After an intense week-long Free Fire action of the highest standards in India, we finally have a victorious team. XTZ Esports has topped the leaderboards of the Esportz Invitational Series with 614 points. They also won the lion’s share of the INR 1,50,000 prize pool, winning INR 70,000. On the other hand, we have Fufoo Esports coming second with 522 points who walked away with INR 40,000, and GZ Army at the third spot with 517 points walking away with INR 25,000. Fan favourites TSG Army and Total Gaming came fourth and fifth with 491 and 479 points respectively.
XTZ Esports’ 5-player roster includes the likes of Mr. Jay, Illuminati, Indro, Ginotra and Nivesh. This also marks XTZ Esports’ 3rd first-place finish at a reputed tournament, the previous two being the Trination Championship 2020 and the BOOYAH! Cup Invitational (which they interestingly won without a single BOOYAH). XTZ Esports is an emerging name in the Free Fire competitive scene who are sure to turn many heads with their performance in this tournament. On the other hand, Total Gaming who recently won FFIC 2020 will have to return to the drawing board for some re-strategizing.
About XTZ Esports
XTZ Esports is an Indian-based esports organisation who are looking to make deep inroads into the content, competitive, and physical (LAN) side of the scene. They have an active content creation team that regularly puts out videos on their YouTube channel. They also conduct scrims for Standoff 2 and tournaments such as the XTREME Free Fire Championship. Recently, they signed a VALORANT roster with familiar faces such as Simar ‘psy’ Sethi and Tejas ‘Rexy’ Kotian. This new Free Fire victory at a premier esports tournament certainly is going to make heads turn towards XTZ Esports.
About Esportz Invitational Series
‘The Esportz Invitational Series’ is an Esportz.in venture into the Indian Free Fire competitive circuit. It was their debut tournament which had an impressive prize pool of INR 1,50,000 that played out from 30th November to 6th December. The winnings will be divided among the top three teams and a tournament MVP. 3 games were played each day from Monday to Thursday while 5 games played out on Friday and Sunday. All the games were livestreamed on the official Esportz.in YouTube channel.