Free Fire Pakistan’s newest format esports league, the GameNow Free Fire Sea Invitational Qualifiers (GameNow FFSIQ) has come to an end, with a new team joining the champions list, Team Legacy. The tier-2 league ended in the most dramatic finish with two-time FFPL champions Team Hotshot Esports coming in at second with only 4 points between the two.
Team Legacy consisted of disgruntled members from various esports teams who came together to form a new team. They have earned the right to represent Pakistan at the Free Fire Sea Invitationals to be held later this month in Thailand where they will be competing against top teams of various regions.
Jazz GameNow and Free Fire embarked on their partnership with the launch of the GameNow FFSIQ in April. Free Fire is the world’s leading mobile battle royale game with over 1 Billion downloads and has been at the forefront of the esports revolution in Pakistan.
Speaking at the event, Kazim Mujtaba, Chief Commercial Officer at Jazz, said, “As a digital-first company, Jazz is committed to creating and bolstering avenues of digital growth in Pakistan. For Pakistan in 2023 alone, the revenue in the online gaming market is estimated to reach over $46 million, and by 2027 this value is predicted at nearly $73 million. These numbers indicate lucrative global opportunities for our youth and a tremendous potential for economic uplift, and Jazz is determined to help materialize this through Game Now.”