Free Fire World Series 2022
28 Apr 2022
Malaysian teams have qualified for the final leg of the Free Fire World Series
(FFWS) 2022 tournament, where they will be competing for a cut of the US$2mil
(RM8.6mil) prize pool.
Farang has been seeded for the finals, while Team Todak, having qualified for
the play-ins, will have to take a longer and more arduous route.
teams are making their debuts at FFWS and will be duking it out with 18 squads
from multiple regions in the tournament, which will be held in Singapore for
the second time.
year’s lineup excluded teams from two regions: India and the Commonwealth of
Independent States (CIS), which includes Russia and Ukraine.
are no squads from India because the Free Fire India Championship was suspended
after the game was banned by the government in February over data privacy
concerns. The CIS regional qualifiers, on the other hand, were cancelled due to
Russia invading Ukraine.
play-ins are on May 14 and the finals are on May 21.
top four teams from the play-ins will join the top eight seeded teams in the
finals, for a total of 12 finalists.
the finals, the teams will battle over six rounds across three maps, and points
will be awarded based on round ranking and kill count.
participating in the play-ins include Fuego (Curacao), House of Blood
(Pakistan), LGDS (Taiwan), Vivo Keyd (Brazil), Echo Esports (Indonesia),
V-Gaming (Vietnam), Ignis Esports (Mexico), All Stars Esports (Syria) and
Attack All Around (Thailand).
squads seeded for the finals are last year’s winner Evos Phoenix (Thailand) and
runner up Loud (Brazil), Evos Divine (Indonesia), Team Flash (Vietnam), Mineros
Esports (Argentina), Wask (Morocco) and Vasto Mundo (Portugal).
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