Mafia Esports and Group NBA completed as the very first and 2nd runner-ups

GoodGame1’s Free Fire Weekend Wars 2.0 concluded on Sunday, 20th December 2020. After 2 days of extreme action and thrilling games that saw twelve of India’s finest Complimentary Fire squads contending for the champions title, the winner was ultimately revealed.

Team Elite were deserving of all the appreciation and won the champion with 235 points in total and 138 kill points. They took home the winner’s prize of 1,00,000 INR. Although they had just 97 placement points, it was the kill points that truly made the distinction and secured an extremely outstanding victory.

Following them at 2nd location was Mafia Esports with 226 points in total and 94 kill points. They fought valiantly and took home the second-placed reward of 50,000 INR. In 3rd place was Team NBA, who secured 220 points in overall and 104 kill points. They bagged the third-placed prize of 30,000 INR.

Killer FF from Team Elite, who secured 23 Kills under his belt and certainly the star of the program, was stated the MVP of the tournament. He won the MVP’s prize of 20,000 INR.

Good Game1 had likewise welcomed some distinguished guests from the Indian gaming community prior to the matches began for two incredibly exciting days. On the first day, the host Zerxes Wadia was joined by popular Esports company TSM Entity’s supervisor Sid Joshi and popular streamer Shagufta “Xyaa” Iqbal. On the 2nd day, popular YouTubers Aura Gaming and Ankitta C likewise made a look on the show.

The GG1 Free Fire Weekend Wars 2.0 started on 19th December 2020. The competition was kept in a B012 format with six matches every day played on the many maps of Free Fire; which consisted of Bermuda, Kalahari, and Purgatory.

The tournament, which began on 8th December 2020, was a resounding success. It will help popularize esports, Free Fire and invite greater competition in India. There is still some method to go however with such prizes available, the indications are looking great.

The competition also included various other major titles; such as Valorant, Fortnite, COD Mobile, Rainbow 6 Seige, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO). The competition, as a whole, had a total prize-pool of 11.5 Lakh INR.