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He isn’t the first to get famous from playing videogames, but Ninja (AKA Tyler Blevins) has popularized the activity to unprecedented levels. His move from Twitch to Microsoft streaming platform Mixer brought a million subscribers in a matter of days, and he’s said to make $500K monthly from streaming games like battle royale behemoth “Fortnite.” Boasting more than 22 million subs on YouTube in addition to 14.8 million on Instagram. Ninja has previously partnered with Red Bull, Samsung and Uber Eats, opened 2019 with a marathon New Year’s livestream in Times Square and just released “Get Good,” his first book for aspiring gamers that covers his decade’s worth of experience across Esports and streaming.


  • Twitch
  • Fortnite
  • Mixer
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Ninja Announces Ninja's New Year Marathon Stream

Ninja Announces Ninja's New Year Marathon Stream

Popular Twitch streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins has announced Ninja's New Year, a marathon Twitch stream where Ninja plans to ring in the new year by streaming for 12 hours straight.Blevins took to TwitchCon 2018 to detail his plans for the upcoming celebration. The lengthy stream will find Ninja, partnering with Red Bull, counting down to the new year live from Times Square in New York City starting at 4:00 PM ET on New Year's Eve through 4:00 AM ET on...


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