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Santander Renews Brazilian League of Free Fire Sponsorship

Garena's official mobile battle royale Brazilian esports tournament since 2021 and will now be featured in the 2023 season of LBFF.

By Shubham Dalal | Dec 17, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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The Brazilian League of Free Fire (LBFF) has renewed its sponsorship deal with Bank Santander. Santander has sponsored Garena’s official mobile battle royale Brazilian esports tournament since 2021 and will now be featured in the 2023 season of LBFF.As a result, Santander maintains its partnership with the two most prominent e-sports leagues in Brazil, as it also sponsors the Brazilian League of Legends Championship (CBLOL). Its competition for the title of ‘Gamer’s Bank’ is mainly with Itou, which also heavily supports the scene in the country.If you need more information about Santander Renews Brazilian League of Free Fire Sponsorship then read carefully and share with your friends .

Santander Renews Brazilian League of Free Fire Sponsorship :

In association with LBFF, Santander took five clients to Bangkok to watch the latest Free Fire World Series, and presented prizes to LBFF’s Team of the Season players in partnership with jewelry brand Vivara.The renewal of a main LBFF sponsor is an important message from Garena to the Brazilian Free Fire esports community. Recently, teams in the country expressed concern about the lack of information provided by the publisher regarding the next LBFF season, with some not even confirming whether their teams would play in 2023.

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Because of that, rumors in the scene point to the end of Free Fire’s main event in Brazil. However, the renewal with Santander sends assurances from some of the leading title organizations in the country such as Vivo Kid Stars and Fluxo.Questions began to arise earlier this year when Garena laid off employees globally, including in Brazil, due to a reduction in the number of players after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted. Viewers were also impressed, leading to Garena’s streaming platform BOOYAH! And the international tournament Free Fire World Series has seen a huge drop in viewership.

According to a source contacted by Sportsluma, however, the esports operation in Brazil is safe from layoffs because the results have been extremely positive.Free Fire is one of the most popular eSports scenes in Brazil, with LBFF being televised via RedeTV! channel and on Warner Bros. Discovery’s Space Channel on Pay TV. According to Garena, LBFF 8, held in the second half of 2022, reached over 1m viewers across TV and social media channels simultaneously.If you like this article then don’t forget to share with your friends

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