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MCES Africa crowned as the champions of Free Fire Arab League Season 4

A solid win by the champions MCES Africa

The fourth installment of Free Fire Arab League Season 4 came to an end last night with MCES Africa becoming the champions. Organized by Garena, the main event of the MENA region started on 13 August 2021 where 24 best teams across the region participated to claim the trophy and came to an end yesterday.

Winning the trophy, the team of champions, secured their slot in the EMEA Invitational. Just like this season, the top twelve teams will directly participate in Free Fire Arab League Season 5. Along with MCES Africa, the 2nd-4th placed teams will also join the team in EMEA Invitational.


Free Fire Arab League Season 4: MCES Africa’s road to victory

The tournament was divided into three parts. The league stage was held for six weeks and the top team from each of the six groups qualified for the finals directly. From a 12 team-based playoff, half of them qualified for the finals.

MCES Africa points table in Free Fire Arab League Season 4
MCES Africa points table in Free Fire Arab League Season 4

In the one-day final, 6 matches were held across different maps of Free Fire. Team Shift won two Booyah in the first and the last matches. The champion team made Booyah once in the fourth game. However, showing great consistency, MCES Africa gathered a total of 79 points, a clear 19 points lead from the runner-up Nakazaki E-sport.

MCES Africa’s roster of champions

MCES Africa announced their new lineup last August where four new players joined the team with two from the former. With six players and a coach, the team is as follows.

  • ALI-YT
  • PUSHIN
  • ZIZOX
  • ABDOU 007
  • KYO     
  • DOWLY
  • MACRO (Coach)

Free Fire Arab League Season 4: Prize pool

From a total of $54,400, all the teams took a decent share according to their position after the grand finals. MCES Africa was awarded $16,500 as the champions of the Free Fire Arab League. $8,000 and $4,000 were taken by runner-up Nakazaki E-sport, and third-placed team Shift respectively. The last team of the top four, Na9aba Esports, pocketed another $3,000.

The next target for the team is now EMEA Invitational 2021. Teams from three regions namely CIS, Europe, and MENA will fight each other. The tournament will start next month.

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