In December 2019, Free Fire, also known by Vietnamese players as affectionately called “Temple Fire” or “Free Fire”, set a record when it officially surpassed the $ 1 billion revenue milestone. la. Not only that, just recently, “Temple Fire” continue to set records ranked third globally in the top 10 highest-grossing mobile games in the world in June 2020.
“Cheat Temple” set a record of 1 billion dollars in revenue
Those are the talking numbers that prove the success of Free Fire not only in Vietnam market but also in the world. But why, a game that achieved such undeniable records was hated by Vietnamese gamers. Especially the gamer community “Chua Chua” is often attacked by other players offensive and “swirling stones”?
Free Fire ranked third in the world in revenue last June 2020
Many people believe that they themselves do not have aversion to Free Fire but quite “allergic” with some gamer components of “Temple Fire”. The reason is that the Free Fire community has quite a lot of child players. This is also the reason why actions, thoughts, words are sometimes effeminate and lack of control, especially in matches or even arguing on social media about this game.
Many gamers have commented that, Free Fire must receive unfriendly gazes from the players, most of which come from a few gamers components of “Temple Fire”. Of course, not 100% of Free Fire gamers are bad, there are even a lot of talented players and their names and skills are confirmed. But it’s hard to deny that, “The game has no holesi, the error comes from a player section “.
The reason given by Vietnamese gamers
It is also undeniable that the number of chatter gamers playing on Free Fire is not small. This has created a separate color for “Temple Fire” in Vietnam, but as mentioned, that color is not necessarily brought comfort to those around.
For those who don’t know, Garena Free Fire was released for Android and iOS in December 2017 by Garena Studios and is developed by 111dots Studio (Vietnam). In Vietnam market, Free Fire still holds a huge number of players. Rarely has any game product has the number of followers on the main Fanpage to nearly 20 million like Free Fire.
Not only in Vietnam but also in other markets such as India, Brazil … Free Fire also has a large number of gamers. Those are enough statistics to confirm the success of Free Fire globally, and no matter how stoned in Vietnam, this is always one of the famous survival games worldwide. world.