Free Fire Asia Championship (FFAC) Play-ins will Commence on 20 November!

The FFAC is about to heat up with the upcoming Play-ins! 7 local champions have made it through the ranks and entered the Grand Finals, following numerous intense battles in their respective local leagues over the past two weeks. With 5 slots left, the runners-up will now compete in a knockout tournament to determine the final 5 teams that will enter the Grand Finals.

FFAC Play-ins: teams in the running! 

The FFAC Play-ins will see 24 teams divided into 2 groups; groups A and B. Group A matches will be held on 20 Nov, and group B matches on 21 Nov.

In the FFAC Play-ins, teams will be divided into 2 groups of 12 for the first round. Each group will play a total of 6 matches. The top 2 teams from each Play-in group A and B will advance to the grand finals. The fifth slot for the grand finals will go to the next team with the highest number of points accumulated during the Play-ins.

Malaysia fans can look forward to seeing three local teams, Do Easy, 4X MEN XPERT and Blacklist International, play in the Asia exclusive tournament, with Blacklist International being direct invites to the Grand Finals.

Alongside them is Supreme Assault Forces from the Philippines, who will reignite the friendly rivalry between the four teams from the MCP Majors Season 2.

A fiery Grand Finals will follow with 5 qualifiers from the Play-ins and 7 champions from the local leagues of each region.

Teams participating in the FFAC Play-ins:

Group A (20 Nov):

  • SES Alfaink
  • HQ Esports
  • Desi Gamers
  • DG Esports
  • Supreme Assault Forces
  • No Chance ES
  • EPIC
  • God of Wolf
  • King of Gamers Club
  • Five Mutants
  • 1 King

Group B (21 Nov):

  • Siren GPX
  • The Pillars Gladius
  • BOX Gaming
  • Do Easy
  • House of Blood
  • PVS Gaming
  • Total Gaming eSports
  • CGGG
  • Heavy
  • Original Player


Direct Invites to the Grand Finals

  • Vietnam: Burst The Sky
  • Indonesia: EVOS Divine
  • Thailand: eArena
  • Taiwan: LGDS
  • MCP: Blacklist International
  • India: Team Elite
  • Pakistan: Hotshot Esports

Champion of the MCP Majors

Blacklist International overcame all odds in the MCP Majors Season 2 finals to clinch a spot in the FFAC Grand Finals. Fans were treated to an exhilarating fight between Philippines and Malaysian teams, where the former were dominating the tournament throughout the league stage.

In a surprising turn of events, Blacklist International rose to the top, walking away with the title of Champion for the local league. The team will once again come face to face with some of the strongest opponents in the Free Fire Asia Championship Grand Finals on 28 Nov.

Check out this YouTube video for an in-depth look at Blacklist International’s experience in this year’s MCP Majors Season 2.


19 November 2021

Author: Terry KS

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