Free Fire Max Booyah Watch to Win Event

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Free Fire Max Booyah Watch to Win Event
Free Fire Max Booyah Watch to Win Event

Free Fire Max Booyah Watch to Win Event: We are into the first week of June as the game officials have introduced yet another Booyah event for the players. Meanwhile, fans will be able to claim exclusive rewards by just watching clips. Basically, the new Watch to Win event features rewards like One finger Push up emote, Sensei Tig, Pirate’s Straw Hat, and many more. So, let’s know more about the new Free Fire Booyah Watch to win Event in detail.

Free Fire Max Booyah Watch to Win Event: Get pets, emotes and more for free by watching clips, More Details. 

Basically, Free Fire Max Booyah rewards can create a great atmosphere among the fans. That’s why Garena officials often introduce these kinds of exciting events. Meanwhile, the new Booyah event is already live in-game and will be available until 8th June 2022. Mainly, individuals need to watch the booyah videos and obtain these rewards for absolutely free. The available rewards are One finger Push up emote, Sensei Tig, Pirate’s Straw Hat, and many more. As usual, they need to watch any of the Booyah live for an hour to avail the rewards.

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Free Fire Max Buoy Watch to Win Event See More Details on Free Fire Max Buoy Watch to Win Event

However, they must follow a specific step-by-step process to obtain those amazing rewards. Firstly, they have to open the game and visit the event section. Thereafter, they have to click the news section that is at the top right corner of the screen. Thereafter, they have to click the “Go-To” button. Now, they should press the login button annd watch booyah videos.

Finally, users can claim all the available rewards by watching those clips for at least 60 minutes. So, that’s all about the event.

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