Have you heard what happened at LBFF 6 Week 5? The first half of the Brazilian League of Free Fire 6 came to an end and opened up B4's dominance. The Bastards are no joke and remain isolated at the top with 411 points – the advantage over SS e-Sports is just 14 points, but they still have six more takedowns to contend with.
In a weekend of double rounds for Group B, SS e-Sports knew how to take the opportunity to take a nice leap in the table, leaving the 10th place and taking the runner-up. Mts007 once again led the Suicide Squad throughout the two rounds, with 28 kills that bring some tranquility in the dispute for the MVP. Also taking advantage of the weekend was Netshoes Miners, which has been showing its destructive potential after the biggest signings in the transfer window.
AmazonCripz has been fitting well into the Free Fire elite. After a troubled start to the season, the team from Amazonas fitted two beautiful results and not only distanced itself from the relegation zone, but also entered the fight for a place in the top 12. The Panthers showed they're alive, performed their best performance of the season and took Booyah's scream! of the throat. Still, they sour the lantern but look determined for the second half of the group stage.
What Went at LBFF 6 Week 5
On the other hand, Xisde remains poorly and is at serious risk of returning to Series B directly. In addition, the Tram continues with brakes, even with a good Free Fire on Sunday, and TSM FTX makes a poor debut season. Finally, LOUD and Fluxo had their worst performances of the season on Saturday and Fluxo was still the main protagonist of a curious fact on Sunday.
Master K9's team secured the triple crown – a Booyah! on each map - but the scores on the other three drops make us wonder if they actually played them: they were only two points won, and they got two of them zero. Still, the three Booyahs were enough for the team to guarantee the third best performance of the day: 66 points – same mark as Nitroxx Top10, which also guaranteed a little Booyah!
Dispute for MVP
The pillar of SS e-Sports has been the highlight of the season. With 28 kills over the weekend, Mts007 easily leads the fight for the MVP and reached 77 eliminations in 42 takedowns. Natividade (Netshoes Miners) is the big news on the list, with 61; VitinXP (Team Coda Solid) comes right behind with 56. Finally, Gus (Los Grandes) and R7 (Tram) complete the top 5, with 54 kills each.
LBFF 6 Series B – Week 4 Summary
Serie B is reaching its decisive moments. Relentless so far, Vasco has maintained its average of at least 80 points per round and remains isolated in the lead, with 325 points. Leader in kills and tied in Booyahs with Immortal Force, the Hill Giant is a favorite for one of the vacancies. Immortal Force is right behind in the table and tries not to let Vasco get too far, a mission that has not been easy: 44 points separate the teams, a significant number to be reverted in just two rounds.
Everything looks well underway for the top 10 on the table. From then on, the difference in points is minimal, and even some teams that would be relegated today have a chance of qualifying. This closeness in the table will dictate the pace of the decisive two weeks.
*Round 8 was postponed the week before and took place on Monday, the 20th.
Dispute for MVP
With another 17 eliminations in the account, Hender remains isolated in the lead. The dispute seems to be for the second place in the Slaughter Ranking: Gabeshow, from Immortal Force, reached 42 eliminations after an inspired week and took the place of Easy, from Vasco, who has 39. Guerra7 from NewX and Faker7 from Civil come soon in then tied with 38 outs each.
FF SQUAD – Ranking of the Week
This week, in the FF SQUAD, Bops was the player who scored the best, with 219 points.Corinthians as a whole brought good points to the fans, Daring 7, Razure and coach Kied also appear here.Those who chose the warriors DeadGod and Nando9 also profited, both are in third and fifth place in the ranking. See below for the complete ranking of the community.
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