Sport writer Garena has introduced a $1m BRL (~£160,000) prize pool low season event in Brazil for its cellular battle royale Free Hearth.
Titled the ‘C.O.P.A. FF: Corrida do Milhão‘ (roughly translated as Free Hearth Cup: The Million Race), the event will function the 18 groups certified for the Brazilian Free Hearth League’s (LBFF) first division, plus six invited groups.
The cup can be held from June twenty second to July 2nd. Equally to the LBFF, will probably be broadcast on the Brazilian TV channel RedeTV!. TikTok, YouTube and Garena’s streaming platform BOOYAH! will even broadcast the competitors.
The C.O.P.A FF was created throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 to maintain the Free Hearth scene energetic after the cancellation of its second break up of that yr. In 2022, the C.O.P.A. FF comes again for groups that didn’t qualify for the Free Hearth World Collection (FFWS), thus filling the hole left between the 2 common yearly splits.
Curiously, the competitors attracts a much bigger prize pool than the most recent break up of LBFF, which totalled $745,000 BRL (~£119.000).
Esports Insider says: The C.O.P.A. comeback is a solution by Garena to complaints from the Free Hearth group to repair the hole between LBFF splits. Whereas LOUD and Vivo Keyd have video games in Might as a result of their qualification to the FFWS, different groups would principally stay inactive till round August. The large prize pool is definitely a solution to carry relevance to the competitors.