Grand finale Free Fire Pakistan League (FFPL) 2021 ended today, after an exciting day of play. The top 12 teams from Pakistan competed for a prize pool of 25 Lakh PKR in a total of 6 matches in the LAN event.
At the end of the day, Team TG, who played exceptionally, kept his nerves and claimed the title by winning a cash prize of 12 Lakh PKR ($ 7660). They also qualified for the prestigious Free Fire World Series to be held in April this year.
Demons Pride and Revengers, who also performed and finished great, finished as the first and second runners-up with 76 and 75 points, respectively. They also won 3,20,000 PKR ($ 2,042) and 1,20,000 PKR ($ 766).
The top 6 teams from the overall standings advanced to the second season of the Free Fire Pakistan League.
Grand Fire Free Grand Pakistan League Ranking:
The day began with the first game played in Bermuda, which Demons Pride won with five kills in its name. Spyware and No Chance ES finished second and third in the match
The second and third matches were played at Purgatory, and the Kalahari defeated No Chance ES and Demons Pride with six and 11 kills, respectively.
In the semi-final stage, Demons Pride led the overall scoring table with 56 points and 20 kills. At this point, they had a clear 10-point advantage over the runners-up.
The fourth and fifth matches played in Bermuda and Purgatory were won by House of Blood and Revengers with 17 and 18 murders, respectively. These high-scoring games pushed these teams to the scoring ladder.
The sixth and final game of the Grand Final played at the Kalahari was won by WG Ghazi. Team Hotshot finished in second place in this match with three assassinations in his name.
RAJA PGZ from Demons Pride was awarded the MVP of the tournament. The player performed extremely well and secured a total of 15 kills, causing 6262 damage.
Teams Qualified for Free Fire Pakistan League Season: 2
1.) Team TG
2.) Pride of demons
4.) NO EU chance
5.) House of Blood
6.) Team shot
It would be interesting to see Team TG perform in the Free Fire World Series. Fans will also look forward to more such tournaments for the Pakistani region in addition to the growth of free eSports in the country.