Ninja, Twitch's biggest attraction in recent years, is abandoning the streaming service and switching to the Microsoft Mixer. Without the need for special presentations, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is officially the largest streamer and Twitch is currently the largest streaming platform that features video games, with some estimated claims that 72% of all webcast time is Performs through it. How and why this separation occurred is not revealed, but it is done in an orderly manner and with happy paths.
The news came out yesterday, August 1 st when Ninja announced the transition through its media channels and with a video statement. Twitch has issued a statement that says: "We have been delighted to see Ninja on Twitch over the years and we are proud of everything he has accomplished for him and his family, and the community of players. We wish him the best of good luck in your future efforts. " This was reportedly followed by a fairly rapid change in the "Associate" check mark of Ninja, which is the Twitch check mark.
Here is Ninja's video statement:  Then, starting today in Mixer, Ninja will continue his epic broadcast saga. This surprised many because, compared to 72% of Twitch's total Internet transmission time, the Microsoft Mixer only has 3%. However, that 3% will undoubtedly increase now. Microsoft bought the service in 2016 through acquisition, when it was still called Beam. Now, Beam rose to fame on the day he won the 2016 Disrupt NY Battlefield competition. This move can also be a positive opportunity for other streamers on Twitch to get up and the service becomes a bit heavier, while Mixer You can have your chance in the spotlight. Not surprisingly, Ninja's monopoly on the broadcast will now become more competitive, and Mixer will probably become a personal service of his.
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