Snapdragon Free Fire Pro Series 2024 SEA Finals Details, Schedule, Teams

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The Samyan Mitrtown Event Hall in Bangkok will host the Snapdragon Free Fire Pro Series SEA Challenge Finals on March 9, 2024, and March 10, 2024. 

For the six spots in the Mobile Masters 2024, a total of twelve Southeast Asian teams will square off. A $60K prize pool is also available for the competition. In this final stage, the competitors will compete in 16 matches over the course of two days. 

Eighteen teams competed in the Group Stage, with the top six moving on to the Challenge Finals. The worst six teams were eliminated, while the remaining 12 teams played in the Play-Ins to claim the six slots in the next round.

Snapdragon Free Fire Pro Series 2024 SEA Finals

The top 12 teams will now square off in Bangkok in an attempt to advance to the year’s first international competition.

The 12 teams that will compete in the Snapdragon Free Fire Pro Series 2024 SEA Finals are as follows:

  • CGGG
  • Buriram United Esports
  • ONIC Olympus
  • Thorrad
  • Attack All Around
  • RRQ Kazu
  • JV Esports
  • P Esports
  • Team Flash
  • POCO Star
  • Todak
  • Reverse Red

The team with the best performance in the Group Stage was Thailand’s CGGG Free Fire team. They are strong favorites to win the SPS SEA trophy and recently finished second in the FFWS Spring 2024 Thailand.

Perhaps the world’s best Free Fire squad is Buriram United. They are two-time global champions and competed previously under the Evos Esports brand. Presumably, their primary objective is to continue dominating the current SPS tournament.

The regional FFWS Spring Tournament was recently won by ONIC Olympus from Indonesia. They placed third in the SPS Group Stage after putting up a great performance there as well.

Attack All Around, based in Thailand, has demonstrated their worth several times over the last few years. 

They were the 2021 Sentosa Free Fire World Series winners. To win the SPS SEA competition and earn a spot in the Mobile Masters in 2024, the squad will put out their best effort.

In the earlier stages, Team Flash from Vietnam and RRQ Kazu from Indonesia both displayed uneven play. 

In a similar vein, Poco Star and JV Esports also had difficulty in a number of their games over the first two rounds. Securing a position in the Mobile Masters will be the primary goal for these teams.

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