Where Does Ninja Stream Now – Ninja New Streaming Platform is Youtube.
One of the biggest names in streaming is heading to YouTube. Today, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins started streaming on Google’s platform, finding a new home after the surprise closure of Microsoft’s Mixer.
Ninja teased the stream earlier today in a tweet, and started his new YouTube venture with a Fortnite stream alongside Dr Lupo, TimTheTatman, and Courage. It’s not clear yet whether this is an exclusive deal, or if Ninja will feature on other platforms, like Twitch, as well. Today’s stream was his first-ever on YouTube. Read Full Story
Breaking: @Ninja has officially moved to YouTube Gaming for livestreaming, after Mixer shutdown.
His first stream is in 30 minutes 👀 pic.twitter.com/7NqBCS61th
— DEXERTO.COM (@Dexerto) July 8, 2020
Ninja has officially moved over to streaming on YouTube!
In my opinion this is a great decision as he can grow both his streams and the videos he makes on YouTube while not having to redirect people to 50 different platforms. https://t.co/o2ZIC2QOIv
— FireMonkey • Fortnite Intel 🎄 (@iFireMonkey) July 8, 2020
— Stream Hatchet (@StreamHatchet) July 8, 2020
Initial hype is not always an accurate indicator of long term success. Ninja’s first Mixer stream peaked at nearly 100k. Months later his Mixer streams barely broke 10k.
With that said, he’s definitely going to do a ton better at YouTube (or Twitch).
Ninja has more to gain from YouTube than twitch of Facebook. Think of all the companies who work with YouTube that would be at the disposal of ninja to work with. Ninja can be family friendly and himself at the same time. He can pump videos like it’s candy.
Not to burst your bubble… lolol! But ya i can see him staying on YouTube over twitch.. or since he got alot of money from mixer he can do both freely with no contract. pic.twitter.com/5WqwoLq4bg
— chopydave (@davechopy) July 8, 2020
I think this underscores the importance of creators diversifying early. Because Ninja uploaded his videos to YouTube, he gained ~24M subs where he wasn’t streaming.
He gambled with Mixer, got a big bag, it didn’t work out & now his YT audience grows just to watch live content.
— Shardul (@shardulgo) July 8, 2020
No I never said that he was going to brime I was tweeting the story and showing the story and was saying that the reason why it’s believable is because they haven’t made a decision yet but on my podcast I said it was a foolish move in last image shroud and doctor we’re investing
— Handikillcam 👨🦽 (@HandiKillcam) July 8, 2020
Ninja pulling in 100k on youtube rn must feel good doing it to I wanna see what he pulls on twitch https://t.co/8xpqFMnd7m
— Vision (@Visiondary) July 8, 2020
NINJA IS LIVE ON YOUTUBE
ACCORDING TO HIS TWITTER THIS WILL BE HIS FIRST EVER STREAM ON YOUTUBE.
THIS ALSO BEING HIS FIRST STREAM SINCE MIXER ANNOUNCED IT’S SHUTTING DOWN.
— OMEGA 🦉 (@xOMEGAOW1) July 8, 2020