According to AppAnnie, Free Fire turns out to be the most popular game in India with the biggest number of downloads so far after this battle royale title succeeded in stepping up to plate during the post-PUBG Mobile era. The Indian mobile esports environment now continues thriving with several teams being introduced to the public, including the recent star-studded team 'Galaxy Racers'. Global Esports has also unveiled some of its own plans, especially the new contract with Abhyuday “SkyLord” Mishra in the role of a content creator. 

Skylord Global Esports
Global Esports' new contract with Abhyuday “SkyLord” Mishra in the role of a content creator.

Answering AFK Gaming interview questions, Global Esports expressed their excitement when having a chance to work with Skylord. He is no doubt very famous among the Free Fire community on YouTube who started building his glorious career just only one year ago but owning more than 8 lakh followers thanks to this amazing personality. Apart from being considered an excellent streamer, Skylord is also expected to be a talented content creator. Global Esports is determined to promote and support Skylord’s content in such a year full of action like 2021. 

Skylord was once a content creator for XTZ Esport and now he owns a YouTube channel with 807K subscribers and a lifetime viewership of over 47 million. The 21-year-old streamer made lots of videos talking about Total Gaming’s Ajjubhai and other gamers in the Free Fire community. More than 137k accounts are subscribing to his Instagram and Discord server. 

Free Fire Skylord
This YouTuber seems to not fear any controversy against other streamers.

Skylord once said his career has reached another level during the quarantine period. He attracted a huge audience that he can get a great impact on to contribute to the overall growth of esports. He also had an excellent answer to the question about how he saw himself in the following 5 years. He confirmed to focus on the development of the whole community rather than his development because, in the near future, esports in Free Fire and India as well would be at the top of the world. 

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