Free Fire World Cup 2022 final: all qualified teams and prizes revealed
Of the total prize pool of US$ 2 million, the winner will take home US$ 500,000, around 2.5 million reais
The 2022 Free Fire World Cup Grand Final is scheduled to take place on May 21 in Sentosa, Singapore, and the final event will be held in person. The final features the top 12 teams in the world competing in six drops for a global trophy and grand prize.
Last year, Phoenix Force (now Evos Phoenix) faced no resistance in taking home the trophy. This time they are coming back with the same squad, but other teams have caught up as well. LOUD , who lost the trophy in 2021, will try once again to win it.
In addition, Echo Esports and Brazilian powerhouse Vivo Keyd will also attempt the unprecedented title. Vietnamese teams have always performed well and high expectations surround them this time as well.
On the other hand, Evos Divine is also one of the best Free Fire teams in the world. The team has won several major and minor tournaments in Indonesia and will be looking to win their first global event.
Teams classified for the Free Fire World Cup Grand Finals
1. LOUD (Brazil)
2. Vivo Keyd (Brazil)
3. Evos Pheonix (Thailand)
4. All-Around Attack (Thailand)
5. Evos Divine (Indonesia)
6. Echo Esports (Indonesia)
7. Team Flash (Vietnam)
8. V Gaming (Vietnam)
9. Vast Command (Portugal)
10. Mineros Esports (Argentina)
11. WASK (Morocco)
12. Farang (Malaysia)
Of the US$ 2 million prize pool, the winner will take home US$ 500,000, about 2.5 million reais . Second place will receive $250k, while third and fourth place will receive an equal prize pool of $100k each.
Fifth and sixth places will take home $90,000, while seventh and eighth places will receive $80,000. Finally, the ninth and tenth teams will be rewarded with US$70,000, while the last two teams will receive US$60,000 each.
In addition, teams that participated in the Play-ins and failed to qualify in the finals also receive a share of the prize. Ignis Esports, LGDS and All-Star eSports were awarded $50k, while House of Blood, Todak and Feugo took home $40,000.
Fans will be able to follow, live, all the battles of FFWS 2022 Sentosa. In Brazil, the event will be broadcast at 10 am (Brasilia time) on open TV by RedeTV! and on TV closed by SPACE, in addition to the official esports channels of Free Fire on YouTube and BOOYAH! .