- The Liga Brasileira de Free Fire now has an official TikTok Livestream
- TikTok esports content has been increasingly popular among the local fans
- Those who prefer other platforms will still be able to enjoy the competition of Facebook, YouTube and BOOYAH!
The Brazil Free Fire League now has an official TikTok stream and started the league’s sixth round on October 2.
The Liga Brasiliera de Free Fire Gets a TikTok Live Broadcast
Brazil’s league in Garena’s battle royale shooter title Free Fire will now get an official TikTok livestream, according to recent news. The all the games from now on will be streamed on the official TikTok account of Free Fire Brazil.
The first event streamed was the sixth round of the league. It was scheduled for October 2 and 3. The event will continue to be broadcasted until the grand finals on October 30.
The stages of the event will be held during the October weekends, on Saturdays and Sundays. Each weekend there will be a total of twelve matches, six on each day. Furthermore, during the last three weeks, there will be also games on Mondays. The weekend games will start at 11 in the morning CT, while the Monday games have been pushed back for later hours at 5 in the afternoon.
Fans Will Be Able to Choose Between Several Streams on Various Platforms
TikTok’s rise in popularity is especially strong in Brazilian esports where many Free Fire teams have their own TikTok pages. The video sharing platform has proven to be a great way for esports athletes to connect with their fans. It has been doing miracles as several teams have gathered millions of followers on their TikTok pages.
The TikTok stream, however, isn’t going to be the only one. The big Garena Free Fire event will be broadcasted live on Facebook Gaming, YouTube and Garena’s official streaming platform BOOYAH!
This is good news to Brazilian esports fans as they will be able to freely watch the Free Fire competition on their preferred platform. The COVID-19 restrictions in Brazil sadly forced the event to forgo accommodating live audiences.
The event as a whole will meet 18 of the best Free Fire teams in Brazil, all part of the Liga Brasileira de Free Fire’s first division. The best-performing squads will get a share of the $142,000 prize pool and a shot at the champion’s crown.
Free Fire recently had its MAX version hit the app stores. Fans of the game can fill their time between the competitive Brazil league weekends by playing with improved HD graphics.