FREE FIRE BEATS NEW RECORD OF 60 MILLION PLAYERS DAILY
Free Fire recently reached a new peak of 60 million daily active users, according to Sea Limited's full fourth quarter 2019 results released today. Garena's proprietary company also revealed that Battle Royale was the most downloaded and highest-income mobile game in Latin America and Southeast Asia in 2019, according to the Annie App. The Singapore-based technology company also mentioned the success of Free Fire on YouTube , reaching 30 billion views worldwide in 2019. This makes Garena Free Fire the fourth most watched video game and the first mobile-assisted game on the platform. . With the game's huge success, Sea Limited attributes its 208% increase in digital entertainment revenue to the rise of Free Fire as the most important mobile game of the year. Free Fire's success in Latin America and Southeast Asia is due to Garena's efforts to engage with players at e-sports events. The Free Fire World Cup , which took place in Bangkok, Thailand, has already shown the game's success in early April 2019, reaching one million viewers. EVOS Capital, a squad from Indonesia, won the tournament, but the presence of two teams of Brazilians caught Garena's attention in terms of the growth of Free Fire in South America.
Free Fire in Brazil
In Brazil, the Free Fire Pro League experienced a surprising jump in audience during 2019. In February, the first season of the Pro League peaked at 19,000 viewers while it was broadcast only on YouTube . The third season, which took place in November and sent two teams to the Free Fire World Series in Rio de Janeiro, registered one million viewers and was live on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch. This represents more than a 500% increase in less than a year. The Free World World Series was also a big surprise for esports fans. The $ 400,000 prize pool took place in Rio de Janeiro in November 2019. The winning team was the Brazilian Corinthians team and the competition peaked at two million spectators. See also: Earn up to R $ 8,000 by playing Free Fire Although Garena's efforts paid off last year, the company has not stopped trying to make Free Fire as global as possible. Last month, the company launched BOOYAH!streaming platform, totally focused on content related to Free Fire .