The Free Fire World Series 2022 finals concluded today on May 21, as scheduled, and Attack All Around AAA won the championship following a fantastic voyage from the play-ins to the grand finals.
The FFWS is one of the largest international Free Fire esports events, with the world’s finest teams competing for the championship. It was a LAN event, and it was streamed in every available regional language on Free Fire’s official YouTube channel. Garena, like many other events, offered a set of incentives based on live watching targets. The finals included 12 teams from play-ins or invited slots.
Free Fire World Series FFWS 2022 finals Winners team: Attack All Around (AAA)
The champions of the eight major regional tournaments across the world qualified for the FFWS 2022 finals. Apart from that, the four teams qualified for the finals after competing in the Play-ins. On three separate maps, Bermuda, Kalahari, and Purgatory, a total of six matches were played.
Starting in the first match, AAA demonstrated superior performance to the other teams by securing kill points while keeping position points. Attack All Around took second place after scoring 19 points in the first match.
Furthermore, the team maintained a high level of consistency throughout the six matches, scoring 42 kill points overall and 92 points at the AAA table. The team EVOS PHOENIX, on the other hand, had bad luck, since the winning team in the FFWS 2022 was just one point ahead of them. Evos Phoenix’s recent match was their poorest, and the changing game for Attack All Around.
Who is the MVP in FFWS 2022 finals?
AAA.JLX of the Attack All Around team was named MVP of the FFWS 2022 Sentosa Grand Finals. His incredible rushing abilities and teamwork empower Attack All Around to win this championship.
Prize pool distribution
The total prize pool is $2 million, which will be split among the 12 teams. The winning team in FFWS 2022 will collect a whopping $500,000, while the runners-up will receive $250,000 and the third and fourth teams will receive $100,000.Teams in fifth and sixth place will receive $90,000, while teams in seventh and eighth place will receive $80,000. Finally, the ninth and tenth-placed teams will earn $70,000, whereas the lowest two teams receive $60,000.
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