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Ninja announces his plans to stream across multiple social media platforms

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Ninja announces his plans to stream across multiple social media platforms

Ninja announces his plans to stream across multiple social media platforms – Fortnite star and one of the most influential Internet personalities, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins revealed his future plans of streaming on every social media platform. This announcement came after he had taken a short break from content creation and streaming the past week.

On September 1, Ninja attracted a lot of attention when he abruptly rage-quit playing Fortnite and said he was going to take a break from streaming. Concerns surfaced as the creator suddenly changed his social media profile and merely left behind a foreboding post suggesting that he might shift platforms. This led to speculations hinting at a possible platform switch by the streamer.

Ninja announces his plans to stream across multiple social media platforms

The recent change in Twitch partner exclusivity policy aided Ninja’s recent announcement, as Ninja revealed that his broadcast will no longer be restricted to Twitch and that he plans to start streaming again on September 9. The Fortnite content creator disclosed his plans to stream on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitch, he even joked that he may stream on OnlyFans.

‘Ninja’ will now venture beyond Twitch and is anticipated to simultaneously stream on sites like YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram. Users first noticed that he no longer had a subscribe button on his Twitch channel, indicating that he had ceased to be an Affiliate, a few days prior to the news. Also, the Ninja’s wife, Jessica Blevins who is also his manager noted that he would be now able to live stream on many platforms. “The first one to do it. Always pioneering. Fortunate enough to be in a situation where we don’t need to be tied down and can put viewers first. Watch where you want. Excited to see who else follows!”

The most latest announcement from Ninja pleased a lot of fans. Some, however, had concerns regarding how the streams would operate and whether the audience’s spread across various platforms would negatively impact the streamer’s ability to interact with them on chat. However, his presence across multiple platforms might boost his popularity as a leading streamer.

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