After a short Christmas break the SEA Fire Championship is back with Group D’s Valorant matches kicking off. FFQ took on XTZ Esports and secured a 2-1 win. Attack All Around went up against TUBEPLE and won 2-0 as well. FFQ and AAA are currently tied at the top of the Group D leaderboard.
SEA Fire Championship 2020 Day 10 Results
FFQ vs XTZ Esports (2-1)
FFQ beat XTZ Esports on Bind and Split and lost on Ascent. They have secured 3 points and are currently second on the leaderboard.
AAA vs TUBEPLE (2-1)
AAA beat TUBEPLE 2-1 on Haven and Ascent and lost on Icebox. The team secured three points and have a +4 score advantage, putting them on the top of the Group D leaderboard.
TUBEPLE and XTZ will be looking to secure wins tomorrow to stay in the competition, while AAA and FFQ will be looking forward to securing their spots in the quarterfinals. The upper bracket quarterfinals will begin on January 7th. Group A’s matches have concluded, with Bren Esports and X10 securing their places in the next round. Group B’s NongWaen and Team SMG will be heading to the quarterfinals while SHiFT and ahq have made it from Group C. The quarterfinals will have two brackets for qualification, which will conclude on January 11th.
SEA Fire Championship 2020 Overview
The SEA Fire Championship 2020 is a Valorant tournament hosted by eFire League in partnership with Zack Solutions as the primary sponsor. The Group Stage is ongoing and will last until December 28th, after which we will see two teams from each group of four qualify. All matches in the group stage are BO3, and the qualifying teams will head to the playoffs, which take place between January 7th and 14th next year. The SEA Fire Championship 2020 Grand Finals will be a BO5 match with a one-map advantage being given to the upper bracket team.