Antonio Guevarra, aka Antronixx G, is a famous Mexican Free Fire content creator who became known for uploading gameplay videos and other content related to the game. Because of this, he has amassed millions of fans and followers across the globe. Antonio has played 7,528 solo games and has won 973 matches, with a win rate of 12.92%.
Antronixx G has also participated in 7883 squad games and has been successful on 2,224 occasions, with a win rate of 28.21%. But these stats go back to October 2022 and will continue to change as he continues to play more matches. Apart from his 8.77 million subscribers on YouTube, he also enjoys over 3 million followers on Instagram. Some of his prominent campaigns are with Apple Inc., Nike, and Beyblade.
In one of his YouTube videos, he featured the iPhone 11 Pro Max and tested it for playing FREE FIRE. All iPhone Pro Max models are fully equipped with powerful processors that can handle the most graphically intensive mobile games. Both the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have an A13 Bionic processor. They have three internal storage options: 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB, plus 4GB of RAM. Both models also are rated IP68 water and dust-resistant. They can last up to 30 minutes at a depth of 4 meters.
Garena FREE FIRE
Having achieved fame uploading FREE FIRE gameplay videos, it was no surprise that Antonio received his very own customised, FREE FIRE shoes from Nike Air Jordan. The packaging in itself was exquisite. Apart from the shoes, he also received an amazing pair of FREE FIRE socks, stickers, and a greeting card from Garena FREE FIRE. Congratulating him for being one of their most exclusive influencers of the game. The shoes were a perfect combination of black and blue with his YouTube name Antronixx inscribed on the side.
He also featured BEYBLADE in one of his YouTube videos wherein he and his friends tested the original toys with pirated ones. Beyblade is a line of spinning-top toys that were originally developed by Takara. It was first released in Japan back in July 1999, together with its debut series. After Takara’s merger with Tomy in 2006, Beyblades are now developed by Takara Tomy.