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Ninja is back at Fortnite, the reasoning is worth accepting with some hesitation



Ninja is back at Fortnite, the reasoning is worth accepting with some hesitation


The streamer recently returned to Twitch, however, the game, thanks to its success and much of its spectators, didn’t spin for a long time.

Since the Mixer recently finally pulled down the blinds, plenty of streamers had to find a new platform to continue their work. Plenty of people have decided that Twitch will be the right platform for this – including Ninja, who left the Amazon platform in fairly stormy conditions about a year ago. Fans may have noticed that his channel had not featured Fortnite for a while, which had previously been among its most important content; now it became clear why.

Ninja undeniably owes his success to the title of Epic Games battle royale as he has fought his way among the most popular players. However, about two months ago, the game didn’t show up on his channel at all.

He recently scratched the title back in a broadcast, but told him why he neglected it for a long time.

“Honestly, the game wasn’t fun. It was outdated and boring. I mean, honestly, I can’t say anything good about Fortnite’s last two seasons.”

He then turned to the game for the sake of another streamer, which he found fun again thanks to new updates. He even pushes it solo, even though it hasn’t been seen in a long time.

It’s important to note that Ninja just didn’t confirm back among his Twitch partners, and it’s also well known that he had a much lower viewership on the Mixer than before he left. Now that he’s switched back to the “mother platform,” it certainly doesn’t hurt for him to exercise his views a little higher with Fortnite.

Mere math seems like a much more realistic reason than it used to be an ounce game, but now all of a sudden it’s a huge party all over again.

Fortnite’s free-to-play battle royale mode is the style’s most popular game courtesy of Epic Games.