Daksh Garg (TG Mafia), a 15-year-old gamer from the Total Gaming esports team, has bagged the Free Fire Pro League India 2021 (FFPL) title. The grand finale was played between 12 teams with six matches, and the Total Gaming team won the first position during the tournament. Constant grinding and upskilling have helped Garg to win a price amount of $20,099 through this tournament.
In this year alone, Garg has won about $30,000 by representing Total Gaming at respective esports tournaments. Being a young and growing streamer on YouTube, Garg enjoys playing Free Fire on his channel. Representing the Total Gaming esports team, Garg has won three titles this year – Free Fire Pro League India 2021 (1st Position), Booyah Streamer Royal 2021 (1st Position), and Conquest Free Fire Open Season One (5th Position).
Excited to the win FFPL 2021 tournament, Garg said, “Finally my long hours of practices have paid off, and I am extremely overjoyed to represent Total Gaming and having won this tournament. I hope to see many budding gamers building their niche in gaming. With this big win, I am confident about choosing gaming and esports as a stable career option. Looking forward to more such wins.”
Commenting on Garg bagging the tournament, Total Gaming CEO Ajjubhai said, “It is a moment of pride for all of us at Total Gaming. A 15-year-old boy won one of the biggest Free Fire titles for us. It is a testimony, that gaming has no barriers, all one needs is determination and support at home. I hope parents of many such young gamers understand the potential that the industry has. With gaming and esports booming at such a massive scale in India, I believe we will very soon see many such young gaming and esports athletes winning national and international tournaments.”