Garena Free Fire rank system, explained

Learn how the rank system works in Garena Free Fire with our guide.

As per the norm, Garena Free Fire is split into two kinds of games to jump into: casual and ranked.

Casual is for people looking for a lighter, less stressful experience, while ranked is meant for the players who are really looking for more of a competitive edge.

Of course, this can be an intimidating thing when you are first looking at it; it’s scary to think about jumping in with the players who are taking it the most seriously. While we can’t make the decision to do it for you, we can offer you the information that gives you a better understanding of how it works before you make that decision.

How to play Ranked

In order to play in Ranked, you will have to be level five in the game. Once you have reached that level, you can earn points by playing matches and completing missions, and these points will place you in one of the seven ranks. With 1,000 points, a player is placed in Bronze I, the lowest tier.

Here are those seven ranks in the game as of right now:

  • Bronze (I,II and III)
  • Silver (I, II, and III)
  • Gold (I, II, III, and IV)
  • Platinum (I, II, III, and IV)
  • Diamond (I, II, III, and IV)
  • Heroic
  • Grand Master 

As you can see, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond are all broken up into four sub-ranks. You will climb through each of these to get to the next rank.

How Ranked works

When you play Ranked, you will be placed in matches with other players of the same skill or tier. This is to keep the competition and skill level at an even ground.

At the end of each match, players will receive points based on how many kills they had, survival time, final standing, and other stats. These points will help players rank up and progress.

Each tier will not only change the players you play against but will also net you some cool rewards as you rank up. We broke down what those rewards are, as well as how many points you’ll need for each tier, for every rank below:

  • Bronze I – 1000 points (1,000 coins)
  • Bronze II – 1100 points (1,000 coins + Airdrop + Scan + 5 Tokens)
  • Bronze III – 1200 points (1,000 coins + Bonfire + Resupply Map + 10 Tokens)
  • Silver I – 1300 points (1,500 coins + Silver Banner + 2 Airdrops + 20 Tokens)
  • Silver II – 1400 points (1,500 coins + Airdrop + 2 Resupply Maps + 30 Tokens)
  • Silver III – 1500 points (1,500 coins + Bonfire + 2 Scans + 40 Tokens)
  • Gold I – 1600 points (2,000 coins + Gold Banner + Gold Jacket + 50 Tokens)
  • Gold II – 1725 points (2,000 coins + Double XP Card + Gold Ticket + 70 Tokens)
  • Gold III – 1850 points (2,000 coins + 2 Bonfires + 2 Airdrops + 90 Tokens)
  • Gold IV – 1975 points (2,000 coins + 2 Airdrops + 2 Resupply Maps + 110 Tokens)
  • Platinum I – 2100 points (2,500 coins + Platinum Banner + Double XP Card + 150 Tokens)
  • Platinum II – 2225 points (2,500 coins + 2 Bonfires + 2 Gold Tickets + 200 Tokens)
  • Platinum III – 2350 points (2,500 coins + 3 Scans + 2 Airdrops + 250 Tokens)
  • Platinum IV – 2475 points (2,500 coins + 3 Gold Tickets + 2 Resupply Maps + 300 Tokens)
  • Diamond I – 2600 points (3,000 coins + Diamond Banner + Double XP Card + 350 Tokens)
  • Diamond II – 2750 points (3,000 coins + 2 Boxes + 3 Bonfires + 425 Tokens)
  • Diamond III – 2900 points (3,000 coins + 3 Resupply Maps + 3 Boxes + 525 Tokens)
  • Diamond IV – 3050 points (3,000 coins + 3 Airdrops + 3 Gold Tickets + 625 Tokens)
  • Heroic – 3200 points (5,000 coins + Heroic Banner + Heroic Jacket + 750 Tokens)
  • Grand Master – top 300 players of the region (Grand Master Banner)

Seasons

Free Fire’s rank system is split into seasons, with each season usually lasting about two months. At the end of each season, your rank will determine what rank you start out as for the next one.

Finishing in Bronze or Silver will mean you’ll be in Bronze I or II, ending in Gold or Platinum will put you in Silver I or II, and Diamond, Heroic, and Grandmaster will all start in Gold I and II.