Perhaps the biggest viewership to date, Fortnite lit up on Twitch with more than 1 million viewers tuning in to the first ever Fortnite Pro-Am competition with $3M at stake to give to charity. The players are separated into duos, making this an exciting matchup of unlikely partners battling each other for a chance to donate to their desired charity and for bragging rights.
June 12 was a day of triumph for Epic Games’ massively successful Battle Royale game, Fortnite. Continue reading “Fortnite Shows Up in E3 with a Charity Competition Featuring Celebrities”
It was a day filled with fun, competition and lots of laughter up in Ninja’s channel. You would think it’s the usual shindig but this time around, it was a special day: Tyler Blevins hosted an event called “Ninja Vegas 2018” in the eSports Arena up in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Now you’re probably wondering, “Wait, Ninja rented the Esports Arena just for some Fortnite session?” You bet your ass he did. What do you expect from a guy who is the #1 Twitch streamer right now who banks in $500,000 every month plus donations and merchandise profit? The man is a Rockstar in the Twitch platform and in the battle royale game Fortnite all in all. On that same day, he once again broke records for viewership, peaking at 667,000 views—making it the largest audience count for a solo streamer, breaking his previous highest peak of that game night with rap-sensation Drake, which was 630,000.
Continue reading “Ninja Breaks Records Again With 680,000 Views”
On April 4, 2018, the global sensation battle royale game, Fortnite, has released new updates for v3.4, on top of their already refreshing patch that included Easter skins and weapons: the vending machines, a First Shot Accuracy system for bullet-type weapons, and the Raven skin set.
On April 5, 2018, Top Twitch star Tyler “Ninja” Blevins gave his audience a good taste of the latest patch. “This outfit is sick, dude” he uttered after purchasing it for 2000 v-bucks. With him is another great Fortnite player, Hysteria, to play duo matches for the whole stream, who also bought the Raven skin set. Now Ninja has a mate to reap the island off of plebs and tryhards. Continue reading “Ninja Becomes the Angel of Death, Spits Hot Fire with His Own Rap”
Ninja: a name anyone on Twitch is familiar with, whether it’s the audience or the streaming entertainer themselves. Regarded as the “#1 Twitch streamer right now” according to socialblade.com, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is currently at the top of his game, most notably on his live streams on the widely popular game so far in 2018, Fortnite.
Many consider him as the best Fortnite player around and based on the live streams I have witnessed since I’ve subscribed to him last January 2018, I can totally see why. You may love him or hate him, but Ninja does a hell of a fantastic job playing the battle royale game. It’s like he knows everything about it; from the mechanics to the map layout, the strategies to apply during gunfights and accurate analytics. He sees the game as elementary in a good way— in a fun way, to be exact. Continue reading “Just How Good is Ninja on Fortnite?”