Free Fire India was banned in India a year ago due to security concerns.
With its return, Revenant Esports' founder has hinted at a potential Free Fire India roster.
Revenant Esports currently has rosters across CS: GO, Valorant, and BGMI.
Garena has announced the launch of Free Fire India and fans of the battle royale game are more than elated. With this announcement, esports organizations have also shown tremendous interest in the game with the co-owner of S8UL sharing the trailer video on his social media, and Revenant Esports Founder, Rohit Jagasia, hinting at bigger plans. After the return of BGMI, esports organizations, and TOs are gearing up to embrace Free Fire back in the fold.
Revenant Esports Likely To Expand Into Free Fire India
With the announcement of the game's return, the Free Fire India Championship was also announced. This would be the first official tournament for the game with the winners getting a chance to participate in the world championship in Thailand. Keeping the upcoming tournament in mind, Rohit Jagasia, the owner of Revenant Esports said:
Only a year ago with the bans on Free Fire and BGMI, the Indian esports scenario was struggling with a dearth of options for the country's mobile gamers. I applaud Garena in their efforts to bring Free Fire India and already make a commitment towards esports which will be a big boost to welcoming old and new players alike. While we don’t currently have an esports roster in the game, we are always on the lookout for potential titles to enter and Free Fire is certainly one on our radar.
With this hint, Revenant Esports will be looking to expand the titles they currently compete in. Revenant Esports currently has rosters across CS: GO, Valorant, and BGMI. With the addition of a potential Free Fire India roster, Revenant Esports could be looking to represent India on the global stage.
Free Fire India was banned in India a year ago with the government citing security concerns. After working closely with Garena, the game is going to make a comeback in the country after adhering to the conditions laid down by the Indian government. The full plans for the esports event rollout haven't yet been revealed, but fans can expect to play the game on September 5.
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An avid battle royale player with a special love for BGMI, Aaryanshi prefers mobile gaming over PC. When not grinding in BGMI, you can find her writing or escaping outside.