We're now one weekend away from determining the teams who will be qualifying for the grand finals of the Free Fire MCP Majors S3. Week 3 of the league stage concluded yesterday, and here's how the teams fared:
Blacklist International continued to dominate, not letting go of the first place spot since week 1! Geek Fam and DOEASY traded places, while Hard To Get and Todak maintained their positions. VETE Esports and Bloody Heads climbed up to take 6th and 7th place while Orange Esports and E.Wolves Gang dropped to 9th and 10th. Overdose Esports dropped to 10th while Axis rose to 11th, and Umbrella Reborn rounded up the top 12.
Teams like WTG Xpert and Tactical Intex are most likely to be eliminated from the running, while Ego Oblivions, Icon, AKO Ligers and Scripshotz can still make it - under extremely favourable conditions. Other than that, the rest of the top teams look to be pretty secure, it's going to be a matter of which team will finish first!
If you missed the action, check out the VODs for days 1-3 below, and be sure to catch the fourth weekend of the FF MCP Major S3 live on Facebook, TikTok and YouTube starting this Friday, 1 April, 8 PM. More info.
The second week of the Free Fire MCP Majors S3 concluded yesterday, with Blacklist International continuing its dominance of the league. Geek Fam dethrone them with a fantastic day 2 performance but on day 3, Blacklist reclaimed its spot. 34 points are what separates the two teams from each other. In third place, we have DOEASY, followed by Hard to Get, jumping up from 9th place the previous week! What an improvement from the Filipino squad.
With two more weekends to go, the results aren't set in stone just yet but the bottom third of the leaderboard will have to step up their game if they hope to make it to the finals weekend.
If you missed the action, check out the VODs for days 1-3 below, and be sure to catch the third weekend of the FF MCP Major S3 live on Facebook, TikTok and YouTube starting this Friday, 25 March, 8 PM. More info.
The qualifiers for the Free Fire MCP Majors Season 2 have come to an end, and we now know the 18 teams that will be competing at this prestigious tournament. In addition to the qualifier teams, a couple of Malaysian were invited to take place of the ones disqualified for smurfing. Here's the list of teams and the countries they will be representing:
*Invited Teams from MCP Majors Season 1
It's a shame we won't be seeing the talented kids on Geek Fam and SEM9 at the event, but they're busy paying the penalty for messing with the integrity of the esport. The League Stage will consist of 12 match-days, spanning across 6 weeks, consisting of 18 teams separated into 3 groups. The Top 12 teams emerging from the League Stage will then proceed to the Grand Finals on 16 October 2021 for the grand prize.