In October 2021, B2Free K’s Fire ID number, lifetime stats, real name, monthly profits, and more

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Fans of mobile battle royale games rave about Free Fire. It has a large following, which has resulted in the rise of various well-known content providers on platforms such as YouTube, Booyah, and others. Moez Mansouri, alias Born2Kill (B2K), is a popular YouTuber with a large global audience.

The gamer is well renowned for his incredible gameplay highlights, which are quite entertaining to watch. On his main channel, he has 8.24 million subscribers and 529 million views combined.

What are the numbers and statistics for B2Free K’s Fire ID?

The Free Fire ID number for B2K (Born2Kill) is 320653047. The following are the player’s Free Fire stats:

Lifetime stats

B2K has maintained a K/D ratio of 7.07 in the lifetime squad games (Image via Free Fire)
In the lifetime squad games, B2K has a K/D ratio of 7.07. (Image via Free Fire)

In 140 squad encounters, B2K has earned 33 Booyahs, with a win rate of 23.57 percent. The YouTuber has a K/D ratio of 10.14 after recording 1085 frags.

B2K has won two out of 27 duo games, giving them a 7.40 percent victory rate. At a K/D ratio of 6.44, he has eliminated 161 opponents.

This season, Born2Kill has yet to appear in a single ranked solo game.

Note: As new Free Fire games are released, B2statistics K’s will change.

B2K has won two out of 27 duo games, giving them a 7.40 percent victory rate. At a K/D ratio of 6.44, he has eliminated 161 opponents.

This season, Born2Kill has yet to appear in a single ranked solo game.

Income

B2K has gained 16 million views in the last month (Image via Social Blade)
In the last month, B2K has received 16 million views (Image via Social Blade)

According to the Social Blade website, Born2Kill’s major YouTube channel profits range from $4.1K to $65.6K. The yearly projections are in the $49.2K to $787.7K range.

YouTube channel

Moez and Walid, a brother combination, own the Born2Kill YouTube channel, which has over 8.24 million subscribers. The channel includes over 407 videos, with the earliest Free Fire video dating back over two years.




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