The Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 is underway with the event’s matches over, we’ve got the final twelve team roster. These twelve teams will fight for the 2021 FFAC championship and a massive $400k prize pool. Here in this article we will take a look at the Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 Finals format, teams, prize pool and more.
The knockout round of the Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 ended on November 21 by bringing out the last 5 teams to qualify for the Finals. New contender CGGG from Thailand and Indonesian GPX Esports team made it to the Finals. Let’s take a look at the FFAC 2021 Grand Finals, qualifying teams, prize pool and more.
Free Fire Asian Championship Finals 2021
The Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 has now entered its final stages with the Finals taking place this weekend on November 28. The play-in phase of the tournament takes place from November 20-21 and giving fans many moments of horror. One of the biggest turning points in the tournament came on the second day of the match when the Free Fire World Champion Team Phoenix Force was unable to qualify for the Finals.
The event will be held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic situations across mainland Asia. At the final round, seven matches will be played and whoever gets the highest score will be crowned the Free Fire Asia Champion 2021.
Eligible Teams and FFAC 2021 Prize Pool
There are twelve teams in Final round of FFAC 2021 with seven regional champions and five teams from the knockout stages. Thailand and Vietnam have the most teams in the tournament with 3 teams from each region. There are also two teams from Indonesia. The list of twelve teams participating in the 2021 FFAC Finals is as follows:
- Team Elite (India)
- HQ Esports (Vietnam)
- Heavy (Vietnam)
- e-Arena (Thailand)
- LGDS (Chinese Taipei)
- Burst the Sky (Vietnam)
- International Blacklist (MCP)
- CGGG (Thailand)
- SYZYGY (Thailand)
- Hotshot Esports (Pakistan)
- GPX Esports (Indonesia)
- Evos Divine (Indonesia)
FFAC will be broadcast on Free Fire Esports/India official YouTube and Facebook channels from 3pm IST. The total prize pool for the tournament is $400k, with the winner taking home $80k. The first and second place winners will receive $50k and $30k respectively.
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