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How to Watch Free Fire Pro League Thailand Season 7: teams, format, schedule, streams, predictions

Garena Free Fire

11 Aug 2022

Gabriel Sciberras

For those unaware, Thailand is a popular region for the likes of competitive Free Fire. Indeed, the Free Fire Pro League Thailand is hence quite exciting. Kicking off in the next few days, read on as we discuss how to watch this anticipated event!

Event Background

Liga Free Fire
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Accordingly, the Free Fire Pro League Season 7 event is the 7th time that the top teams in Thailand are competing. Competing for the likes of $150,000, there’s actually more on the line.

Specifically, the first placed team will earn a direct seed to the Free Fire World Series November Finals.

Meanwhile, the second placed team will earn a seed to the Play-ins stage at the same event. Note that only the top 12 teams will seed into the next season of competition

Anyways, running from 12th August to 16th October, the top 20 teams in the region are competing as listed below:

  • EVOS Phoenix
  • Attack All Around
  • Magic Esports
  • Kings of Gamers Club
  • eArena
  • CGGG
  • Nigma Galaxy
  • TEM Entertainment
  • FW Esports
  • Delta X ADEN
  • Sharper Esport
  • LGDS
  • Gamers Samutprakarn
  • JAS Academy
  • NCS Evolution
  • PP Thailand
  • ZEUS
  • Mangkorn Gamers

Let’s dive deeper into the format below!


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With regards to the format, there are multiple stages of competition.

Firstly, we’ll have the regular season from 12th August to 30th September. Here, a round robin format will take place within each of the five groups of 4 teams. Notably, there’ll be 8 weeks of League Play.

Naturally, after the total 20 days of games, teams earning points through kills and placement, only the top teams will move on to the Grand Finals and Play-Ins.

Specifically, out of 20 teams, the top 6 will qualify directly to the Grand Final while 7-18th will have to fight through the Play-ins.

Meanwhile, the Play-ins will kick off on October 2nd. Here, a total of 12 teams will fight through 8 matches. Earning points through kills and placements, only the top 6 will qualify to the Grand Finals.

Free Fire World Series 2021 Garena
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Accordingly, we’ll have our final 12 teams competing in the Grand Final on October 16th. Across 2 days of competition, 16 matches will determine who walks away with the regional trophy and the seed for Free Fire World Series.

Also note, that the competition will be played out on three maps – Bermuda, Kalahari and Purgatory.

Schedule for the Free Fire Pro League Thailand Season 7

Considering the schedule, we highly recommend visiting the likes of the Free Fire esports page here. Otherwise, feel free to visit the Facebook page here.

Watch the Free Fire Pro League Thailand Season 7 on esportsguide

You can also watch the Free Fire Pro League Thailand Season 7 live stream via our very own website. Providing an extensive list of the biggest esports together with streams for each esports match live today or upcoming matches.


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Accordingly, in order to predict this season, let’s look at the Season 6 standings below:

  • #1 – EVOS Phoenix
  • #2 – Attack All Around
  • #3 – Magic Esports
  • #4 – King of Gamers Club
  • #5 – eArena

However, we should also take a look at the standings from Free Fire World Series Sentosa:

  • #1 – Attack All Around
  • #2 – EVOS Phoenix

And that is why Thailand is so important to Free Fire – currently host the World Champion and runner-up from the biggest event.

Bearing this in mind, we can’t wait to see Attack All Around and EVOS Phoenix to go at it again!

For more esports news, visit: https://www.esportsguide.com/news

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