Free Fire Tournament: Orangutan organizes its very own Free Fire tournament, Rumble in Jungle
Free Fire Tournament: This July, Orangutan, one of the topmost competitive esports teams in India organized its very own Free Fire tournament,…
Free Fire Tournament: This July, Orangutan, one of the topmost competitive esports teams in India organized its very own Free Fire tournament, Rumble in Jungle. Ever since the game faced the ban in India in February 2022, this tournament marked quite a turn in events, as it was the largest prize pool since with a prize-winning totaling Rs 13,50,000 for the 2-week-long tournament. Here is all you need to know about the competition and how it ended. For future updates on Garena Free Fire and Free Fire Max, follow ..
All you need to know about the Rumble in Jungle Free Fire Tournament
There were 18 teams invited to the tournament, Along with the other teams, Popular organizations like Orangutan, GodLike, TSG Army, and Chemin Esports were the participants. Godlike Esports won Rumble in the jungle with 174 points after a neck-to-neck fight with Orangutan Gaming. As winners of the tournament Godlike Esports bagged 4 Lakh rupees, while Orangutan came in 2nd on the leaderboard with 154 points and won the prize of 2 lakh rupees. The Mafias came in 3rd and won the price of 1 Lakh rupees.
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Here are the overall standings of the competition.
Team Orangutan players that took part in the competition:
- Lokesh Karakoti “Pahadi” – Captain
- Rohit Sahu “RDP”
- Jayesh Yadav “Mr.Jay”
- Jatin Taneja “Taneja”
- Naitik Khosto “Old Monk”
- Sankalp Barodiya “Duker” – Coach
The Ape Army were the champions even in the 1st week securing the first position and bagging 1,75,000 rupees. The second and the third position was secured by the Mafias & Nigma Galaxy respectively. Both the teams won a prize pool of 50,000 INR each. With Orangutan’s consistency in the top place till the grand finals, the team secured second place with 154 points and bagged the price of 2 lakhs INR.
With the expectation of the game coming back, one thing is for sure Orangutan along with Rooter, ensured that the Free Fire community is entertained, and the athletes can see positive growth in the future of the game. This was just the beginning for Orangutan, as they look forward to hosting many more esports tournaments in the coming years. For future updates on Garena Free Fire and Free Fire Max, follow ..
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