FFCS 2020 Asia: The full list of teams competing in the Grand Finals, plus Americas and EMEA
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FFCS 2020 Asia: The full list of teams competing in the Grand Finals, plus Americas and EMEA

Nov 23, 2020 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

The action-packed Play-in of the Free Fire Continental Series (FFCS) 2020 Asia Series concluded yesterday, determining the final five teams that will be joining seven of the region’s best of the best in the Grand Finals of FFCS 2020 Asia.

Here’s every team battling it out for the Asia Series championship title:

Top 5 Play-in teams

  • King of Gamers Club (Thailand)
  • EXP Esports (Thailand)
  • Burst the Sky (Vietnam)
  • RRQ Hades (Indonesia)
  • V-Gaming (Vietnam)
FFCS 2020 Asia Play-in standings.

National champions

  • Geek Fam, formerly NOXSCAPE (Malaysia/Southeast Asia)
  • TEAM KNIGHTS (Chinese Taipei)
  • Total Gaming Esports (India)
  • EVOS Esports (Indonesia)
  • EV THAILAND (Thailand)
  • House of Blood (Pakistan)
  • Heavy (Vietnam)

The Thai teams of King of Gamers Club and EXP Esports proved to be in their own leagues during the Play-in, with the former bagging two BOOYAHs and a 49-point-lead ahead of the runner-ups. It was a close shave for fifth-placed V-Gaming from Vietnam, who almost didn’t qualified for the Grand Finals with their total points tied with ONIC Olympus. Fortunately, despite ONIC’s high kill volume, V-Gaming had the advantage by garnering more placement points, which are considered more valuable.

Alas, for Malaysia, representatives AutoKnockout and Baby Argon – who placed second and third in the Free Fire Tri-Nation Cup – couldn’t make it to the top 5, though the latter scored one BOOYAH in the final match, ending their run with a bang. In spite of that, it won’t be the last time we’ll see the pair in the Free Fire competitive scene. But, the good news, is that Geek Fam will represent Malaysia in the Finals as winners of the Tri-Nation Cup.

The Grand Finals of the FFCS 2020 Asia Series will the 12 Grand Finals battling out for the US$300,000 prize pool, as well as the title of the region’s top Free Fire esports squad. The one-day epic event will run in parallel with the Grand Finals of the Americas and EMEA Series, also featuring US$300,000 in prize money each, bringing the total to US$900,000.

FFCS 2020 Americas

  • 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)

FFCS 2020 EMEA

  • 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 FFCS 2020 Grand Finals will take place this Sunday (29 November) – EMEA at 12AM, Americas at 1AM, and Asia at 3PM. Catch the action LIVE on the official Facebook and YouTube pages of Garena Free Fire.

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

About Bryan "soupykambing" Terng

An action adventure RPG lover, Bryan also likes playing and writing PUBG Mobile and COD: Mobile when he's away from his PS4 and Netflix. He also secretly hopes that Apex Legends esports will take off in SEA.

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