FFAC 2021 Play-Ins Day 2: CGGG and GPX Esports Qualified For the Grand finals. Today matches of Free Fire Asia Championship Play-Ins Day 2 took place. And the audience got to see a lot of action full and thrilling matches. All the teams fought brilliantly and gave their all. However in the end CGGG and GPX Esports became the winners and qualified for the finals. The Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 is replacing the Free Fire World Series that is not taking place this year due to the pandemic.
FFAC 2021 Play-Ins Day 2: CGGG and GPX Esports Qualified For the Grand finals
Today the FFAC 2021 Play-Ins Day 2 took place. A total of 12 teams took place in today’s Play-Ins. And the matches that the audience got to see were amazing. All the teams gave their all to win today. And the teams that came out victorious were CGGG and GPX Esports with a score of 89 and 78. CGGG had a total kill count of 35 With 1 Booyah and GPX Esports had 30 kills with 2 Booyahs.
One of India’s most famous and loved free fire team Total Gaming, also took part in today’s Play-Ins. However, they came in 6th place with a total of 48 Points and 16 kills. Nevertheless, let’s take a look at the overall standing of today’s Play-Ins.
1. CGGG – 89 Points (Thailand)
2. GPX Esports – 78 Points (Indonesia)
3. Heavy – 75 Points (Vietnam)
4. The Pillars Gladius – 65 Points (Indonesia)
5. Box Gaming – 60 Points (Vietnam)
6. Total Gaming – 48 Points (India)
7. Phoenix Force – 38 Points (Thailand)
8. PVS Gaming – 36 Points (India)
9. DOEASY – 33 Points (MCP)
10. House of Blood – 29 Points (Pakistan)
11. 4X MEN XPERT – 20 Points (MCP)
12. Original Player – 7 Points (Taiwan)
That said, the matches that took place today were amazing. And the game kill leaders of today were:
1. Kimchon (Heavy)
2. Detbu (CGGG)
3. PHU DAI (Heavy)
After witnessing these matches, surely, the finals of FFAC 2021 are going to be very interesting. Free Fire Asia Championship is replacing the World Series due to the Pandemic. In any case, that’s all you need to know about today’s play-ins. Make sure to support your favorite team in the finals of the Free Fire Asia Championship 2021.