FFWS 2021 Singapore power rankings
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FFWS 2021 Singapore power rankings

The Free Fire World Series 2021 (FFWS 2021) returns with an offline event that’s bound to excite fans all over the globe. Taking place in Singapore, two-day Free Fire international esports tournament will feature 18 of the world’s best teams gunning not only for the abundant total prize pool of US$2 million but also the championship title. In case you’re wondering how each team would fare in FFWS 2021 Singapore, let’s just say the little research we’ve done might give you an idea.

Here’s our power ranking of the top Survivors participating in FFWS 2021 Singapore:

Play-ins

Attack All Around

If history were to repeat itself, Attack All Around would undoubtedly be a top 3 team to advance to the Finals. This new team comprises the Free Fire Continental Series (FFCS) 2020 Asia champions EXP Esports, who even improved by placing second in the Free Fire Pro League Thailand Season 4.

It’s also likely that First Raiders Bravo would join the Thai team as their fellow finalists, especially when they were just two points behind Indonesia’s best team, EVOS Divine (formerly EVOS Esports ID), in Free Fire Indonesia Masters 2021 Spring. Plus, since LOUD are one of the longest running Free Fire esports teams, it’d be unwise to count out the runner-ups of Liga Brasileira de Free Fire 2021 (tied with Fluxo), especially when they competed in FFWS 2019 albeit ending at ninth place.

Newcomers NEWGANK and vaiXourar are pretty new faces in the scene, but their fantastic debut on a national level showed strong potential. The former even had an insane lead of 124 points in the Free Fire Singapore Championship 2021 and as many as 32 kills in one match – that’s more than half of the whole lobby!

On the other hand, the probability for the rest of the Play-ins teams (HQ Esports, Singularity.Invincible, God’s Plan and DEA) are lower, due to their overall lacklustre performance prior to getting second in their respective national tournaments. Then again, Singularity.Invincible and God’s Plan stand a slightly better chance – the former has improved substantially, while the latter advanced to the world stage before in FFCS 2021 Americas.

Finals

Fluxo may be unheard of before Liga Brasileira de Free Fire 2021: Series, but a star-studded roster is what makes it such an exceptional team. They’re owned, founded and led by player Nobru, who won FFWS 2019, as well as the MVP, when he was with Corinthians alongside JapaBKR (his teammate for the longest time). With F4K – who was a guest analyst in two tournaments – on board too, Fluxo are more than ready to take the crown.

Scoring four BOOYAHs in the one-day Free Fire Spring Cup 2021 and placing fourth in FFWS 2019, Taiwanese veterans LGDS are a strong contender for the throne as well, though their 19th rank in FFCS 2020 Asia is a little worrisome.

EVOS Divine

Another powerhouse to look out for are EVOS Divine, the undisputed champions in Indonesia who won three major national tournaments back-to-back, including the latest Free Fire Indonesia Masters 2021 Spring. Though they placed fourth in FFCS 2020 Asia, this will be their first time going up against the world’s best teams in FFWS 2021 Singapore.

Silence are pretty much on similar levels with EVOS Divine, a two-time champions of Free Fire Pro League CIS. However, they managed to secure silver in FFCS 2020 EMEA, so that gives them an edge to overpower the Indonesian squad in FFWS 2021 Singapore.

Both Phoenix Force (previously EVOS Esports TH) and Geek Fam Free Fire are the incontestable back-to-back winners of their respective country/region, proving themselves to be some of the most formidable teams in SEA. Though the two played decent enough in FFCS 2020 Asia by getting fifth and seventh, respectively, they’d need to level up their gameplay further and go beyond their existing limits if they want to make it big in FFWS 2021 Singapore. Plus, Geek Fam had a 32-point lead ahead of everyone else, so they’re definitely one level higher than what they’re accustomed to.

Sitting at ninth in FFCS 2020 Asia is a thing of the past for Burst The Sky. By getting six top 4 rankings in the latest Arena of Survival 2021 Spring, Burst The Sky have definitely gotten better since then.

For the dark horses, VIP Esports and Team Aze have their own strengths and weaknesses that can make or break their gameplay in FFWS 2021 Singapore. VIP had an explosive debut by winning Free Fire Arab League Season 3 with a 40-point lead, though they have zero experience on the world stage. And even if Team Aze did compete in FFCS 2020 Americas, they settled for 12th spot and were barely two points ahead of God’s Plan in Free Fire League Latinoamerica 2021.

Everything you need to know about FFWS 2021 Singapore

FFWS 2021 Singapore is the first worldwide Free Fire tournament this year, with the second edition of FFWS 2021 happening in November. A mid-year invitational, the Free Fire All-Stars, will be held in July, pitting both professional players and the world’s most popular Free Fire influencers against each other.

FFWS 2021 Singapore will begin with the Play-ins tonight (28 May), followed by the Finals on Sunday (30 May) at 9PM daily, broadcast LIVE on Facebook and YouTube.

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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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