The most followed streamer on the Amazon's gaming platform Twitch, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, is already getting negative reactions after he announced that he'll be leaving the platform for Microsoft's streaming service, Mixer. "Mixer provides me with more ways to connect with my community".
Now that @Ninja is free to talk about any twitch partners without repercussions how fantastic would it be if he gave his opinions on Alinity throwing her cat 1st stream on Mixer??? Analytics firm Streamlabs estimated earlier in 2019 that Mixer has around 69,000 streamers, compared to Twitch's 1.5 million. I'll be streaming on Mixer full-time now and I'm honestly at a loss for words. "We've cherished watching Ninja on Twitch over time and are happy with all that he's completed for himself and his household, and the gaming neighborhood", Twitch mentioned in a press release.
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"We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavours". However, Mixer has had a tough go of it with competition from the industry leader, Twitch, as well as other tech giants like Google (YouTube) and Facebook. Within the same day of Ninja's announcement, Twitch removed the verification checkmark on his channel. Instead, he can build Mixer in the image he wants for himself - becoming the streamer he has always wanted to be. "With Mixer, I get to further engage with the tools on the platform, which I am excited about".
Ninja will leave more than 14 million followers behind on Twitch, along with a large number of paid subscribers.
Ninja began his streaming career eight years ago as a "Halo" player, before turning into a cultural phenomenon best known for playing "Fortnite". After some competitive success with battle royale games H1Z1 and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, he broke into the mainstream as the face of Fortnite a year ago.
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However, Tfue is hot on his tail and is less than 70,000 followers behind - boasting a 6,714,462 million following of his own.
Blevins routinely broadcasts with other pro gamers, including friends Ben "DrLupo" Lupo, Jack "CouRage" Dunlop and Tim "TimtheTatman" Betar. All this, it should be emphasized, without a single stream or even a video presentation being uploaded to the channel.
"I think the moment I knew I won [the World Cup] was when I got one of the zones that played for me in my favor", Bugha said in an interview with ESPN's Outside the Lines. Ninja's arrival will help boost the platform's visibility but its unclear whether Ninja's millions of fans will follow him to Mixer. He has a lucrative new deal to serve as an exclusive streamer on Mixer.
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So why did Ninja move from Twitch to Mixer?