches – from Knockout to Grand Finals – on the Free Fire Esports Official YouTube channel. For other updates and announcements related to the tournament, players can also check out Free Fire Esports’ website and social media handles.