Ninja Is Streaming On YouTube, No Exclusivity Deal In Place Yet
Popular video gamer and prominent Fortnite livestreamer, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, is reportedly in talks with multiple livestreaming services, including YouTube, according to sources. No exclusive deal has been signed yet.
“Ninja is currently in negotiations with streaming platforms and no exclusive deal has yet been signed, including YouTube,” esports consultant Rod “Slasher” Breslau’s sources said. “Today’s YouTube livestream from Ninja is all on his own. Maybe he’ll stream on Twitch too.”
Earlier this week, Ninja’s wife and manager, Jessica Blevins, tweeted that this week “will be fun.” This likely suggests some kind of announcement may be imminent, but she did not clarify the tweet.
Ninja left his massive Twitch platform for an exclusive deal with Mixer last year. However, Microsoft recently announced that the livestreaming service would close up shop after July 22. Where Ninja will go now remains a mystery, but it was spotted earlier this week that Ninja was testing a YouTube stream on his official channel.
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