Free Fire ID, stats, monthly income, true name, and more for Boss Official


Yash Vardhan, popularly known as Boss Official, has been uploading Free Fire-related films on a regular basis for over two years and has earned a reputation in the Indian Free Fire community.

The gamer is known for his entertaining comments, and in the last month, he has gained 50k subscribers. In the same timeframe, the number of views has climbed by more than 9.715 million.

In Free Fire, what is the ID of the Boss Official and what are his stats?
Free Fire ID 90583691 is Boss Official’s. In Free Fire, the user’s metrics are:

Lifetime stats

He has 28k kills in squad games alone (Image via Free Fire)

Boss Official has participated in 9884 squad games, winning 2831 of them, giving him a win percentage of 28.64 percent. He has killed a total of 28433 opponents, giving him a kill-to-death ratio of 4.03.

In 1509 pair bouts, the YouTuber has collected 271 Booyahs, equal to a win rate of 17.95 percent. He has 4717 frags in his collection, giving him a K/D ratio of 3.81.

Finally, the internet sensation has appeared in 3504 solo games, winning 757 of them for a victory percentage of 21.60 percent. He has a K/D ratio of 4.83 after 13263 eliminations.

Ranked stats

His K/D ratio exceeds 10 in the duo matches (Image via Free Fire)

Yash has appeared in 42 squad games this ranking season, winning 19 of them for a 45.23 percent victory rate. He has a K/D ratio of 7.26 and 167 frags against his name in these games.

The creator has played in five duo matchups and has gone unbeaten in two of them, giving him a win rate of 40%. He has 31 kills on the season, with a K/D ratio of 10.33.

His growth in last month (Image via Social Blade)

Through the Boss Official YouTube channel, Yash is predicted to make between $2.4K and $38.9K every month. The annual revenue is anticipated to be between $29.1K and $466.3K. (Source: Social Blade).

The oldest video on the Boss Official channel was uploaded in August of this year, and Yash currently has over 380 uploads. He has gradually grown his subscriber base to 2.42 million people. The overall number of views, on the other hand, has now topped 188.44 million.

Since it was uploaded in January of this year, his single most-watched video has had almost 17 million views.

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