- Brazilian esports organization LOUD becomes the first to reach 1 Billion YouTube views.
- They've achieved this historic number after just one year of operations.
It is surprising to see that no esports organization in the world had hit 1 Billion net YouTube views, especially considering organizations like FaZe Clan and OpTic Gaming who built up their fame with CoD montages on the popular video streaming platform.
Well, that barrier has finally broken. Surprisingly by a Brazilian esports organization LOUD who primarily focus on FreeFire. Although the channel has diversified into making lifestyle videos like FaZe Clan or 100 Thieves, they still continue to stick to their Free Fire roots in many of their videos.
The channel currently has 7.4M subscribers and the 1 Billion views mark was reached with 461 videos.
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The channel managed to achieve this historic mark, just one year after their inception. The next closest team to achieving this mark (FaZe Clan) has been making YouTube videos since 2010.
LOUD is a mobile esports team founded by Bruno “Playhard” Bittencourt, Jean Ortega, and Matthew Ho at the beginning of 2019. Since then, it finished as the runner-up in the Free Fire Pro League 2019, participated in the Free Fire World Championship 2019, and won the Free Fire America Cup in 2020.