Funspark Ulti 2021

Funspark ULTI Finals set to start from January 18 onwards

CS:GO Sharil “memeranglaut” Abdul Rahman

The compact, 8-team competition will feature names like Gambit, Astralis and Fnatic vying to win a slice of the $250,000 prize pool.

Funspark and Relog Media have just confirmed the full schedule for the Funspark ULTI Finals, which features a $250,000 prize pool, taking place from 18 until 24th of  January. The tournament will be fully online and features eight teams in total.


 The teams taking part in the competition are:

The first four were invited directly into the tournament, while Extra Salt got their berth by winning the Finals in April 2021 over BIG.


The eight teams will be competing in a double-elimination bracket. The format of the matches will be as follows:

  • Double-elimination bracket
  • All matches will be Bo3
  • The final match will be Bo5
  • The Upper Bracket team will have 1 map advantage

Match timings

The tournament will be played for the next week, with the matches being played at the following times:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 18
    • 11am GMT: Entropiq vs. ECSTATIC
    • 2pm GMT: Astralis vs. K23
  • Wednesday, Jan. 19
    • 11am GMT: Fnatic vs. BIG
    • 2pm GMT: Gambit vs. Extra Salt
  • Thursday, Jan. 20
    • 11am GMT: Lower bracket round one first game
    • 2pm GMT: Lower bracket round one second game
  • Friday, Jan 21
    • 11am GMT: First upper bracket semi final
    • 2pm GMT: Second upper bracket semi final
  • Saturday, Jan. 22
    • 11am GMT: Lower bracket round two first game
    • 2pm GMT: Lower bracket round two second game
  • Sunday, Jan. 23
    • 11am GMT: Lower bracket round three
    • 2pm GMT: Upper bracket final
  • Monday, 24 Jan
    • 11am GMT: Lower bracket final
    • 2.30pm GMT: Grand finals

Where to watch the games

You can catch the matches for Funspark ULTI 2021 right here:


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Sharil “memeranglaut” Abdul Rahman
He dabbles in Esports, checking out what's new and hip with the industry. Outside of Esports and gaming, he likes Japan. Ijou. Check him out at @SharilGosu


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