After 4 weeks of intense competition, the grand finals of the MCP Majors S3 are only a week away but in the meantime that doesn't mean we won't have any Free Fire content to watch. Garena announced today a special three-part variety show series, Free Fire Games to celebrate the upcoming finals. Featuring its lovable mascot, Mr. Waggor, the MCP-exclusive series will see the Free Fire Challenger Series Malaysia (FFCM) Champions, Todak, competing against each other and Free Fire's iconic mascots for points.
In addition to providing top-tier content for Free Fire fans, Free Fire Games will also allow viewers to win prizes by watching and voting for decisions on the show. "Each episode will also represent a peak concurrent view (PCV) tier, which local Survivors can vote for using reactions on Facebook. The prize with the most votes for each tier will then be made available if the PCV hits the corresponding view counts."
No word on what the prizes are yet (they will only be revealed during the grand finals), we're guessing that they will be exciting in-game loot. Make sure you catch the first episode of the Free Fire Games on 11 April on the Free Fire Facebook page. Don't miss out on the action if you're a fan of the game!
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 third season of the Free Fire MCP (Malaysia, Cambodia, Philippines) Majors is almost upon us! After the conclusion of the qualifiers last week, we now have all 18 teams that will be competing in this regional Free Fire event. FF MCP Season 3 league will take place over four weeks, starting 11 March. Matches will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 8 PM (GMT+8) onwards.
Throughout the league stage, teams will be doing their best to make the top 12 in order to qualify for the grand finals of the season (16 April). The top two teams of the grand finals will represent MCP at the World Series in Singapore this May.
To commemorate the start of the league, Garena will also be hosting an interactive Stamp Rally event from 7 to 27 March at Lot 10, Kuala Lumpur. All you have to do is collect all four stamps at the booth to receive a free permanent Game Streamer XM8 gun skin. There will also be meet and greet sessions with your favourite Free Fire streamers and esports players, along with Mr. Waggor, the game's official mascot. Exclusive merchandise will also be given away to lucky visitors.
Can Blacklist International pull out a repeat of last season to come out on top or will they be dethroned by the new kids on the block? There's only one way to find out. Catch the action live on Facebook, TikTok and YouTube!
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).