With many top servers recently featuring Minecraft more in their content feeds, Mixer Tyler's superstar & # 39; Ninja & # 39; Blevins gave an idea why he was sticking to the Fortnite Battle Royale.
When one thinks of Fortnite, some of the biggest names in livestreaming come to mind, as the popular battle royal has dominated Twitch viewer charts for nearly two years.
However, several of these same streamers have recently found interest in Minecraft, an age-old classic that at first glance will never fade.
In the light of this, Ninja encounters many fans and interested viewers who ask him to try out Minecraft for himself in the stream, but the Mixer star is not
As for the reason for this, he gave a brief explanation in response to a donation from a viewer who said he missed watching him play Fortnite with a DrLupo-like character.
Minecraft has become much more popular lately among top servers, but not yet a ninja.
"I miss the days when my friends played Fortnite," he said with tongue in cheek. "Now everyone is playing Minecraft and Overwatch. "Everyone is playing Minecraft now."
He then went on to suggest that he might join them too soon, though he also offered a reason why he might stick with Fortnite.
"I'll probably start playing Minecraft soon too," he said. "I mean, at this point, I would just be foolish not to. But I don't know. Because the last YouTube video of the squad filled up very well. "
" So if I started creating special content on YouTube after it went live, I have the feeling that my YouTube channel will see a rise in posts again and I like my views. I will be your light in the brilliant Fortnite . While everyone else is building blocks and dying from crawling. "
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Now that we know where Ninja stands on Minecraft's possible streaming, it's also worth considering how his fanbase feels about a potential change in his schedule.
His wife, Jessica Blevins, recently posted a poll on Twitter to see how many of their followers would actually like to watch him broadcast Minecraft, and the results were quite revealing.
67% of the 183,000+ who voted said they would like to watch the former Halo-pro stream of the game.
Who Wants The Ninja To Pour Minecraft
– Jessica Blevins (@JessicaBlevins) August 19, 2019