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Ninja’s Mixer Livestream Debut Beat His Average Twitch Viewer Count – IGN

Ninja’s Mixer Livestream Debut Beat His Average Twitch Viewer Count – IGN

Tyler “Ninja” Blevins made his Mixer debut today, streaming six hours of Fortnite Battle Royale to an average of 65,000 viewers. A much higher viewer count than what the streamer has been averaging recently on Twitch.Ninja, a massively popular Fortnite player and livestreamer, announced yesterday that he will be streaming exclusively on Mixer going forward.…
Ninja’s 80,000 Mixer viewers show that he’s bigger than just Twitch

Ninja’s 80,000 Mixer viewers show that he’s bigger than just Twitch

Tyler “Ninja” Blevins — the Fortnite livestreamer and all-around entertainer — had his first exclusive broadcast on Microsoft’s Mixer platform; in the moments before his broadcast officially began, the number of people watching his stream crossed 50,000 and 60,000 people to land, in its first moments, somewhere around 76,000 sets of eyes. (It grew to…
What is Mixer, Ninja’s new exclusive streaming home?

What is Mixer, Ninja’s new exclusive streaming home?

Tyler “Ninja” Blevins said goodbye to Twitch today, announcing that he is moving exclusively to the Microsoft-owned streaming platform Mixer. But what, exactly, is Mixer? It’s not a household name in the same way that Twitch and YouTube are, and its user base is much smaller than the aforementioned sites. Mixer, which was originally called…

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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] announced – Gematsu

Publishers Aksys Games and Arc System Works, and developer French-Bread announced Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] following the Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] grand finals at EVO 2019. It will launch in early 2020. Platforms for the fighting game were not announced, but its existence first leaked back in May via ratings for PlayStation 4 and Switch…

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