Tyler Blevins AKA Ninja is regarded as a role model in the broadcasting and gaming industries. The majority of his accomplishments occurred during his peak period of playing and broadcasting Fortnite. Unfortunately, it can’t be said that his audience has decreased since he stopped.
With that being said out of the way from his past, we can safely anticipate that Ninja will be back on the rise. Many gamers and prominent broadcasters have predicted that Fortnite will make a comeback, larger than ever, as Epic Games prepares to add Unreal modding to the game and that is one of the things you need to prepare yourself for.
Ninja can also prove his detractors wrong with the return of Fortnite.
FaZe Clan CEO Lee Trink previously stated that Ninja has passed his peak, however, statistics from Ninja’s latest Twitch streams and YouTube videos show otherwise.
Ninja’s fans are overjoyed as he returns to producing Fortnite content.
A quick glance at Ninja’s YouTube account reveals and clearly states that his Fortnite videos receive far more attention than his Warzone or League of Legends videos. Frankly, his video titled “My Return to Fortnite” has unexpectedly received over 2.6 million views in just two months. In addition, after a few days of their publication, his other Fortnite videos had received over 300,000 views.
Among the other games he streams, he has his old Battle Royale favorite in the rotation. Ninja is still not a full-time Fortnite streamer. He can, however, make the move to streaming Fortnite full-time again as Fortnite continues to make a gradual comeback to the fore.
Ninja had originally planned to compete in Riot’s first-person shooter Valorant. However, he chose to abandon the plan in order to spend more time with his family and to provide better material to his followers. Ninja also knows everything there is to know about Fortnite. With the future modding tools at his disposal, he will be able to provide his followers with a range of never-before-seen material.
Ninja AkA Tyler is a gaming and broadcasting role model and is returning to streaming Fortnite. He says that he has already surpassed his peak and his viewership has not decreased since he stopped. His predictions of the future success of Fortnite have been corroborated by statistics from his recent Twitch streams