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Ninja announces he is leaving Twitch to stream exclusively on Mixer

Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, the biggest name in Fortnite and one of Twitch’s most popular stars, is leaving the platform to stream exclusively on Mixer. The news comes via a tweet from the streaming star, with him dubbing the move “the next chapter.” Mixer is a fledgling streaming service owned by Microsoft that launched back in 2016, and the Ninja exclusivity marks a major get for the platform.

“I have been holding on to this for quite some time,” Ninja said in a brief follow-up video.

The news comes just days after Ninja was seemingly everywhere at the inaugural Fortnite World Cup Finals in New York City; he competed in two different tournaments and even served as a color commentator for much of the event. Ninja also has a level of mainstream attention rare amongst streamers. He’s appeared on the cover of ESPN’s magazine and was featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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