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The Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 has simply concluded with Vietnamese group HQ Esports rising as champions. Their efficiency demonstrated why they had been the very best group going into the match. Together with the trophy, they took residence $80k in prize cash.

HQ Esports took three booyahs in whole and amassed 86 factors. Indonesian group GPX stunned everybody with their efficiency and secured second place with 84 factors. CGGG continued their good run from the Play-ins and got here in third with 79 factors.

Prize Pool distribution of FFAC 2021(image via Garena Free Fire)
Prize Pool distribution of FFAC 2021(picture through Garena Free Fire)

Group Elite from India had a poor begin to the match, however they mounted a comeback within the final two matches to complete in eighth place with 49 factors. Pakistani group Hotshot Esports had a horror match as they completed in final place. Group Elite gained $15k in prize cash whereas Hotshot was awarded $10k.


Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 Finals match standings

Overall standings of Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 Finals (Image via Free Fire)
General standings of Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 Finals (Picture through Free Fire)

The primary match performed in Bermuda was gained by HQ Esports with 11 kills, the place star fragger ThaiSon was the MVP with 4 frags. eArena from Thailand secured second place with 9 frags.

The second match, performed on the desert map of Kalahari, was gained by Heavy with 13 frags. Burst the Sky got here in second with six frags.

GPX Esports claimed the third match of the day with eight frags. Nevertheless, it was CGGG who topped the factors desk with a whopping 16 frags.

On the finish of Match 3, CGGG was main the factors desk with 45 factors, adopted by Heavy with 37 factors. Group Elite was in final place with solely three factors.

The fourth and fifth match of the day was gained by HQ Esports with 9 and 15 frags respectively. Artemis was the MVP within the fourth match with 4 frags whereas ThaiSon was MVP within the fifth match.

GPX Esports claimed the sixth match of the day with 9 kill factors, adopted by Heavy with 9 kills. Group Elite lastly confirmed some spark and secured third place with 5 frags.

The seventh and last match of the match was gained by Group Elite with eight frags, with 5 of them by RDP alone. Their balanced sport model helped them conquer the match.


Edited by Sandeep Banerjee





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