Free Fire Asia Championship (FFAC) Play-ins Details Officially Revealed

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Free Fire Asia Championship (FFAC) Play-ins Details Officially Revealed

John Dave Rossel
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Garena has officially announced the Free Fire Asia Championship (FFAC) Play-ins which is scheduled to start on 20th Nov 2021.
With only five remaining slots left, the pressure is on as 24 remaining teams will be competing to secure a ticket to the grand finals.
Seven local Free Fire teams who won their respective region’s championship events have secured their slot in the grand finals.

Garena has officially announced the Free Fire Asia Championship (FFAC) Play-ins which is scheduled to start on 20th Nov 2021. Seven local Free Fire teams who won their respective region’s championship events have secured their slot in the grand finals. With only five remaining slots left, the pressure is on as 24 remaining teams will be competing to secure a ticket to the grand finals. In the FFAC Play-ins, the teams will be divided equally into 2 groups with 12 teams each. Each group will have to play a total of six matches to determine who will proceed to the next phase of the FFAC Play-ins.

FFAC 2021 Play-ins Details

One of the most prestigious Free Fire esports events in Asia, the FFAC 2021 is nearing its play-ins as it is scheduled to kick off on 20th November leading to the grand finale on 28th Nov 2021.

The 24 participating teams will be divided into two groups. Each group will play a total of 6 matches with the top 2 teams from each Play-ins group, A and B, advance to the FFAC 2021 grand finals. The final slot for the grand finals will be given to the team that is below the top 2 teams but has acquired the highest number of points in the play-ins.

Group distributions for the play-ins.

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FFAC 2021 Play-ins team distribution

Here is a list of the teams and their respective groups:

Group A

  • SES Alfaink

  • HQ Esports

  • Desi Gamers Esports

  • DG Esports

  • SUPREME ASSAULT FORCES

  • No Chance

  • EPIC

  • SYZYGY

  • God Of Wolf

  • KING OF GAMER CLUB

  • Five Mutants

  • No.1 King

Group B

  • EVOS PHOENIX FORCE

  • GPX

  • The Pillars Gladius

  • Box Gaming

  • Do Easy

  • House Of Blood

  • PVS Gaming Esports

  • Total Gaming Esports

  • 4X MEN XPERT

  • CGGG

  • HEAVY

  • Original Player

The FFAC 2021 Play-ins format.

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FFAC 2021 Play-ins direct invites

The seven teams who secured their championship title in their respective local championships will be seeded in the grand finals. Here is the list of the teams proceeding straight to the grand finals of the FFAC 2021.

  • Vietnam: Burst The Sky

  • Indonesia: EVOS Divine

  • Thailand: eArena

  • Taiwan: LGDS

  • Malaysia, Cambodia, Philippines (MCP): Blacklist International

  • India: Team Elite

  • Pakistan: Hotshot Esports

Where to watch the FFAC 2021 Play-ins

Fans can tune in to the live broadcast of the esports event by heading to the official YouTube channel of Free Fire.

It will be interesting to see which teams will be able to book their tickets to the FFAC 2021 Grand Finals.

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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.