Top 5 Free Fire Pro League Summer 2021 Grand Finals Teams to Watch

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The summer of the Free Fire Pro League 2021 is coming to an end, with the finals planned for July 18th. The best 12 teams in the country will compete for the title, as well as a prize pool of 35 lakh INR. Let’s have a look at the main contenders for the title before the finals.

The following are the top five teams to keep an eye on in the Free Fire Pro League 2021 Finals:

5. TSM-FTX:-

TSM, an international corporation, entered the Indian free fire market last month by acquiring Sixth Sense. Sixth Sense had previously been crowned Free Fire Tri-Series 2021 champions. The team also did well in the FFPL 2021 group rounds, finishing third. Given their 10-point edge, it will be intriguing to see how the roster performs in the grand finals.

4. Total Gaming Esports:-

Total Gaming Esports, owned by Total Gaming, India’s largest gaming YouTuber, is one of the most popular Free Fire teams in the country. The team was victorious in the Free Fire India Championship 2020 Fall. While they made a great start to the year by winning the Free Fire Titan Invitational Clash Squad, things quickly went awry. Despite this, they can never be written off due to their extensive international exposure.

3. Galaxy Racer Esports:-

Galaxy Racer performed poorly in the group stages of the FFPL 2021. However, they cannot be dismissed because of a few bad days. Vasiyo’s team won the first major 2021 competition, the Free Fire India Championship spring, and can make a comeback at any point in the finals.

2. Team Elite:-

Squad Elite has been the most consistent team in 2021. In the first half of 2021, they had four podium finishes.

Although they have yet to win a major championship, this could change shortly. The squad won the group stages by more than 100 points and now leads the finals by 14 points. All eyes will be on top player Pahadi and how he performs under pressure.

1. 4 Unknown:-

4-Unknown is a team that has climbed up the rankings in the last 10 months. While they began 2021 with a bang by winning the Titan Invitational, they were disqualified from the FFIC 2021.

The team, on the other hand, proved their mettle by winning the Qualcomm Free Fire Open. They also won first place at the FFCO Mumbai. With the help of 5 Booyahs, the team finished second in the FFPL 2021 Group stages and will have a 12-point edge moving into the finals.




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