RO36 Groups Announced [S2]

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From 192 down to just 30, the Free Fire Pro Series rolls into it’s final round of the Open Qualifier with the Round of 36! This round also welcomes 6 teams from the Season 1 Grand Finals, who were invited directly to the final round based on their Season 1 performance. Osaka, R15, Club 9D, Team Money, SKB E-Sport and High Religion will have to prove themselves once again to earn their spot in the Season 2 Group Stage. Check out the groups below to see which teams they’ll need to beat:

RO36 Groups

GROUP 1
BrothersYt
DARK HUNTERS
Fox Gaming
HIGH RELIGION
Mezexis Esports
Navy eSports
OSAKA
PROFESSIONAL E
SHINIGAMIS
TANKAZ
Team Butcher
TEAMDOMINIC
GROUP 2
BIG DRIP
C7 ESPORTS
DUEL KINGS
H69 E-SPORT
OZARK ESPORT
R15 OFICIAL
RTV ESPORT
SIKSILK ESPORTS
SKB E-SPORT
ZRJ ESPORTS
❶₳ ESPORT
 
GROUP 3
BILLONE SPORT
CLUB 9D
Death note clan
HAGS ESPORTS
HEPTICK GAMING
OG WIPE GANG
RAMBOX GAMING
RDZ OFFICIAL
Syndicate
TEAM MONEY
TEAM POINT
Zona Roja Esport

The Round of 48 took out even more NA favorites, as OGStreet and Syndicate fail to make it through the third round. On the other hand, Ozark, ZRJ, Duel Kings, RDZ, C7, and Team Butcher all make it to the Round of 36. The bracket demons Professional E top their group for the third round in a row, beating out 2nd-placed Ozark by one point. However, the big winners of this stage were Billone Sport, who eliminated Syndicate on their way to a 127 point victory, crushing the entire lobby with a 32 point match on the second game of Purgatory. We have plenty of contenders looking strong for the final round of the Open Qualifiers. 18 teams will earn their place in the Group Stage, stay tuned to find out who they are!

Liquipedia Listings

Free Fire Pro Series is also available and regularly updated on Liquipedia, the best resource for live updated results, tournament overview, team & player profiles, game information, and more.  Free Fire Pro Series on Liquipedia – RO36

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Josue "Melocrit" is an American esports caster, analyst, and content creator working mostly in battle royales. He directed the collegiate esports program at the University of Colorado Boulder, eventually moving into casting and content work for titles like Apex Legends and Garena Free Fire.