Free Fire Continental Series is one of the biggest events in Free Fire esports ecosystem and the FFCS Asia Finals concluded with a big upset and a shocking result for the entire Free Fire fanbase. This tournament was the pinnacle of Free Fire esports for Asian region in 2020 as the World Series was cancelled due to prevailing pandemic. After a day full of cliffhangers till the end, EXP esports did the unthinkable and snatched the winning title from the grasp of KOG Club and won the tournament with a single point lead.
This event was among the best Free Fire tournaments that took place till date and in a series of six matches, the teams fought teeth to teeth till the very end. EXP Esports and RRQ Hades were competing alongside KOG Club for the victory and at the very end, a single match turned the tables upside down.
Free Fire Continental Series Asia Finals was a gathering for the Asian powerhouses where seven teams gained the seeding slots by winning their regional tournaments and five teams were qualified on the basis of FFCS Asia Play-ins. KOG Club was dominant since the play-in stages as they qualified for the finals by sitting on the top spot. This domination continued but EXP Esports and RRQ Hades were ready for KOG and they retaliated and as a result, the tournament took an interesting turn.
A total of six matches were played on three Free Fire maps named Bermuda, Purgatory and Kalahari. In the first half of this tournament, only RRQ Hades managed to grab a win but EXP esports gained the top spot due to their consistent gameplay. EXP won the fourth match and at the end of fifth game, KOG was at the top.
The last match was of utmost importance for all the teams at the top as each and every point gained or lost could make a vast difference. EXP and KOG had to do their best at this point but unfortunately KOG took an early exit and an exceptional performance by EXP Esports took them to the top spot with a single point lead.
FFCS Asia Grand Finals Overall Standings:
After a long rollercoaster ride of six matches, EXP Esports emerged victorious as the FFCS Asia Champions closely followed by KOG Club at the second spot and RRQ Hades at the third spot. The rest of the points table is as follows:
FFCS Asia Prize pool distribution
A total of $300,000 were up for grab where the lion’s share of this prize pool was won by EXP Esports and the rest of the teams got smaller chunks in the descending order. The prize pool will be distributed as follows:
EXP Esports took the trophy home alongside a whopping sum of $80,000 and the bragging rights of being the Free Fire Continental Series Asia champions and hence becoming the best Free Fire team in Asia right now.
Which country does EXP Esports belong to?
EXP Esports belongs to Thailand and represents the Southeast Asian region. The team was formerly known of EXP.Xpension and this roster was signed by Boom Esports for a while. The team later rebranded under the name of EXP Esports and has won two major tournaments till date. They won Free Fire Pro League Thailand Season 1 – Regular Season under the name of EXP.Xpension and now emerged victorious in the FFCS Asia Finals 2020.