Popular Streamer Ninja Jumps To YouTube
Video game streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins was in talks with multiple streaming platforms after Mixer was shut down by Microsoft, where Ninja had signed an exclusive streaming deal.
Last week, the immensely popular Fortnite streamer went live on YouTube, who he is in talks with about an exclusive deal. There were 100,000 concurrent viewers watching late Wednesday.
FIRST YOUTUBE STREAM EVER THIS IS LIT https://t.co/r3BxaPPabY
— Ninja (@Ninja) July 8, 2020
There have been rumors of Ninja possibly returning to Twitch, after he left them for Mixer. After Microsoft announced that they will be shutting the platform down later this month, Ninja was given the freedom to stream anywhere he pleases, at least for now.