Infinix Note 11 Series WEC 2021: Everything you need to know about Arrow Esports, the 4th place winners
Arrow Gaming was one of the contenders that qualified for the Infinix Note 11 Series World Esports Cup (WEC) India finals. Free Fire esports fans can check all the details around the esports team here.
World Esports Cup (WEC) 2021 was a fiesta of bloodbath and intense competition for the Free Fire fans around the world. It was the first and biggest Free Fire tournament in the entire South Asia that brought together the top teams from India, Pakistan, and Nepal to fight for a humongous prize pool of Rs. 75 lakhs.
The tournament ended a few days ago and Total Gaming from India rose to become the best team in South Asia and walked away with ₹35,00,000 in their pockets. Each team at WEC 2021 finals had traveled a long way by competing for two months and had an impact of their own.
Arrow Gaming was one of the contenders that qualified for the India finals. The India regional finals was a big deal as many veteran teams had failed to perform at the very crucial moment and yet, Arrow Gaming made out as one of the underdogs to qualify for grand finals. The t had the most impressive consistency amongst all the other teams as they never gave away their rank till the very end. They started their journey on the fourth spot and ended it in the same place. This was quite unfortunate as they could not move upwards and claim victory.
The following players represented Arrow Gaming at the World Esports Cup 2021 grand finals:
Arrow Gaming ended up in the fourth spot and grabbed a total of 140 kills in this tournament. Their total score was 299 points at the end of WEC 2021. Infinix Smartphones were the title sponsors of WEC 2021. They have recently launched a new series called Infinix Note 11. The Note 11 smartphones will have amazing features like MediaTek Helio G80 series SoC, 4GB RAM, and 50-megapixel primary camera.