Cherrygumms, CEO of Black Dragons, talks about salaries and gives tips regarding contracts between players and organizations.
HOW MUCH DOES A FREE FIRE PLAYER EARN? PROFESSIONAL OR AMATEUR, CHECK THE VALUES
Free Fire is an immersive Battle Royale created specifically for mobile. Developed and published globally by Garena, the game reached a record peak of more than 5.4 million users watching a live championship and also, recently, Free Fire was the first Battle Royale to reach the 1 billion downloads mark. . Such success has made many professional and amateur players grow and become professional, but after all, how much does a Free Fire player earn?
In general, salaries paid to Free Fire players vary a lot, because it is possible to receive values from video platforms, sponsorships or just salaries paid by an organization. So, in this article, we'll discuss when a Free Fire player wins with no media and no sponsorship, that is, just salary .
Before we talk about Free Fire player salaries, we need to make clear the difference between a professional and an amateur player.
At first, the amateur player is concerned with the benefit he will have in the game, be it pleasure, fame or money . Professionals, in general, love what they do. But more than that, he recognizes that to do what he loves you must also do what he hates .
A good example of the difference between a professional player Free Fire and other amateur are contracts with lives platforms. The professional player signs a contract and is obliged by him to make lives for a certain amount of time. At times the player may not be well, but he knows that he is obliged to fulfill his contract.
Therefore, professionals tend to receive higher salaries than amateurs, as companies and organizations look for players with this profile.
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Overall, Free Fire's competitive game is reasonably new and therefore still maturing, unlike other games like League of Legends (LoL) and others, Garena's Battle Royale has many contracts and paid salaries that go beyond Brazilian laws and are often not valid.
According to Nicolle " Cherrygumms " Merhy, CEO of the Black Dragons (BD) organization, Free Fire's salary base is very low, players start with an average pay of around R$ 2 thousand a month . Obviously this value is an average of a starting salary, the salary cap for better known and experienced players is much higher.
"not everything that is in the contract is legal... there are some clauses that do not exist in the contract, such as termination fines greater than the contract value, that does not exist!"
Still talking about salaries and contracts, the CEO of BD makes it clear that many contracts within Free Fire are invalid and violate Brazilian law. According to Cherrygumms, players who, for example, receive R$1,000 monthly salary and have a one-year contract totaling R$12,000, their termination fine cannot exceed R$12,000.
Therefore, players looking to become a professional Free Fire player should be mindful of salaries and contracts. The highest salaries are paid to players and influencers who own media and therefore have values other than salary. Good examples are influencers such as Nobru and players from LBFF's Serie A organizations, such as Corinthians, LOUD, Los Grandes and others.
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