Free Fire India Today League: Rs 35 Lakh and a trip to Brazil up for grabs

first_imgWell, if you’re a pro at Free Fire and you think you can teach noobs a lesson or two, then don’t miss an opportunity to create history. In the biggest ever Free Fire all-Indian tournament, Rs 35 Lakh and a trip to Brazil wherein you can represent the country are up for grabs.India Today and Garena have joined hands to launch The Biggest Free Fire Battle Royale League in India. With Battle Royale games gaining huge popularity in the country, the Free Fire India Today League is seen as a massive push to promote Espots.The registration for Free Fire India Today League is open now and will go on till September 12. One you’re done registering, the online qualifiers start on September 16 and the group finals will be held in New Delhi from October 12.The winner of the Free Fire India Today League will walk away with Rs 8.5 Lakh while the 2nd, 3rd and 4th-placed teams will get Rs 4 Lakh, Rs 2 Lakh and Rs 1 Lakh, respectively. Travel allowance will be provided for teams travelling into New Delhi for the Group Finals and mobile phones worth Rs 15 Lakh are available. .@IndiaToday & @Garena are all set launch of The Biggest Free Fire Battle Royale League in India . Prize pool of Rs. 35,00,000 and a chance to represent India at Free Fire’s World Series in Brazil. Register now at https://t.co/E1Pbi6pl50#FreeFireITL pic.twitter.com/KAUlNiFWSaIndia Today (@IndiaToday) August 30, 2019What do you have to do to participate in Free Fire India?advertisementYou need to be 13 years or older to participate and an Indian citizen to participate in Free Fire India Today League.Participants are to utilize their own accounts, and their own unique survivor name, for competing in tournaments conducted by Garena. Each participant will be locked to his/her registered player account for the remainder of the tournament, and will not be allowed to switch to another player account under any circumstances.A minimum account level requirement is imposed on all Garena tournaments. All player accounts have to be at least Level 10 at the time of registration in order to be eligible for registration.No rank requirements are imposed for registration.Free Fire India Today League: RulesRegistered teams, each consisting of 4-5 players, will first be entered into the “Qualifier” stage. Each Qualifier may be comprised of multiple stages, requiring teams to compete in sets-of-1/sets-of-4/sets-of-6/etc Rounds.Teams will be ranked on points assigned for their placements and kill counts at the end of each Round. Top 12 teams will of each set will proceed to the next stage/main Tournament.Each tournament will require teams to compete in sets-of-1/sets-of-4/sets-of-6/sets-of-8 Rounds. Teams will be ranked on points assigned for their placements and kill counts at the end of each Round. Points will be awarded based on a standard scoring table.Top 12 teams will qualify for the Group Finals in New Delhi. (For More information, visit Free Fire India Today League)Scoring (20 points per kill)1st – 302nd – 203rd – 174th – 145th – 106th – 087th – 068th – 059th – 0310th – 0211th – 0112th – 00Also Read | Popular battle royale game Free Fire now delivers premium experience to Indian gamersAlso See:last_img read more

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Security Council to Renew MINURSO’s Mandate Without Complications: Chinese Ambassador

New York – Liu Jieyi, China’s Ambassador to the United Nations told the press on Friday that the Council would renew MINURSO’s mandate “without complications.”The UN Security Council is scheduled to receive United Nations Secretary General’s annual report on “the situation in the Western Sahara” next Friday April 8.Based on the report, the UN body will decide by the end of the month whether or not to renew the mandate of UN Mission to the Western Sahara, known by its French acronym as MINURSO. This year’s examination of MINURSO’s mandate comes against the backdrop of an unprecedented row between Morocco and the UN Secretariat following Ban Ki-moon’s statements in the Tindouf camps in Algeria last month when he described Morocco’s presence in the Western Sahara as “occupation.”Rabat vehemently to the UN chief’s biased statements, and expelled 84 members of the civil component of MINURSO.Amid the unabated tension between Rabat and Ban Ki-moon, the Chinese Ambassador to the United Nations, who took over the presidency of the 15-member body, sent a reassuring to Morocco on Friday.The renewal of MINURSO’s mandate “will be done without complications. We think it is achievable,” he told the press on Friday.“Our ambition, as President of the Security Council, is that the theme will be resolved smoothly” and that in the end “there will be a renewal of the mandate of MINURSO,” he added.Analysts say despite the efforts Ban Ki-moon and his personal envoy, Christopher Ross, will make to lash out at Morocco and call on the Security Council to change the framework of negotiations set out in Resolution 1754 of April 2007, the members of the UN executive body have no interest in escalating tension between Morocco and the UN Secretariat.“Morocco has good and balanced relations with the five permanent members of the Security Council, and none of them will be tempted to impose any other framework of negotiations to Rabat,” a Syrian political analyst who works with an Arab mission at the United Nations told Morocco World News.“Despite ban Ki-moon’ attempts to prove the contrary, the Western Sahara is not high on the agenda of the Security Council, and it is unlikely that its members will deviate from the rule of consensus that has been followed in voting for the renewal of MINURSO’s mandate,” the UN expert, who asked to speak on the condition of anonymity, added.The United States is the penholder of the resolution on MINURSO. Following the submission of the UNSG’s annual report, Washington drafts the resolution in coordination with the other members of the Group of Friends of the Western Sahara, which includes France, Russia, the United Kingdom and Spain.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission. read more

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Gajen briefs Danish MPs

He also said that there was a serious danger for the Tamils if they rely on the LLRC or any other domestic accountability process for answers. Ponnambalam also spoke of the grave inadequacy of the two UNHRC resolutions to curb the systematic anti Tamil measures that he claims are being unleashed in Sri Lanka. (Colombo Gazette) President of the Tamil National People’s Front (TNPF) and General Secretary of the All Ceylon Tamil Congress (ACTC) Gajen Ponnambalam, who is currently in Denmark, has briefed Danish parliamentarians on the situation in Sri Lanka.Speaking at a conference in the Danish Parliament, Ponnambalam said that there was a systematic dismantling of the Tamils living as a distinct nation in Sri Lanka.

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