MS Dhoni Becomes Brand Ambassador Free Fire to fight with BGMI & Call of Duty



MS Dhoni Becomes Brand Ambassador Free Fire to Fight with BGMI & Call of Duty: MS Dhoni, who is considered one of the most successful and popular cricket players of all time, already receives a significant amount of money through endorsements and advertisements. Dhoni has now been the brand ambassador for the online game Garena Free Fire, adding another achievement to his resume.

Read More | Remnant 2: How To Respec Trait Points

MS Dhoni makes a significant portion of his income through sponsorship deals. He recently struck a multi-million dollar deal with online gaming business Garena to advertise Free Fire, one of the most played online games in the world, on mobile phones.

On September 5, Free Fire will return to India, and Garena decided to join up with some of the most popular athletes to boost its popularity, like Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Saina Nehwal, Sunit Chhetri, and Leander Paes.

Read More | Remnant 2 Tips: How to Trade Amulets in Remnant 2

MS Dhoni was announced by Garena as the new brand ambassador of Free Fire India and as Thala, the first Indian sports figure to appear as a playable character in the game. According to Garena, this character will also appear in the Free Fire India Championship (FFIC).

It should be remembered that the central government of India also outlawed Garena Free Fire together with BGMI, previously referred to as PUBG. On September 5, the game will return to India under the new moniker Free Fire India.

Read More | Remnant 2 Tips: 5 Best Boss DPS Weapons in Remnant 2

Over the last few years since its launch in 2017, Garena Free Fire has emerged as the top battle royale games across the world, giving tough competition to mobile games like PUBG (BGMI) and Call of Duty.

Garena, which is the Singapore gaming company behind Free Fire India. It has also emerged as a top mobile gaming company in the entire world, having a whopping market cap of USD 21 billion, which comes out to Rs 1.73 lakh crore in Indian currency.

(With Input From DNA)

Click to comment

Popular Stories

Exit mobile version