It seems that Twitch has once again lost an augment war for the main Fortnite and Call of Duty: Warzone Streamer Ninja. According to a Twitter account dedicated to Fortnite News, Hypex, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins could head for YouTube, on an exclusive streaming agreement.
The user has published a Tweet containing an image of a planned test stream on the Ninja YouTube channel. They add that they believe that his probable Ninja refers to an entrance to the 2nd largest game streaming platform. In the image, however, the description of the video is always promoting its mixer chain. With this accidental test flow, it is possible that the world’s most popular streamer is preparing for a new start on YouTube, with a likely change in its description, because Mixer will be arrested later this month. Ninja has since deleted the expected test flow.
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If everything remains true, it will be interesting to see how the largest video sharing site will strengthen the number of Ninja subscribers. The number of Streamer subscribers on Mixer amounts to 3.2 million as its Twitch account has collected more than 14 million subscribers.