What to watch: FFCS 2020 Grand Finals, PMGC 2020, E1 Championship and more
Free Fire Continental Series 2020 Grand Finals
The stage is set for the FFCS 2020 Grand Finals, with the top 12 Free Fire teams finalised for all three series - the Americas, EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) and Asia. Will it be the directly-qualified apex predator teams taking the trophy and the US$80,000 champion's cash prize, or will the underdog Play-in squads survive long enough to surprise us? Whatever the outcome, you simply wouldn't find any better Free Fire action than the Free Fire Continental Series 2020.
Plus, Geek Fam will be the sole team to represent Malaysia on the world stage, after acquiring the champions of the Free Fire Tri-Nation Cup, NOXSCAPE. With a 38-point lead in the aforementioned series, the squad - led by Mohammad Akiq “Akiq” Akimi and comprises Haziq “Haziq” Daniel, Muhammad Hafiz “Apiz” Azhar, Muhammad “Shoyu” Aiman, and Noor Irfan “Raine” Haqeemy - have proven themselves to be more than capable of holding their own. So, be sure to support your fellow Malaysians this Sunday!
Stay in the know: Who will top the throne at FFCS 20 Asia? A Grand Finals team preview
The FFCS 2020 Grand Finals begins this Sunday (22 November), with the EMEA Series at 12AM, followed by the Americas at 1AM and finally, the Asia series at 3PM. Get your BOOYAH! on by catching them live on Facebook and YouTube.
PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero
It’s been refreshing to finally see both eastern and western teams facing off against each other after the past few months of regional-only tournaments. And based on the results of the weekdays, it looks like the two regions are evenly matched, with the above top 16 teams qualifying for PMGC 2020's first Super Weekend. All Southeast Asian teams managed to make the cut, as well as other powerhouses that were expected to make it this far, including world champions Bigetron RA and Futbolists.
For a full recap: PMGC S0 League Stage W1: Weekday Recap, Super Weekend Preview
PMGC 2020 Super Weekend commences tonight (27 November) at 7PM until this weekend, followed by a reset with the Super Weekend qualifiers on 1 and 2 December. eGG Network will be broadcasting the world series LIVE, or you can opt for Twitch, YouTube and Facebook to catch the action too.
Last night's Round 2 took place in Shanghai, China, where Stratos Motorsports'/Malaysian representative Naquib Azlan overtook Round 1's leader, Mikko Nassi of Team Safehouse. Second runner-up, Ayman Aqeem of Resurgence, has been maintaining his composure, placing well enough to maintain his standing two weeks in a row, with his teammate Mike Hakimi following him closely at fourth.
Here's a refresher of Round 1: E1 Championship Pit Stop Recap - Gearing up for Round 2
The E1 Championship continues next Thursday (4 December) at 10PM, with the broadcast available LIVE on eGG Network TV and our Facebook page. E1 Championship Season Zero is organised by us too, along with Axle Esports and Astro, in partnership with RaceRoom and eRacing GP.
Other special programmes on our channel:
Date: Every Thursday, 9PM (eGG Network); every Sunday (Astro Awani), 10PM; or every Saturday from 5 December onwards, 7PM (Astro AEC)
Where to watch: eGG Network (Astro CH800), Awani (CH501), and AEC (CH346/306 HD).
More info: 5 Reasons Why You Should Watch Jalur 14
Jalur 14 is presented by eGG Network, Kementerian Belia dan Sukan Malaysia, Esports Integrated and Astro; and proudly sponsored by Yoodo, Predator, Zotac Gaming, and Suncycle.
The Nationals Season 2 - MLBB Conference
BLAST Premier Fall Showdown
Apex Legends Global Series: Autumn Circuit - Last chance qualifiers
*All times listed are in GMT +8.