Free Fire: Who are the Top Five Free Fire players in the World?
Updated on: Sep 16, 2022 3:38 pm IST
Who are the Top Five Free Fire: Free Fire mobile game is a popular game all over the world. It has also compiled a sizable player base in India. Free Fire players may and PUBG Mobile players are not the same. But they are no less talented. It is extremely difficult to rank the best Free Fire players because each player is known for their special abilities.
Top Five Free Fire Players in the World
TSG Legend: Bhavesh Lakhwani, an Indian player known for TSG Legend his YouTube channel name. He is part of the “TSG ARMY” esports team. His gaming ID is 1119846627. He has 1.21 million and 100 million views on YouTube. TSG glows brightly in all game modes, whether Solo, Duo or Squad. In Season 12, he had a score of 3354 and was in the Heroic Tier. Last year, TSG participated in one of two teams invited to the Free Fire Asia Invitational.
Nobru Bruno Goes, aka Nobru, well known in worldwide community, and second best player in the world. He is from Brazil and the CEO of a successful esports team, Fluxo. His in-game UID is 228159683. Nobru is the name of the YouTube channel, and it has received 885 million views and 13.3 million subscribers.
Gaming Tamizan (GT King). Below you will get his gaming ID, and you can also check it for yourself or you can send him a friend request. Gaming Tamizan (GT King) is the top player of this battle royale game in India. His real name is Ravinchandra Vigneshwar, and he is from Tamil Nadu. His Free Fire ID is 287597612. He is the king of Free Fire game.
Killer FF: Aditya Sikarwar, aka Killer FF known for headshots expert, and he belongs to the esports team Orangutan Elite. His in-game UID is 410558205. His YouTube channel name is Killer FF, and earned over 398K subscribers and 23 million views.
Tahirfuego FF:This player has fantastic skills with extremely fast movements. He is part of esports team “Nigma Galaxy”. Tahirfuego FF’s Free Fire ID is 648859472. His channel earned 381K subscribers and 34 million views.