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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 ...

Ninja explains why he chose Fortnite rather than Apex Legends

Ninja, one of the most famous streamer in the world, explained the reasons that led him to devote himself to Fortnite rather than Apex Legends.

Fortnite, Lady Gaga unleashes the web with tweets

Nice tweet exchange between Lady Gaga and some VIPs, including Ninja, after a series of answers triggered by the singer's question "What's fortnight"

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.

Ninja among the "100 most influential people of the 2019"

This year, in the famous list compiled as usual by Time, that of "100 most influential people", Ninja managed to carve out his place. The famous streamer is flanked on the personality list ...

Fortnite, the famous Ninja streamer loses the game and consequently the stirrups

The famous Ninja streamer, after losing a game right away, unleashed his frustration on opponents and teammates.

Apex Legends: EA paid Ninja $ 1 million to promote the game?

Apex Legends, right from the launch, immediately made a name for itself both through the media and the influencers, the latter in close contact with EA in the activities of promoting the titles. And the streamer ...

Ninja criticizes parents who are detoxifying their children from Fortnite

Fortnite, willy-nilly, is one of the most famous games in the world, with millions of players and record takings for Epic Games, who found his chicken with golden eggs. With this...

Ninja, the first professional gamer on ESPN

Whoever follows Fortnite knows perfectly the name of Ninja, nickname of Tyler Blevins, one of the most famous gamer in the world at the moment. After setting records on record on Twitch (more views ...

Ninja Vegas 2018: viewer record on Twitch

On the last weekend Twitch star Tyler "Ninja" Blevins organized a Fortnite tournament with a name at least as self-centered: Ninja Vegas 2018. Anyone could participate in the tournament by buying the ticket and trying to conquer ...

Artifact, Beta 2.0 announced

With an announcement in the related section on Steam, Valve has announced the imminent departure of a closed beta for the relaunch of Artifact. The card game, ...

A modder creates a portable Nintendo 64

If you hang out often in the console modding community, you have already heard of GManModz. This guy has various projects on his resume including ...

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