TEAM CORINTHIANS WINS FREE FIRE WORLD SERIES 2019

RECORD 2 MILLION PEAK CONCURRENT VIEWERS, GARENA CONFIRMS INDONESIA FOR 2020




In an intense and arduous battle, Team Corinthians captured the 2019 Free Fire World Series, held this weekend at the Bara Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro, defeating Russian team Sorabaya ChR. Thailand's lights took third place.



The Brazilian team Corinthians gave the top cash prize of $ 200,000 with 2300 points overall to 11 other teams from North America, Latin America (South and North), Russia, Southeast Asia, India and MENA. The path to the champions was not easy for the team Corinthians as they were trailing Russian team Sorabaya ChR in the 7th round. The Corinthians returned to win the Free Fire World Series 2019 in the final round.



Here is the complete scoreboard of the final of the Free Fire World Series 2019:
  • Samurai Team (490 pts)


According to Esports Charts, the Free Fire World Series 2019 attracted over 2 million peak concurrent views online, a world record high for mobile esports tournaments. In total, the World Series saw more than 100 million online views worldwide.



The biggest free-fire event of the year, the World Series tournament brought together 12 teams that earned the number one seed from the regional league for a total prize pool of $ 400,000. Brazilian top DJ and record producer Alok, Brazilian star Mano Brown and MC Jotapé opened the event with a special performance. As the first resident DJ of Free Fire, Alok performed the recently released Wale Wale.



Garena also confirmed that the Free Fire World Series 2020 will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia - bringing the heart of the action to South-East Asia.



Stay tuned for more exciting news and updates!