Ninja has announced that he will now stream exclusively for Mixer

Aug 01 2019 1 min read

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One of the most popular players and streamers of our time, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins said that starting from August 1, he leaves Twitch in connection with the contract with Microsoft. Now his broadcasts will be held exclusively for the Mixer platform. Ninja has already assured the fans that switching to another streaming service will not affect the quality and direction of his content. 

Tyler started his career in 2011 and managed to become the most popular Twitch streamer in 2018 due to the audience's interest in Fortnite. He currently has 14.7 million subscribers and more than 478 million views on the channel. 

 Microsoft's acquisition of several third-party game dev studios as Ninja Theory, Obsidian Entertainment and Double Fine, and now the aggressive promotion of Mixer clearly illustrates that the company has decided to take the game development direction seriously. At least, it will be curious to see how the platform will success in means of the viewer attendance in connection with the new deal.


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