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Mixer paid Ninja between $ 20 and $ 30 million

In August 2019 the well-known streamer Tyler Blevins (known as Ninja) signed an exclusive contract with Mixer, leaving Twitch and bringing his huge audience with him. It was clear that Microsoft had paid ...
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Microsoft - Mike Ybarra leaves the company after 20 years

Microsoft and the Xbox brand say goodbye to Mike Ybarra. Ybarra leaves the company after a career spanning 20 years. If you are an Xbox fan you certainly know Mike Ybarra, one of the key figures of the brand ...

Ninja explains the reasons that led him to switch from Twitch to Mixer

Ninja's manager and wife explained the reasons that led the famous Ninja streamer to abandon Twitch in favor of Mixer.

Discord enters the world of streaming

Discord announced that it will soon implement a feature that will allow it to stream its games directly from the computer's desktop app.

Animal Crossing: an Xbox controller helps a player

In 2018 Microsoft released a particular version of its Xbox One controller to meet the needs of the public with motor disabilities ....

Mario Kart Tour, Yoshi Tour announced

Little is missing at the end of the Hammer Bro Tour on Mario Kart Tour, and Nintendo has already anticipated on Twitter what will be the next destination of the ...

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