The theme song is meant to inspire the teams that are representing the MENA region at the ongoing Free Fire World Series (FFWS) 2021 in Singapore.
Egyptian superstar Mohamed Ramadan, who recently became the first playable Arab gaming character through his collaboration with Garena Free Fire, has released a music video to encourage regional players at a gaming world series.
The song, titled The Champion, touches upon the need to work hard, embracing all the challenges and obstacles, and overcoming them to become a champion in Garena Free Fire, just like real life.
The exclusive theme song is meant to inspire the teams that are representing the MENA region at the ongoing Free Fire World Series (FFWS) 2021 in Singapore.
Ramadan said: ”When people speak to me about the success I have achieved in life, I always tell them that it’s a result of all the hard work. I have put into chasing my desire and ambition to be the best at whatever I do – be it acting, music or anything in life in general. Fame, success, and money have all been just a by-product of my hard work and that’s what I want to convey to all my fans through this song. Determination and perseverance are the key factors needed to be a champion in real life. Trust in God is a success.”
Ramadan, who co-produced the song added: ”I hope the song will inspire both MENA teams to do their best and be proud of their achievements, regardless of the result. I wish VIP Esports & DEA the best of luck – do MENA proud at the World Series!”
Composed by RedOne and Adil Khayat, the English chorus of the soundtrack is sung by Frankie J while the English lyrics were written by RedOne and Arabic lyrics written by Ahmed Inzaghi.
The release of The Champion comes a few months after Mohamed Ramadan’s nomination in the Listeners Choice category of the 2021 MTV Africa Music Awards. Most recently, the Egyptian star also performed in the virtual Africa Day concert, produced by MTV Base Africa, having been featured as part of the Artist Spotlight.
Saadallah Djamal Eddine, Captain of VIP Esports, commented: ”We are motivated after receiving such encouragement from Mohamed Ramadan, we can’t believe it. It is a few days to the biggest day of our esports lives and listening to The Champion song will be a huge inspiration for us. The song will definitely be on repeat over the next few days!”
The finals will be held on Sunday, May 30.