The Grand Finals of FFWS 2021, the biggest tournament in the world, has just ended. Phoenix Force from Thailand has become the champion of Free Fire World Series this year. Aside from the title of Champion and The best Free Fire squad in the world, they also get the lion's share of the prize money: $500k (3.6 crore INR).

Phoenix Force
Phoenix Force has become the world champion of Free Fire

In this article, we are going to list out everything you need to know about this event and the Free Fire World Series 2021 winner - Team Phoenix Force.

About the FFWS finals

FFWS 2021 is the biggest global event for Free Fire this year, with a prize pool of 2 million dollars and hosted at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. The top 12 squads from all around the world fight it out over 6 matches spread across 3 maps.

Team Phoenix Force
Team Phoenix Force receiving the cup at FFWS 2021

Some South Asian teams including all Indian teams were not able to make it to this tournament due to the country's covid issues. This is a shame, as Indian teams are favored to be in the top half of the leaderboard.

Free Fire World Series 2021 Winner, Phoenix Force

Who is Phoenix Force?

Phoenix Force is actually EVOS Esports TH, a Thai branch of the EVOS Esports, a South East Asia gaming organization based in Indonesia. The team also compete in several other placeholder names due to EVOS Esports ID also qualified in the same event.

The Roster of Phoenix Force
The Roster of Phoenix Force

Per the conflict of interest rule, only one team can be represented with EVOS branding on a single event. During the Continental Series, they are known as EV Thailand.

Who are the members of team Phoenix Force?

All members of Phoenix Force are from Thailand. Here are their Free Fire IDs, real names and the join date for your information.

IGN Real Name Join date
Lukz Bunyarit Phowan 2020-02-04
D_Long Wattipong Ngarmrod 2020-02-13
Rambo (Captain) Kitsawin Chanawong 2020-04-01
TheCruz Piyapon Boonchuay 2020-08-26
JOENA Chirasak Moonsarn 2020-08-26
THEGET Unknown 2021-01-13
Namo (Coach) Unknown 2021-04-29

What are the notable achievements of Phoenix Force?

Before becoming the Free Fire World Series 2021 Winner, Phoenix Force as a team has won the two latest Major Free Fire Pro League Thailand (season 3 and 4), with a runner-up finish in season 2. In last year's Continental series, their performances were also exemplary, with a fifth-place finish. Phoenix Force's lifetime total earnings are $678,561.

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Details about the final matches

Overall, the whole thing was dominated by team Phoenix Force, from start to finish. These guys have shown outstanding performance, with 4 Booyahs out of 6 matches played. Their final point results are 48 kills and 113 points, which is pretty much 8 kills per match.

Final Standings of FFWS 2021
Final Standings of FFWS 2021

LOUD, the runner-up, finished the tournament with 39 frags and 77 points, with Silence close behind at 31 kills and 73 points. Team Fluxo was the 4th with only 59 points.

Out of the 6 matches. Phoenix Force won the first 3 and the last match, the sixth, on Kalahari. They are also on the top 3 elimination in the match that they didn't win. Team HQ Esports clutched it out on the fourth and fifth map, with only a total of 3 kills for both booyahs.

The Cruz
The MVP of the tournament is Cruz from Phoenix with 23 frags to his name.

For more details about Phoenix Force's performance during the matches, check out the video below for the highlights.

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FFWS 2021 prize distributions

Teams that can't attend the tournament still get some of the prize money as consolation. The winner of FFWS 2021 receives the biggest prize of $500,000.

Prize money distribution
Prize money distribution in FFWS 2021 - even the play-ins teams get some of the pot
  • 1st place: Phoenix Force - $500,000
  • 2nd place:  LOUD - $250,000
  • 3rd place:  Silence - $100,000
  • 4th place:  Fluxo - $100,000
  • 5th place:  HQ Esports -$90,000
  • 6th place: Burst The Sky -$90,000
  • 7th place: Team Aze -$80,000
  • 8th place: EVOS Divine -$80,000
  • 9th place: Geek Fam -$70,000
  • 10th place: VIP Esports -$70,000
  • 11th place: First Raiders Bravo -$60,000
  • 12th place: LGDS -$60,000

Tournament Viewership

The Free Fire World Series Finals has a peak of over 5.4 million viewers in the first round of the tournament. It then averages out to about 2 million in later rounds. The highest peak viewership is strangely the Hindi Stream, despite India having no teams playing in the competition due to Covid travel bans. There where almost 2 million Indian fans tuned in for the first round of the tournament.

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