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Total Gaming Esports banned from the Free Fire City Open 2021

the officials had recently announced the banned teams from the Free Fire City Open for violating the rules and regulations of the championship. 

Free Fire City Open 2021
Free Fire City Open 2021

Earlier today, Free Fire India had announced that the popular organization Total Gaming Esports has banned from the Free Fire City Open 2021 for violating the rules. Thereby, follow up on this article for the complete details regarding the Total Gaming Esports ban from Free Fire City Open 2021.

The Free Fire City Open is an intercity championship featuring the popular title and battle royal, Free Fire. Moreover, total of 8 significant cities of India will compete against each other in the Free Fire City Open 2021. The cities conclude Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Lucknow, and Vishakhapatnam. Furthermore, the Free Fire City Open will feature an overall prize pool of 60,00,000 INR.

However, the officials had recently announced the banned teams from the Free Fire City Open for violating the rules and regulations of the championship.  The most popular and consistent organization of India naming Total Gaming Esports had also imposed a ban from the tournament.

Here are the Details about Total Gaming Esports banned from the Free Fire City Open 2021:

Total Gaming banned from Free Fire City Open
Total Gaming banned from Free Fire City Open

Recently, Free Fire India officials had issued a post on their Facebook page announcing the disqualified teams from FFCO. The post stated that two players from Total Gaming Esports naming TGFozyBhai and TGbala were found participating in the tournament from two different teams. Both players had participated from the team Total gaming Delhi and FOMZYvai.

Therefore, both the teams had received a ban and were disqualified from the FFCO for violating the terms. Moreover, besides the two teams, LVL Amaterasu had blocked the admins of the organizers during the verification process. Each players had to verify the ownership of their accounts with the organizers. And, LVL Amaterasu could not comply with it and it had resulted to their team’s disqualification.

Moreover, many other teams had also banned from the FFCO for violating the terms and rules.

Here is the list of the Teams Banned from the FFCO:

  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. TBG-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)
  8. TG-Delhi ( Multiple Signups)
  9. LVL-Amaterasu (Failed to verify account ownership)

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Parv Shah
Parv covers Esports News/Features/Reviews here. He is passionate about esports and exploring the field of gaming.
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