The main Free Fire tournament for Brazilian fans has reached new heights. The final part of the Free Fire Pro League Brazil's third season has received new viewers. We will tell you how the event showed itself in terms of the viewer interest.
We will remind that the latest article about this shooter was describing the outcome of the Garena Free Fire Asia Invitational 2019. Within its bounds we have slightly touched upon the indicators of the Brazilian league's second season. More details about this news can be found on this page.
In general, the discipline shows positive trends. As stated by Garena itself in its recent quarterly report, the game experiences an influx of new viewers and players alike – which directly affects the company's profit, that is currently rapidly growing.
Unlike Asian fans, the Western world is not yet immersed in mobile esports. South America – or rather, Brazil – can be called an exception to this rule. The country's main Free Fire league displays figures which can be considered huge even for large esports disciplines like CS:GO, LoL or PUBG.
The third season of the Free Fire Pro League Brazil has reached the mark of 1 million 50 thousand peak viewers. Over one season, the result was boosted by 29%. Compared to the beginning of the year, the increase reaches much larger numbers.
The third championship of the series has gathered 811 average viewers. This is 36% more than it was on the broadcasts of the Free Fire Pro League Brazil Season 2. In this case, comparison with the league's debut once again makes little sense.
The platform statistics had some interesting news. At the championship's broadcast, a YouTube record was set for the simultaneous number of viewers on one stream.
In the end, we can say that the mobile battle royale continues to show more and more new records. As of today, the game is already leaving behind both the original PUBG and its mobile version.
This can be seen more clearly when compared to the recent results of the PMCO 2019 Fall SEA League. The founder of the genre itself does not enjoy the same popularity in South America itself, being greatly inferior to its rival by all the indicators.
Instead, the discipline is likely worth comparing to the “young titan” of esports – Fortnite. Who knows, maybe in the next couple of years, the Garena's project will manage to become more popular than the shooter from Epic Games?