Geek Fam Free Fire are the MCP Majors Season 1 champions
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Geek Fam Free Fire are the MCP Majors Season 1 champions

Mar 22, 2021 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

After seven weeks of intense battle royale action, Malaysia’s very own Geek Fam Free Fire finally emerged as the winners of the first season of the Free Fire Malaysia, Cambodia, and Philippines (MCP) Majors Season 1. They defeated the rest of the top 12 teams who qualified for the Grand Finals, which took place last Saturday (20 March).

As the winners, Geek Fam were rewarded US$15,000 in winnings for their exceptional performance, but more importantly, they’ve secured a spot to represent Malaysia further in the international Free Fire World Series (FFWS 2021) in April, which will be happening across the border in Singapore. With a squad that bagged three BOOYAHs and the highest kill volume of 46 (at least 21 points ahead of everyone else), Malaysia would be proud to have an outstanding team holding the Jalur Gemilang in the next FFWS 2021.

For the rest of the top 6 teams, though they didn’t get to qualify for FFWS 2021, they had the second-best prize of immediately advancing to MCP Majors Season 2.

  1. AutoKnockOut
  2. Blacklist International
  3. Supreme Assault Forces
  4. Freedom Rumble
  5. Fastkill MY
Half of Geek Fam were also the top fraggers of the MCP Majors Season 1 Grand Finals.

The FFWS 2021 in Singapore will feature 22 of the world’s top teams across 14 regions to battle for the Free Fire world championship title and their share of the US$2 million prize pool. The tournament comprises two stages: the Play-ins and the Finals, with each phase lasting a day. The Play-Ins will see 12 teams who placed either first or second in their respective regional tournaments, with the top two teams advancing to the Finals to battle with other top 10 teams from their own regional Free Fire series. Both stages will see these apex predators battling against each other across six rounds in Bermuda, Kalahari and Purgatory.

Catch the FFWS 2021 Play-ins on 22 May, followed by the Finals on 29 May. More broadcast will be announced soon, so stay tuned to the official Free Fire FB page.

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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