Infinix Note 11 Series WEC 2021: Here is all we know about Total Gaming, the champions
Total Gaming started their journey in World Esports Cup (WEC) 2021 Finals with a decent third-place finish, but their consistency toppled in the next two days. Free Fire fans can check everything they need to know about the tournament winners here.
Infinix Note 11 Series World Esports Cup (WEC) 2021 was the biggest Free Fire tournament in entire South Asia and the Indian powerhouse, Total Gaming, claimed the trophy and was hailed as the best Free Fire team in the region. They walked away with the biggest share of the prize pool and their performance on the final two days was the key to their success.
Indian Free Fire community is well versed with the team Total Gaming as it is one of the best and oldest Free Fire rosters in the country. They have won almost every official tournament to date and have a stacked roster filled with stars. The roster comprises the following players:
- Ajay "FozyAjay" Sharma
- Vora "MAFIABALA" Nilesh
FozyAjay is the captain of this roster and has been on the team since the very beginning. Famous Indian YouTuber Total Gaming started this team and trusted FozyAjay to lead them. Total Gaming started their journey in World Esports Cup 2021 Finals with a decent third-place finish, but their consistency toppled in the next two days. The grand finals ran for a total of five days and after a good start, Total Gaming failed to give outstanding performance and fell down to the sixth position on the second day and only climbed a single position the next day.
The fourth day was the deciding factor for Total Gaming as they made a huge jump from 173 points to 260 points. They won two games on this day and carried this momentum on the final day as well. This led them to lift the cup and win a total of ₹35,00,000. At the end of WEC 2021, Total Gaming had a cumulative score of 342 points with a total of 144 kill points and four booyah’s to their name.