Infinix Note 11 Series WEC 2021 Grand Finals: India wins with Total Gaming taking the crown

Total Gaming, one of the best Free Fire rosters from India walked away with a total amount of ₹35,00,000 in their pockets. Fans can check the WEC results table and other details here.

Infinix Note 11 Series World Esports Cup (WEC) 2021 ends after an intense competition of two months. Total Gaming emerged as the winners of this entire tournament by performing incredibly on the last two days of the grand finals. They started slow but as the tournament progressed, they performed well and secured themselves the biggest chunk of the Rs. 75 lakh prize pool.

India Today Gaming hosted the biggest Free Fire event in South Asia called World Esports Cup 2021. Teams from India, Pakistan, and Nepal were given a fair chance to fight through multiple levels after competing for almost two months. Indian teams prevailed in this competition with the four teams securing the top four slots in leaderboards.

Total Gaming is one of the best Free Fire rosters from India and they walked away with a total amount of ₹35,00,000 in their pockets. The rest of this result table is as follows:

  1. Total Gaming - 342 Points
  2. Chemin Esports - 314 Points
  3. Orangutan Elite - 304 Points
  4. Arrow Gamer - 299 Points
  5. 2B Gamer - 273 Points
  6. Legend Style ES - 258 Points
  7. Dada Gang - 220 Points
  8. KM Brotherhood - 219 Points
  9. Team Hotshot - 189 Points
  10. Tonde Gamer - 189 Points
  11. The Guardians -166 Points
  12. 5 Mutants - 155 Points

Chemin Esports and Orangutan Elite were the runners-up in this tournament and secured a good sum from this prize pool. The top eight teams were rewarded with monetary prizes at the end. Infinix Smartphone, the title sponsor of WEC 2021 launched a new series called Infinix Note 11 last month. This smartphone lineup packs MediaTek Helio G80 series SoC, 4GB RAM, and 50-megapixel primary camera.