Pakistan’s all-format captain Babar Azam and vice-captain Shadab Khan have been named as the latest brand ambassadors for Free Fire, Garena’s first self-developed game.
Free Fire will work with Babar Azam and Shadab Khan to promote esports in Pakistan, which will undoubtedly unite people and communities.
Babar is a well-known cricketer in the world, best known for his elegant cover drives. In one-day internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is), he is currently the best batter, while in Tests, he is ranked fifth.
Shadab, meanwhile, is known for his energetic fielding and leg spin for Islamabad United. He’s recently improved his bat skills and is particularly useful when power hitting.
On Twitter, both cricketers announced their partnership. They’re expected to show up at Free Fire’s events in a big way.
Garena has worked with athletes before. They recently collaborated with Cristiano Ronaldo, the world’s most famous footballer. Players could play as Cristiano Ronaldo in the game as Chrono, a brand-new character created as a result of the collaboration.
Free Fire is a multiplayer battle royale shooting game in which players compete against one another from all over the world. Because it has evolved into a social platform for gamers to interact with one another, Free Fire is more popular than other games.
Kiya aap tayar hain? I’m quite thrilled to become the brand ambassador for @FreefirePkyt with kaptaan @babarazam258 . A lot of exciting things coming up from this big collaboration. Stay tuned! #FreeFireXBabarShadab #GameLagao #JorrayYaaronko pic.twitter.com/E1tazA5EPz
— Shadab Khan (@76Shadabkhan) April 8, 2022
Something very exciting coming up with @FreefirePkyt! Stay tuned to find out more about my next big collaboration with world’s most downloaded battle royale game. #FreeFireXBabarShadab #JorrayYaaronKo #GameLagao pic.twitter.com/OFHNelAmUh
— Babar Azam (@babarazam258) April 8, 2022
❗ Are you Excited?❗
🤩 React kare ❤️ apni excitement aur tyar ho in ko Free Fire k action 🎥 mein dekhne ke liye!
— Garena Free Fire Pakistan (@FreefirePkyt) April 7, 2022