While a lot of people were out celebrating Chinese New Year last weekend, there was a group of people glued to their phones and some of them competing in the biggest event of their lives - the grand finals of the Free Fire Challenger Series! 12 teams from the group stages fought tooth and nail for important prizes: a chunk of the massive prize pool and an invitation to the MCP Majors Season 3. Here are the results of the grand final:

Coming out on top were Todak, who outplayed their opponents and grabbed four of the six Booyahs! Their strength as a new squad flourished at this event, and also showed off the deep talent pool in the scene. In fact, there were many new faces that made up the top teams in the grand finals. Second place were Freedom Rumble who won two Booyahs! followed by Secret Xpert and Geek Fam (who topped the group stage) rounding up the top four.

Metrixx, Sorry Roar, Blacklist International and Icon made up the rest of the top 8 (since Blacklist and Secret Xpert were already qualified for MCP Majors S3, there were 2 additional invitations). Unfortunately for Eastern Wolves Gang, AKO Steady Squad, Team Princess and Epic, they didn't make the cut and will have to try again next season. The same goes for the rest of the teams who weren't able to qualify for the grand finals.

Now that we have all 18 teams for the MCP Majors S3, it's going to be interesting to see how the remainder of the season plays out. No dates have been revealed yet, but it shouldn't be too far away. Stay tuned to eGG Network for more news and updates on Free Fire in the coming weeks!

The last major Free Fire tournament has already taken place this year, but that doesn't mean that it's the end of FF esports this year. Garena announced today the launch of the Free Fire Challenger Series Malaysia (FFCM) and unveiled its MCP Esports Roadmap for 2022. From 8-11 December, players can start registering for the FFCM through the game itself. Users need to be at least Diamond 1 Rank and Level 20. Eligible terms for the in-game qualifiers will compete on 11 December, from 1-5 PM (GMT +8).

The top 48 teams from the open qualifiers will proceed to the qualifier finals on 20-21 December, with the top 18 teams moving on to the League Stage for a slot at the FFCM Grand Finals. The FFCM League Stage will take place in January, and Grand Finals on February 2022. The top 6 from the Grand Finals will move on to the MCP (Malaysia, Cambodia, Philippines) Major Season 3.

As for the rest of 2022, the Challenger series will be repeating itself along with MCP Major Season 4. There will also be two international tournaments in 2022 but nothing has been revealed yet. Expect them to be similar to the World Series this year, hopefully offline (if the global situation gets better).

In the meantime, if you'd like to register for the tournament, make sure you have Free Fire installed on your phone (Android or iOS), and follow Free Fire on Facebook for the latest updates.

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