Free Fire hits streets of Malaysia with flagship Ramadan event

Join the many exciting activities aimed at fostering community harmony in the spirit of Ramadan.

Free Fire hits streets of Malaysia with flagship Ramadan event

Free Fire developer and publisher Garena has announced that the mobile game's flagship Ramadan event Booyah Bazaar will make its way to players on a traveling themed truck that will stop at five destinations in four Malaysian states from April 7-15.

In line with this year's campaign tagline of "Berganding Bahu Bersama" ("Hand in Hand"), Free Fire fans and players can join the many exciting activities aimed at fostering community harmony in the spirit of Ramadan.

Booyah Bazaar schedule

Visiting players can participate in a mini Free Fire tournament, walk away with special prizes, and break fast with other local Free Fire players, on top of other activities. The Booyah Bazaar will run alongside Free Fire's highly anticipated in-game events, which will feature Ramadan-themed collection items and more!

The Booyah Bazaar's full schedule is as follows:


● April 7, 4-8 PM - Stadium Alor Setar, Kedah
● April 9, 4-8 PM - Stadium Shah Alam, Selangor
● April 9, 4-8 PM - Imago Shopping Mall, Sabah
● April 14, 4-8 PM - Bandar Baru Uda, Johor Bahru
● April 15, 4-8 PM - ESI Hub, Puchong

In the spirit of Ramadan, Free Fire will give away exclusive Free Fire goodie bags to the first 100 visitors at each destination. All goodie bags will come with a redemption code for Free Fire diamonds and light refreshments suitable for breaking fast.

Players can participate in a mini Free Fire tournament and trivia contest, with in-game diamonds and iconic game merchandise up for grabs. Fans can also look out for their favorite Free Fire characters in cosplay, who will be present at every event.

The Booyah Bazaar will make its final stop at the Puchong ESI Hub on April 15, concluding the two week-long road trip with an offline watch party for the MCPS Season 5 Grand Finals. Free Fire players and esports fanatics alike can root for their favorite teams at the game’s second ever offline watch party, alongside the slew of Ramadan activities.