Bigo Live Starts Game Streaming In The U.S. For Fortnite Box Fighting Championship

Bigo Live, the global live streaming platform is all set to begin game streaming in the United States as the live streaming partner and the official sponsor through launching Gaming House 2020 with Fortnite Streamers at Kungarna with a Box Fighting Championship Fortnite Tournament partnering Repeat.GG

• Box Fighting Championship: Box Fighting Championship Fortnite Tournament offers fast-moving action-packed with high tier mechanical shooting and playmaking to provide entertainment to the Fortnite audience.

• The Fortnite Guy: Professional player who established his career in Overwatch playing of team Splyce in 2019, started the organization called Kungarna featuring World’s Cup’s top players.

• it produces the world’s largest mechanized tournaments for cash and prizes in gaming.

The worldwide leader in live streaming, Bigo Live had recently made an announcement that it will get into the gaming zone of the U.S. as it is launching Gaming House 2020, where Bigo Live aims to offer a platform for gaming giants to get access to mainstream audiences mainly outside of their reach.

This initiative taken off with a Bigo Live streaming championship event organized by Box Fighting Championship promoting a wide-reaching Fortnite tournament with many known names in the esport community, such as The Fortnite Guy and partners to Kungarna, the scoreboard of the tournament is managed by

This exhaustive tournament series presents streamers who participate in unrelenting battle royales on Fortnite. Gamers streaming their Fortnite adventures on Bigo Live have a golden chance to win prices amounting to $5,000 on a weekly basis. There have been many participants in the contest including famous Fortnite streamers who are actively participating in the event along with the members of Kungarna- an esport organization headed by The Fortnite Guy, the top Fortnite streamer on the internet.

The users of Bigo Live can easily enjoy the event by simply logging into the app and clicking the “tournament” icon in the section of the new Games. Followers and gamers can communicate with each other outside of the stream using distinctive features of Bigo Live that lets users share images, posts, and videos with each other.

Vice President of BIGO Technology, Mike Ong said that there is a vast streaming community in the gaming space and Bigo Live is thrilled to offer another platform to users for broadcasting on mobile and engaging with their followers at the same time. He also stated that it is a significant achievement for Bigo Live to introduce a gaming initiative in the U.S. and especially during the time when people are living in isolation and craving human interaction. Gaming is the best way to unite together and the possibility to stream with followers and friends on their phones paves way for exciting and memorable experiences with no need to go anywhere.

In May, Bigo Live rolled-out the pilot of this program in the U.S. and got around a half million viewers. Featured Influencer, The Fortnite Guy, obtained approximately 3,000 viewers at once, and just in the duration of one month, it managed to collect 30,000 followers on Bigo Live.

Mike Ong further said that Bigo Live has provided a unique opportunity to game streamers where they can be awarded gifts from the audiences that can eventually be turned into real currency. Game streamers can earn money just by doing what they enjoy: interact with their audiences and stream their gaming antics.

In order to take part in the tournament, game streamers will be required to sign up on and download the Bigo Live app. As soon as they are ready to stream, they will need to let their audience know and stream their Fortnite play for a minimum of two hours collectively in a week. Audiences can watch the championship by logging into the Bigo Live app and clicking the icon named “BFC” ft. Fortnite in the game section. For further inquiries, visit

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