The final Play-Ins round of FFCO has finally concluded, with Team Elite and Raven Esports gaining the last tickets to the FFCO National Finals. It is scheduled for Sunday, August 15, with the best Free Fire squads fight for the title of champion... and a massive prize pool of 60,00,000 INR.

the massive prize pool
The massive prize pool of FFCO

In this article, we are going to list out everything you need to know about the Free Fire City Open National Finals 2021. Garena has been conducting FFCO with very strict monitoring. A lot of teams, including the well-known Total Gaming, have been disqualified for breaking the rules.

12 Squads qualified for FFCO National 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)

Amongst the teams qualified, Team Elite who dominated the previous city play-ins finals will be one of the prime candidates. Amongst the others, 4UN-GXR, AFF Esports and Captains stand out. However, this is a tournament with the best squads all over the country - each of them is a champion in their own region.

FFCO National Finals
FFCO National Finals Tournament Format

Therefore, anything could happen - even underdogs like Pro Nation and Team OP can take anyone by surprise.

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Format of Free Fire City Open 2021 National Finals

The prize pool of this tournament is one of the biggest yet, with all 12 teams dividing between each other ₹60 lakhs. The Champion is going to get the lion's share of the prize money, ₹15 lakh, the 2nd and 3rd place will get ₹7.5 lakh and ₹5 lakh... going down to the 16th. This is on top of the previous qualification rounds (city, wildcard, play-ins) - each of them has a prize pool of ₹2 lakhs.

  • 1st Place (Winners) - ₹15,00,000
  • 2nd Place (1st Runner-up) - ₹7,50,000
  • 3rd Place (2nd Runner-up) - ₹5,00,000
  • 4th Place - ₹3,00,000
  • 5th Place - ₹2,00,000
  • 6th Place - ₹2,00,000
  • 7th Place - ₹1,50,000
  • 8th Place - ₹1,50,000
  • 9th Place - ₹1,00,000
  • 10th Place - ₹1,00,000
  • 11th Place - ₹50,000
  • 12th Place - ₹50,000
  • Top Kills (Team) - ₹100,000
  • MVP - ₹50,000

The grand finals of FFCO will be broadcasted on Facebook, Free Fire Esports India's official YouTube channel, and the Booyah App.

Free Fire City Open Play-Ins Finals Recap

In the FFCO Play-Ins 2 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. Raven Esports, the runner up, scored only 27 kills and 73 points.

Play-Ins Finals Recap
Play-Ins Finals Recap: Final Standings

With 66 points each, Team Revolution and Assassin Clutchgods placed third and fourth, respectively.

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, and with the 2nd and 3rd spots also belong to Team Elite, it is safe to say they are leagues ahead of other competitors.

Play-Ins Finals Recap
Play-Ins Finals Recap: MVP Standings

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