FFAC 2021 Play-Ins: HQ Esports and SYZYGY qualify for the Grand Finals of Free Fire Asia Championship. The Play-Ins Day 1 of the Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 took place today. While a total of 12 teams participated in this event, only 2 out of those teams were going to qualify for the Grand Finals. In any case, today’s matches were absolutely thrilling and at the end of the day, the teams that qualified for the finals were HQ Esports and SYZYGY. This article will tell you everything about the matches that took place in today’s event.
FFAC 2021 Play-Ins: HQ Esports and SYZYGY qualify for the Grand Finals of Free Fire Asia Championship
The Play Ins Day 1 of the Free Fire Asia Championship 2021 took place today. And it was full of thrilling and amazing matches. However, in the end, HQ Esports and SYZYGY became the champions and qualified for the grand finals. All the teams fought six matches on three different maps. The maps were Kalahari, Bermuda, and Purgatory. The points were given on the basis of the number of kills and round ranking. The Top two teams had a huge scores of 101 and 93.
FFAC 2021 Play-Ins Day 1 Overall Standings
- HQ Esports- 101 Points
- SYZYGY Raiders – 93 Points
- Supreme Assault Forces – 66 Points
- SES Alfaink – 63 Points
- King of Gamers Club – 48 Points
- DG Esports – 47 Points
- God of Wolf – 39 Points
- Epic – 33 Points
- No Chance ES – 30 Points
- No.1 King – 28 Points
- Five Mutants – 28 Points
- Desi Gamers – 13 Points
In my case, today’s matches were absolutely brilliant. It is no doubt that all the teams gave their all. Let’s hope that the fans will be able to witness these amazing matches in the grand finals of FFAC as well.
That said if you’re also a free-fire fan like me and you have a favorite team. Make sure to support it and watch them play in the finals. The finals will surely give us some of the best gaming moments ever. So missions them is surely not a good choice. In any case, Garena is trying to attract a lot of fans and they have allowed teams from EMEA And Asia to participate in the regional championships. So it’s no doubt that this year’s FFAC is going to be one of the best we’ve ever seen.