Thai team Attack All Around crowned world champions at the Free Fire World Series (FFWS) 2022 Sentosa
FFWS 2022 Sentosa saw a fierce battle between 11 regions, which culminated with 2 Thai teams, Attack All Around and EVOS Phoenix, taking the top spot and first runner up spot.
Attack All Around from Thailand emerged as world champions after putting up a tough fight against 11 other teams in the Finals.
JLX of Attack All Around was awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP) with 14 kills.
After two weekends of intense competition, Attack All Around from Thailand was crowned champion at the Free Fire World Series (FFWS) 2022 Sentosa Finals yesterday. The team took home the World Series title and US$500,000 in prize money after racking 42 kills and 1 Booyah, which landed them 92 points. Attack All Around's victory marks a second consecutive World Series victory for Thailand after Team EVOS Phoenix, previously known as Phoenix Force, emerged victorious at the FFWS 2021 Singapore last year.
The FFWS 2022 Sentosa saw one of the tightest matches against last year's World Series champions, EVOS Phoenix from Thailand, closing in at second place with 91 points, and third-placed Vastomundo from the Europe Pro League finishing off with 75 points.
Battle of the Thai teams: Attack All Around and EVOS Phoenix
Pressure ran high for both the Thai teams with EVOS Phoenix initially leading up until the fifth match. The sixth match proved to be the game-changer, leading to changes in rankings and the slim victory of Attack All Around. The winning team clinched their first Booyah! in the fourth match.
Underdogs of the FFWS 2022 Sentosa Finals - Attack All Around took home the crown and US$500,000 prize money with a massive 92 points
The Thai team Attack All Around emerged as the true underdogs of this year's World Series, having to play their way into the Finals through the Play-ins last week. JLX of the winning team was also named Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the FFWS 2022 Sentosa with his formidable performance of 14 kills in the bag.
All of the matches were broadcast live. To replay any of the high-octane action, head over to Free Fire's official YouTube channels.