YouTube gaming sensation Desi Gamers aka Amit Sharma releases his first music video ‘Sapne’

Dynamic, sedulous and prominent gaming YouTuber Amit Sharma, well known as Desi Gamers, took to his social media handles to release the poster of his first-ever music video. With more than 12.5 million subscribers, flourishing YouTuber Amit Sharma released his first music video ‘Sapne’ on 30 April 2022 in collaboration with singer Abhi Payla. This music video is available for the audience on his YouTube channel.

Primarily popular for playing Free Fire, Amit started his YouTube career back in May 2015. Starting steadily, he got his major hit being India’s Frontline representative in Garena Free Fire, the most downloaded game of 2020. Today, he owns four YouTube Channels other than Desi Gamers – Desi Army (3.48 Million subscribers), Desi Gamers Esports (80.4 K Subscribers), Amit Sharma (540K Subscribers) and DG Shorts (13K Subscribers). 

Hailing from Siliguri, Kolkata, Desi Gamers has become a well-known gaming content creator with 12.5M+ subscribers on YouTube for playing the popular battle royale game, Free Fire. He is popularly known for creating humorous series with few Indian political characters in the foreground. In his series, Amit can be seen mimicking renowned political leaders like Rahul Gandhi, Narender Modi, and Arvind Kejriwal.

Desi Gamers aka Amit commented on his first music video, “While growing up, I often listened to upbeat music. The idea of making a music video of my own and gratifying my audience has always been on my mind since I reached 10M. This is my personal gift to my fans. I’m really excited and hope the video appeals to my audience. It’s an expression of my journey that I want people to know and to motivate them to go after their dreams and one day get there. Unlike many, I did not see success overnight. It took me six years to get established as a YouTube gamer. Via this video, I want to highlight that the struggle is part and parcel of life. The only key to dealing with it is to never give up.”