Free Fire is full of news with the arrival of Ryu and Chun-Li from Street Fighter

Garena influencers: Maah Lopez, Weedzão, Robertinha, Murilo Shooow, and Peuzada will command the videos on the official Free Fire channels

The Garena announced on Monday, a global collaboration with Capcom to bring the contents of the Street Fighter V for Free Fire.

As revealed by Garena, through a statement, the crossover unites two of the biggest successes in the gaming industry.

In addition, the action reaffirms Garena’s strategy of creating new gaming experiences for the community through collaborations with some of the most beloved brands in the world.

Here Comes a New Challenger! Street Fighter arrives at Free Fire in July.

Free Fire players will be able to see the Street Fighter big names Ryu and Chun-Li when the collaboration becomes available in July.

The characters will be accompanied by lots of unique content and experiences, including a new game interface version, new activities, and many themed collectibles.

Also according to the information, Garena’s collaboration with Capcom is based on its strategy of continuing to expand the game experience with the most recognized brands in the world.

More recently, Garena announced collaborations to bring soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and the Japanese anime series Attack on Titan to the game.

Hosted by Maah Lopez, Airdrop is a weekly news program with the latest in the game.

Focused on bringing fundamental tips about the game, the program ‘Follow the Master’ will be presented by Peuzada, a professional player from Team Liquid.

As revealed, scheduled for release on April 29, at 7 pm, ‘Segue o Mestre’ will be broadcast monthly on YouTube.

The biweekly program presented by Weedzão and Robertinha will be focused on answering questions from the community and showing the talents of the game’s fans.

Also according to the information, MuriloShooow reacts and comments on the ‘best’ worst clips in the community, that is, those most incredible and unusual moves.

Scheduled for its premiere on May 5, at 7 pm, Video Platinas will be a fortnightly program on YouTube.

With information from MSN Entertainment and Metro World News