Total Gaming Banned from Free Fire City Open For Violation of Rules

Total Gaming Esports was excluded/disqualified from the Free Fire City Open (FFCO) 2021 in a stunning development, one of India’s most significant Free Fire Esports teams.

The announcement was made via Free Fire Esports India’s official Facebook page. Two players participated in FFCO Open Online Qualifiers (FFC mode) several times from the Total Gaming Esports roster, Fozy Ajay and Mafia Bala. Once in the TG-Delhi team and again in the FOMZYvai team, they were involved.

This violation falls under the Free Fire esports’ competitive integrity rules-book, which disqualifies all the participants and their respective teams.

Total Gaming Esports is owned by Total Gaming, also known as Ajju Bhai, India’s largest free-fire content creator. His major YouTube channel has more than 24 million subscribers, and his secondary channel is five million. Instagram already has 2,8 million followers.

On 30 April, the FFCO’s online qualifications were held. Garena started a thorough verification process for the top 3000 teams selected before announcing the qualifying teams from each region.

It turned out that several teams had sent reports of the players currently serving bans from esports tournaments via the inquiry process. Garena then rejected these tournament squads.

Teams banned from the Free Fire City Open –

  1. PVS GAMING (Banned player in the team)
  2. PVS Gaming (Banned player in the team)
  3. NO_MERCY… (Banned player in the team)
  4. TGB—ARMY (Banned player in the team
  5. unstoppable???? (Banned player in the team)
  6. X-factor (Banned player in the team)
  7. FOMZYvai (Multiple signups in FFC mode)
  8. TG-Delhi. (Multiple signups in FFC mode)
  9. LVL-AMATERASU (Verification process couldn’t complete)

Region-wise qualified teams from FFC mode qualifiers –

DELHI

  1. Team Revolution
  2. LAST BREATH
  3. NMYDELHI
  4. Hawk Eye Esports
  5. LVL_ICONIC
  6. ᎠᏞㅤᎢOㅤႮᏦ
  7. SURGICALSTRIKE.
  8. GOD_LIKE
  9. HEART~BREKAERS
  10. GENOCIDE ES
  11. ILLUSION.ES
  12. TEAM-OP•

AHMEDABAD

  1. GJ-TEDDY
  2. FEARLESS-4
  3. NWA.
  4. The-Extremee
  5. BOLTREGIMENT
  6. WAR HOUSE
  7. City Slums
  8. UNDERDOGS_77
  9. ZERO-DEGREE
  10. Team_struglers
  11. New Invention
  12. UNITED_4HL

CHENNAI

  1. Raven Esports
  2. JALLIKATTU_TN
  3. SLUMBER_QUEEN
  4. TITANS ESPORTS
  5. BADGE-99.
  6. MGC GAMING JK
  7. Biowar-Tn
  8. MAGILCHI 97
  9. DAMAGE
  10. JK-Newday
  11. TGB_XTREME_LVL
  12. MR24SQUAD

HYDERABAD

  1. AY ESPORTS
  2. HYD-NAWABS
  3. AS_TAKERS
  4. TR4NSFORMERS
  5. Mighty Raju
  6. CAPTAINS
  7. MBGTITAN’S
  8. LAZY KIDS
  9. DARKFIRE
  10. LR7 HYD UNITED
  11. Hyderabadiizzzz
  12. TOXIC E-SPORTS

VISAKHAPATANAM

  1. BLACK-OPS
  2. FLICKR FORCE
  3. FLY–HIGH
  4. U18-ARMY
  5. GAMINGWITHDINO❤
  6. SUPER SAIYANS
  7. APPLEDINOFF
  8. Nawabpet_Kings
  9. CAP-GAMER-FF
  10. CRAZY AMIGOS
  11. INCREDIBLES
  12. High—End

KOLKATA

  1. Head Hunters
  2. ART OF WAR
  3. RULE BREAKERS
  4. F.NO.FILTER
  5. UNDERDOGSOR
  6.  SIXTH SENSE
  7.  INVINCIBLES ES
  8.  LA-GAMING
  9. OLD-GENERATION
  10.  High-5!!
  11.  TEAM=FAB
  12. Asin Clutchgods

LUCKNOW

  1.  Frustrated×4?
  2. Gyan Army
  3. Zila Ghaziabad
  4. SURVIVOR 4AM
  5. Wrecking-crew
  6. TEAM ELITE
  7. God Game
  8. “FFWARRIORS”
  9. AFF-ESPORTS
  10. GVCS_squad
  11. ONLYFREAKS.
  12. CITYㅤOFㅤTEHZEEB

MUMBAI

  1. 4UN-GXR
  2. Greedy Hunters
  3. 4XTRAORDINARY
  4. THE~REBELLIONS
  5. BOMBAY_FEVER
  6.  YKZ-SENIORS
  7. EyesEsport
  8.  Im’thepro
  9. MCES ESPORTS
  10. TSG ARMY
  11. TSG HARD
  12. underworld#

WILDCARD

  1. Titanium:Army
  2. Pro Nation
  3. 4ever_Cool.
  4. AOS★ESPORTS
  5.  RISERS
  6. TEAM CHAOS
  7. CLASH WAR
  8. Die Another Day
  9. IDENTICALS lVl
  10. UMK₩GAMER
  11. LCG-ESPORT
  12.  Huskies

About Free Fire

Garena  Free Fire is the battle royale game that has been developed and released by 111 Dots Studio for Android and iOS. In 2019, it was the world’s most downloaded smartphone title. The game won the Google Play Store award in 2019 because of its success for the “Most Popular Vote Game.” By May 2020, Free Fire has recorded over 80 million active users worldwide every day. Free Fire amounted to more than 1 billion dollars worldwide by November 2019.

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