World Fischer Random Chess Championship 2019 (1:35) 'Published on May 9, 2019'
The description said,
For the first time ever, a world chess championship has a truly open qualification system! Are you a Fischer Random genius?
The description used a couple of Youtube tags that should be useful for locating more about the event or the underlying games. I added a third tag for completeness:-
As long as I'm covering Youtube resources, let's add a video showing the first FWFRCC qualifier: Chess960 Championship Open Qualifier (youtube.com; MaxTheChessKid; 'Streamed live on Apr 28, 2019'). Max isn't a 'Fischer Random genius' and even stumbles over the castling rules in his first streamed game, but the video provides a good record of the look-and-feel of the qualifying event.
Later: A few days after I posted the above, Chess.com provided a list of World Fischer Random Championship: Qualified Players.
[Here] is the full list of non-titled players who've qualified for the first-ever Fischer Random World Chess Championship.
The first 'qualifier event' had 163 players, although the numbers have been declining since then. So far, 16 events have taken place, with another 16 to be played. The rules say, 'The total number of qualifiers from this phase will be 160 players from 32 qualifiers.' If a player qualifies from two different events, the additional place goes to another person.