Free Fire Continental Series or in short FFCS 2020 Asia has finally concluded with EXP Esports emerging as the overall winner of the competition. This Esports tournament was being conducted at a very massive level involving several nations and their best Free Fire teams from Asia. The competing teams had to fight through several qualifiers to reach the grand final today. The Team EXP Esports, now the Asian Champions, is going to take home the lion’s share in the USD 300,000 prize pool, which is $80,000.
FFCS 2020 Asia Final Standings
The event concluded with EXP Esports grabbing the top spot, while King of Gamers Club and RRQ Hades finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. The final standings are as follows:
FFCS 2020 Asia: Talking Points
Total Gaming eSports, having won the FFCS India, was representing India in the Asia finals. XTZ E-Sports and CRX Elite were also in the race to represent India but their journey ended at the FFCS Play-Ins. The squad consists of Fozy Ajay, VasioCRJ7, Golden, and MafiaBala. Though, as unfortunate as it may sound, Total Gaming eSports failed to reach a podium finish.
The team seemed promising enough in the starting but next zone positioning was disrupting them from playing their natural game besides silly mistakes creeping up at times. They finished at 8th position with 70 points and 17 kills. Nevertheless, we need to consider that Indian teams don’t have much international exposure as of yet but having reached this stage is a matter of celebration in itself. The general perception will always hold Total Gaming eSports in high consideration!
How to get the Milestone Rewards?
Since the Indian player base crossed all the Milestone Challenges, the rewards will be sent via the in-game mail this time. Earlier, Free Fire used to put up redemption codes but last time due to heavy traffic in the redemption website and consequently causing errors to show up on the site, they switched to this manner of sending the rewards.
Players can expect the rewards within the next 24 hours. There will be a particular event for this which will go LIVE in game tomorrow at 11am IST. Login and redeem your rewards! Good thing about this event is the fact that it’ll be open till 7th of December, 2020; implying enough time to redeem without facing much difficulties.
Public Reception of the Livestream
The YouTube Livestream has been a massive success; standing at 1.3M likes and over 700k+ concurrent views as we speak. The entire stream lasted around 4 hours with over 30M+ total views.
Viewers and players all over the world were also treated to some special features including the famous T.R.A.P. squad Opening Show performance and Kelly, the host, concluding the tournament with her charm. From all this, you can figure out that the players really enjoyed watching the stream and the initiatives taken by Free Fire to make it more entertaining.
What do you think about the FFCS 2020 Asia winner and performances of other teams? Drop-in your opinions in the comment section below!