Garena collaborates with Capcom to introduce ‘Street Fighter 5’ characters and content in FreeFire

Garena  is joining hands with Capcom for Street Fighter 5 as part of the partnership Street Fighter 5 characters to be featured in  Free Fire.

The collaboration includes Street Fighter’s mascot characters Ryu and Chun-Li to appear on Free Fire will with some exclusive added content with camo and new activities.

“Street Fighter revolutionised fighting video games. It is a franchise many of us grew up with, playing as its iconic characters like Ryu and Chun-Li.Bringing a part of Street Fighter into Free Fire and welcoming Ryu and Chun-Li to Bermuda is something our players will enjoy,” said Free Fire producer Harold Teo to IGN SEA.

Check out the trailer and get the glimpse of Street Fighter-added skins.


Garena is amazed after witnessing Free Fire’s popularity at the Free Fire World Series(FFWS) 2021 tournament. As per Esports Charts, FFWS 2021 was one of the most successful esports events for Free Fire, and it has garnered 5,414,953 viewers, and an average of 2,087,307 viewers.

And the success journey of the game isn’t without rocky routes, the Bangladesh government is apparently aiming to ban the game along with PUBG Mobile. As per Bangladesh-based publication Daily Manab Zamin  several government bodies have recommended removing PUBG Mobile and Free Fire from the country, as these games not only making kids addicted but they also are violent in nature.

As per Republic,   Bangladesh Mobile Phone Users Association president Mohiuddin Ahmed has expressed that “While we are relentlessly working to get the next generation of young people to have access to high-speed internet, the next generation has gone astray by abusing technology, which has made us think.”

On the other hand Garena is constantly working on to tie up with the prominent brands like Capcom, to reach out to more players and to climb up the peak. Recently it has announced its  collaborations to bring international football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and Japanese anime series Attack on Titan into Free Fire.