After some nail-biting and thrilling moments, the Indian leg of the grand finale of the inaugural edition of South East Asia’s tri-nation esports tournament, World Esports Cup (WEC ’21) came to a fitting end. Top teams, like Arrow Esports, Chemin Esports, Total Gaming, and Orangutan Elite secured berths in the Global Finals and are all set to clash against the best teams from Pakistan and Nepal. The championship which went live on 25th November 2021, is in its last leg with the grand finale of the mega event to be held between 10th – 14th January 2022.
In the India finals, which saw high-voltage competition between India’s top esports teams as Arrow Esports, Chemin Esports, Total Gaming, and Orangutan Elite managed to make the final cut and earn themselves an opportunity to represent the country at the global stage. Team SoloMid (TSM FTX), Blackflag Army, Aura Gaming, Stone Crushers, Desi gamers, TG Tycoon, Helping Gamers, and UG Empire who posted a strong competition and despite impressing everyone couldn’t manage to secure a place for the final showdown. Action from India finals received massive response among the fans as two-day live streaming saw record-breaking one million-plus views – 6 Lakh on the first day while 4 Lakh on the second.
We’ve got some of the most recognized free fire teams from across India, Pakistan, and Nepal through the tournament and it’s heartening to see that the best and the most skilled ones will be taking on each other. With Indian and Pakistan clashes along with the teams from Nepal on the card, we promise an edge-of-the-seat thriller as you watch the global finals. I congratulate each team who made it to the grand finale and I wish each of them the best of luck for the final showdown. I personally look forward to the epic clash of India vs Pakistan in this last leg,” said Vishwalok Nath, Director, World Esports Cup.
The Teams representing Pakistan and Nepal who will be clashing with the Indian heroes are for the title of WEC 2021 are:
Team Pakistan – Team Hotshot, The Guardians, Five mutants and Legend Style ES
Team Nepal – 2b Gamer, Tonde Gamer, Dada Gang and KM Brotherhood
Team Arrow Esports, with players like Afzal Khalid, Roshan Singh, Sanchayan Das, Abdullah Khalid, Divyanshu Singh, and Prableen Singh in their team, topped the India finals with the most points, 158, (Rank point – 93 and Kill point – 65). Team Chemin Esports, comprising top gamers like Swastik Madhukar, Anil Vadher, Prakash Vaghela, Jogesh Pandey, and Anand Madhukar, secured the second position with 154 points (Rank point – 91 and Kill point – 63). Ajay Sharma-led five-member Team Total Gaming, comprising gamers like Hora Vetkumar, Narai Yadav, Daksh Garg, and Rohit Sarraf (sub) grabbed the third position with 122 points (Rank point – 64 and Kill point – 58). Team Orangutan Elite, with Dev Kumar, Rohit Sahu, Lokesh Karakoti, Aditya Singh, and Ajay Saini in their roster, joined the top three in the fourth position with 113 points (Rank point – 67 and Kill point – 46).
The inaugural edition of the WEC, which has smartphone maker Infinix Smartphones as the title sponsor, also has a whopping prize pool of ₹75 Lakh and the tournament is played virtually and will be streamed live on India Today Gaming YouTube channel along with the Facebook handles of India Today, and Aaj Tak giving fans across India, Pakistan, and Nepal an opportunity to witness a breathtaking action from the tournament and watch their favourite players and teams battle it out for one last time in a popular battle royale game, Free Fire.
Donna Amo is a writer at Gutshot Magazine. She is a graduate from Sophia College of Women, Mumbai with a degree in English Literature. When this October born foodie is not writing content or poetry, she spends her time laughing at memes or watching series. Based out of Mizoram, she is drawn to all things nature and has a soft spot for puppies.
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