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Vasto Mundo declared the champion of Free Fire Europe Pro League Season 3

The team qualified for EMEA Invitational

The grand final of Free Fire Europe Pro League Season 3 ended after some amazing battles among the teams, with Vasto Mundo being declared as the champion. The champion team claimed the title by getting three BOOYAHs, which makes a sweeping victory for them. They lifted the trophy by accumulating 116 points total, 41 points ahead of the runner-up Grow Up Esports.

Free Fire Europe Pro League Season 3: Vasto Mundo’s road to victory

The final started with runner-up Grow Up Esports taking a BOOYAH. Vasto took the next one and come back in the game. The third-placed team vaiXourar secured three BOOYAHs consecutively. But they couldn’t rank at first for being inconsistent. On the other hand, the champion team, though, took two BOOYAHs, they were dominating in all the six matches. Taking a total of 60 kills is nearly double than the runner-up, they became the champion.

Free Fire Europe Pro League Season 3 champion
Free Fire Europe Pro League Season 3 final scores

Besides the champion title and the massive amount, Vasto Mundo qualified for the upcoming regional final of the esports event, the EMEA Invitational 2021. The other top three teams, excluding the champion, will also join the event. The 2nd-6th placed teams received the ticket to the next season of EUPL.

Prize Pool

The prize pool of the Europe Pro League is relatively lower than the other regional qualifiers. Being the champion, Vasto Mundo has got a share of €6,700 ($7,800). Moreover, the runner-up team, Grow Up Esports, got €3,000 ($3,500), and the third-placed team, vaiXourar has taken €2,300 ($2,700) home.

Also, both Lucka04 and Crushr09 from Vasto Mundo won €500 each for being the MVP finals and Most Kills Finals respectively. This shows the dominant face of the team.

Final Thoughts

Before the finals, the event started on October 16, featuring a decent €25,000 ($29,000) prize pool. Organized by Garena, the online event hosted 20 teams. The two-days long event concluded on October 17.

Now, Vasto Mundo will represent their respective region on the next regional stage after winning Free Fire Europe Pro League Season 3. Besides Europe, this year’s tournament also has the presence of teams from CIS and MENA. Four teams each from these three regions will fight for a whopping $200,000. The event will start in November.

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