LOUD is a Brazilian eSports team dedicated to creating a brand centered on game content. Founded on February 28, 2019 by influencer Bruno "PlayHard" Bittencourt and entrepreneurs Jean Ortega and Matthew Ho, LOUD has grown to become one of the world's most prominent organizations, becoming the first esports team to exceed 1 billion views on YouTube.
The squad has one of the strongest fan bases in Brazilian eSports and is sometimes referred to as the "Brazilian FaZe Clan", owing to its significant concentration on content development. This has resulted in what is known as the "LOUD Effect", which states that when a player or personality joins the organization, the person's social media following skyrockets in a very short period of time. Bianca "Thaiga” Lula is a fantastic illustration of this. In the 24 hours following her announcement at the organization, she gained over 800,000 Instagram followers and increased from 250,000 to over 1 million. The same thing happened on YouTube, where it went from 110 thousand to 805 thousand subscribers.
|DOB (Age)||February 28, 2019|
|DOJ (YouTube)||February 9th, 2019|
|Net Worth||$3.53 million|
LOUD, an influential mobile gaming group founded on February 28, 2019, by Bruno “PlayHard” Bittencourt, began with a Free Fire team and expanded to Fortnite in 2020. Riot Brasil announced LOUD as one of the teams chosen to compete in the Brazilian League of Legends Championship (CBLOL) beginning with the 2021 season in October 2020. In 2022, LOUD announced its arrival into Valorant with a pre-assembled lineup led by Gustavo “Sacy” Rossi and Matias “Saadhak” Delipetro.
“A PRIMEIRA RANQUEADA DO SQUAD DA LOUD NO FREE FIRE!!!” or “THE FIRST RANKED LOUD SQUAD ON FREE FIRE!!!” is the oldest available video on the LOUD channel. In the video, Coringa, Vini, Mob and Braddock, who are members of the organization, play the first-ranked game of Garena Free Fire with each other.
LOUD currently has numerous titles in its Hall. Being the current champion of the LBFF 7 (LIGA BRASILEIRA DE FREE FIRE), they won their second title for the game in 2022, the first being in 2020, when they won the COPA AMERICA in a dominant manner. In 2021 they competed in the FFWS (FREE FIRE WORLD SERIES), the largest Free Fire championship in the world, taking second place, losing to Phoenix and being the second team to have the best result in a world championship.
In Valorant, LOUD is still imposing and giving their opponents a lot of competition, winning the championship in the first and second Split of VCT BR in 2022, even competing in the Reykjavik Masters Final in Denmark versus OpTic in 2022, and coming strong for the franchise system proposed by RIOT for 2023.
In Fortnite, major personalities like Leonardo “Leleo” Arcanjo and Vinicius “Frosty” contributed multiple titles to the organization, and they just played the FNCS Invitational in Raleigh, North Carolina, Riot’s official tournament in 2022.
The lineup of League of Legends, after multiple reformulations, got the predicted outcome for the 2nd Split of CBLOL, 2022. This helped them gain entrance to the Plays off, getting 4th place with more than 5 consecutive victories, bringing a sparkle in the eyes of fans to the first LOL Title.
According to Net Worth Spot, LOUD is worth $3.53 million as of August 2022. The LOUD channel receives 8.53 million views each month and about 284.17 thousand views every day. YouTube monetized channels can make $3 to $7 per thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, the LOUD YouTube channel produces $34.1 thousand in ad revenue per month and $511.51 thousand per year.
LOUD could earn almost $920.72 thousand per year if things go well. LOUD is expected to have additional revenue streams. Sponsorships, affiliate commissions, product sales, and speaking engagements may produce far more cash than advertisements.
Bruno Bittencourt founded the organization along with entrepreneurs Jean Ortega and Matthew Ho.
Bruno Oliveira Bittencourt (born March 10, 1994) is a Brazilian YouTuber and entrepreneur best known as PlayHard. He is regarded as a mobile game pioneer and one of the key figures in Garena Free Fire. PlayHard, who graduated in computer science, did not have family support at the start of his profession. He launched his YouTube account in 2014. PlayHard was nominated for the eSports Brazil Awards for the Personality of the Year category in 2020, and he was named one of Forbes Brazil's 30 Under 30 in 2019.
LOUD is active on many social media platforms and has a massive following on all of them.
On Twitch, they have a following of over 258k users. However, as of August 2022, they haven’t streamed in a while.
On Instagram, they have a following of over 1.5 million people. Their posts include photos and videos of their members.
On Twitter, they have a following of over 1.5 million users and get several likes and retweets.
On TikTok, they are followed by over 8.3 million people with over 120 million likes. They post short comedic sketches made by the members of the team.
LOUD uploads videos weekly on their channel. Their videos generally receive hundreds of thousands of views, with the occasional video crossing half a million views. Their channel mainly comprises vlogs, discussions and challenge videos. They also post YouTube shorts which are usually clips of their videos.
This is a music video for the song “I’m from LOUD”. This is their most watched video and, as of August 2022, has over 45 million views.
In this video, LOUD Thurzin plays Garena Free Fire along with the rest of the clan.
The members of LOUD play the “Handcuffed for 24 hours” challenge.
This is a music video for the song “Play These Guys No Trap”.
A. As per SocialBlade, LOUD makes $2.5K - $40.1K per month and $30K - $480.7K per year from their YouTube channel.
A. LOUD have officially competed in Valorant, Fortnite, League of Legends and Garena Free Fire.
A. LOUD is referred to as the Brazilian FaZe due to their heavy focus on creating content.