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FFCS Play-ins Result

2020/11/24

FFCS Play-ins Result

We concluded the Asia Series Play-ins yesterday – the top five teams have qualified for the Asia Series Grand Finals, joining the seven teams who earlier earned direct qualification by winning their local level tournament.

 

The 12 grand finalists will now compete in the Asia Series’ Grand Finals on 29 November for a slice of the US$300,000 prize pool and the title of the region’s strongest team. 

 

 

The Asia Series Play-in featured Team CRX Elite and XTZ Esports in action, who were respectively the first- and second-runners up at the Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) 2020 Fall. However, the competition in the Play-ins proved too hot for Team CRX Elite and XTZ Esports, with both teams to miss out on the FFCS Asia Series Grand Finals after placing ninth and eleventh respectively.

 

India will be represented at the Asia Series Grand Finals Total Gaming Esports, who earned direct entry after being crowned the champions of the FFIC 2020 Fall. Total Gaming Esports will be looking to do their fans proud by replicating the teamwork and consistency that led them to the FFIC 2020 Fall title.

 

 

The full list of Asia Series grand finalists are:

 

  • EVOS Esports (Indonesia)*
  • Total Gaming Esports (India)*
  • Geek Fam (Malaysia)*
  • TEAM KNIGHTS (Chinese Taipei)*
  • EV THAILAND (Thailand)*
  • House of Blood (Pakistan)*
  • Heavy (Vietnam)*
  • King of Gamers Club (Thailand)#
  • EXP Esports (Thailand)#
  • Burst the Sky (Vietnam)#
  • RRQ Hades (Indonesia)#
  • V-Gaming (Vietnam)#

 

# via Play-ins 

* via direct qualification

 

 

 

The FFCS’ other two series – the Americas Series and EMEA Series – also held the Play-ins over the weekend to determine the 12 grand finalists from each series. They will now battle in their respective Grand Finals on 28 November to be the best Free Fire team in the region. The Americas Series and EMEA Series will each have US$300,000 in prize money, bringing the combined prize pool for the FFCS to US$900,000.

 

The full list of the EMEA Series grand finalists are:

 
  • Last Players (Pro League CIS)*
  • Silence (Pro League CIS)*
  • VASTOMUNDO (EU Premier League)*
  • Irmandade (EU Premier League)*
  • INS (Arab League)*
  • SHIFT.FF (Arab Series)*
  • Stay Away (Pro League CIS)#
  • Sbornaya ChR (Pro League CIS)#
  • Bad Smile (EU Premier League)#
  • Over Fear (Arab League)#
  • Esports Orig (Pro League CIS) #
  • Rebirth Unnv (Pro League CIS)#
 

The full list of the Americas Series grand finalists are:

 
  • SS E-Sports (Brazil)*
  • Vivo Keyd (Brazil)*
  • Team Liquid (Brazil)*
  • Pain Gaming (Brazil)*
  • Ignis Esports (LATAM)*
  • Team Aze (LATAM)*
  • Arctic Gaming (LATAM)*
  • Savage Esports (LATAM)*
  • Cruzeiro (Brazil)#
  • Flamengo B4 (Brazil)#
  • Santos Hotforex (Brazil)#
  • Red Canids Kalunga (Brazil)#

 

# via Play-ins 

* via direct qualification

 

The FFCS Grand Finals will take place next weekend, on 28 November (Americas and EMEA Series) and 29 November (Asia Series), so look forward to more updates from us!