SEA Fire Championship: Bren Esports and ahq Qualify to Semis

Abhimannu Das
9/Jan/2021 05:47 am

The SEA Fire Championship has resumed with the upper bracket qualifiers deciding our final four teams.
Bren Esports took on Araikordai and won 2-0 at the upper bracket qualifications.
ahq e-Sports Club moved on to the next round due to a forfeit by Team SMG.

The SEA Fire Championship is back with the final eight Valorant teams competing for qualification. The upper bracket spots are now sealed with Bren Esports and ahq-Esports Club securing qualification to the next round. The winners from today will be facing off against each other on January 10th while the losers will compete for a lower bracket qualification to stay in the competition. 

Bren Esports vs Araikordai (2-0)

Bren Esports took on Arakordai and won 13-6 on Haven and 13-6 on Bind. The team will be facing off against ahq in the upper bracket semifinals. 

ahq e-Sports Club vs Team SMG (2-0 FF) 

Team SMG did not compete with led to ahq qualifying to the next round due to the forfeit. If Team SMG does not compete in the next match, they will be knocked out of the tournament. 

TUBEPLE and NongWaen will be facing off in the lower bracket while Team SMG will be taking on Araikordai. Araikordai was given a direct qualification with the previous quarterfinalist team quitting the tournament. 

SEA Fire Championship 2020 Overview

The SEA Fire Championship 2020 is a tournament hosted by eFire League in partnership with Zack Solutions as the main sponsor. The playoffs stage is ongoing and will last until January 14th, which is when the top two teams will compete against each other. The playoffs are taking place between the upper bracket and lower bracket teams 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.

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Abhimannu Das is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He is covering content on esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more. He also writes opinion pieces, cover stories and conducts interviews with esports professionals.