Team Timberwolves are the crowned champions of Femstars, a one-of-a-kind Free Fire tournament for female esports athletes that was played on August 15. The tournament was ideated by Immortals India, alongside Playtonia Esports with the support of House of Esports, Essence Transmedia, Resilience Esports, and Booyah! This iteration of Femstars featured twelve professional Free Fire Teams that were invited from all over the country on the basis of their performance in the local scrims.
The teams engaged in BO3 matches and the winners were decided on the basis of the merit system. Team Timberwolves outplayed everyone, outplaying every other team in the tournament. Teams OP Girls & Dazzling Babes secured the 2nd and 3rd positions.
“We had the best time playing this tournament with the most experienced organization. Thank you for giving us this opportunity. The lobbies were hosted on time and the admins were equally friendly with all of us. All over it was a great show, we are excited for what’s coming next,” said Shoomita from Timberwolves.
“The event was a great initiative for the female athletes, where we received a chance to witness an actual Invitational Event. The management was up to the mark and we enjoyed playing it,” said Yumiko from OP Girls.
Jitesh Kharat, CEO & Founder of Immortals India says “We managed to provide a platform and got a thriving response from the audience and the participating teams. The current iteration of the event sets an example for the upcoming female-only leagues with other titles as well. We at Immortals India, have executed various events for female gamers and have positive plans for the future.”
Free Fire esports in India
Free Fire enjoys an active and highly competitive esports scene in the country. Recently, FFCO 2021 was concluded where Hyderabad Nawabs were the crowned champions and Garena announced the Free Fire India Championship 2021 Fall with Rs. 75,00,000 prize pool. Moreover, ESPL 2021, a franchise-based Free Fire tournament is entering its final stage.