Free Fire City Open 2021 has nearly come to an end, with the national finals scheduled to take place this Sunday, August 15. The top 12 best squads in India will compete for the title of National Champion and ₹60 lakhs in prize money. In this article, we are going to list out everything you need to know about the upcoming Free Fire City Open National Finals, and the top 3 contenders for the title.

Top 3 teams to watch out for in FFCO National Finals

Team Elite (Lucknow Tigers)

Team Elite has been on a roll as of late. While they only placed 3rd in the Lucknow regional finals and missed the direct ticket to the event, their rounds during the play-ins and play-ins finals were exemplary.

In the FFCO Play-Ins finals, Team Elite crushed everyone in the first three matches by taking three booyahs in a row. They finished with a whopping 56 kills and 121 points. Elite Iconic became the MVP of the Finals, with 21 kills and a whopping 10324 damage. 5 digits records are super rare in Free Fire tournaments.

Play-Ins Finals Recap
Iconic managed to get the rare 5-digit damage count.

Galaxy Racer x 4 Unknown (Mumbai Strikers)

Two popular Free Fire squads, GXR and 4 Unknown, have done a surprise collaboration for Free Fire City Open 2021. The team pretty much merged, with Swastik and Anand from 4 Unknown joining Maryx and Golden from GXR. They merged their team names and play as one in the Mumbai Finals.

The MVP of this tournament is Swastik from 4UN GXR, who is responsible for 15/41 kills of the team and inflicting a whopping 8277 damage. This is 3k damage more than the second spot, Anand, who is also from 4XR.

Swastik deals an incredible amount of damage in the match.

Captains (Hyderabad Nawabs)

Captains is also one of the teams that completely dominated their regional finals. In the Hyderabad Finals, they won four out of six booyahs and took a whopping 84 kills. Their final result is 146 points, more than double that of the runner-up squad.  Captains Nivesh was the MVP of the Finals, with a record-breaking 15.5k damage total and 34 kills. This is amongst the biggest amount of damage that a single player has dealt in a Free Fire tournament.

The team also secured fifth place at the Free Fire Pro League 2021. Afterward, a popular esports organization, Blind Esports, acquired Captain's roster.

MVP Standings
It is not a surprise that all 4 members of team Captains got into the MVP Standings.

Free Fire City Open National Finals schedule & all teams

The grand finals of FFCO this Sunday will be broadcasted on Facebook, Free Fire Esports India's official YouTube channel, and the Booyah App. Below are the 12 squads who are going to participate in the finals:

  1. Team OP (Delhi Champions)
  2. Last Hope (Vizag Champion)
  3. Galaxy Racer - 4 Unknown (Mumbai Champion)
  4. Ankush Free Fire Esports (Lucknow Champions)
  5. Jalikattu Tamilnadu (Chennai Champions)
  6. Head Hunters (Kolkata Champions)
  7. Captains (Hyderabad Champions)
  8. Zero Degree (Ahmedabad Champions)
  9. Pro Nation (Wildcard Finals)
  10. Titanium Army (Wildcard Finals)
  11. Team Elite (City Play-ins Finals champion)
  12. Raven Esports (City Play-ins Finals runners-up)

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