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  1. Richard Tyler Blevins [2] (born June 5, 1991), better known as Ninja, is an American Twitch streamer, YouTuber and professional gamer. Blevins began streaming through participating in several esports teams in competitive play for Halo 3, and gradually picked up fame when he first started playing Fortnite Battle Royale in late 2017.

    • 23.8 million (main channel), 23.84 million (combined)
    • 2011–present
  2. Jan 25, 2021 · Tyler Blevins — Ninja, to video-game fans — is the closest thing gaming has to a crossover mainstream star. Largely on the back of his skills playing Fortnite, as well as his puckish ...

  3. 12.5m Followers, 313 Following, 1,462 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Tyler “Ninja” Blevins (@ninja)

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    Tyler is more notable as a streamer and professional gamer. It all started when his dad was addicted to games, he played all night. Young Tyler followed his dad's footsteps. Tyler started playing competitively in 2009 and joined in his first tournament featuring Halo. He earned money by participating and winning tournaments with his current team, L...

    Tyler was able to create his tournament featuring Fortnite and a lot of professional players, YouTubers, and Twitch Streamers. The tournament is based on eliminating Tyler. There are 9 games and 3 heats. Each heat is a group of Fortnite players who signed up to play in the tournament. If Tyler wins a game of Fortnite, $2,500 will be added to Tyler if you eliminate Tyler. The money starts at $2,500. If you eliminate Tyler, you win $2,500. But if Tyler loses after winning a game, the money goes ba

    Pro-Am Fortnite Tournament is a tournament where 50 professional players are playing, but with 50 other celebrities (actors, musicians, etc) playing Fortnite as well. In Game 1, it's every person for themselves (solo). In Game 2, you are playing duos, with one teammate being the pro player, and the other being a celebrity. Game 3 is another Duo game. However, the third game is where you win money depending on which place you're in. First place is $1,000,000 richer. Tyler's Duo partner was Marshm

    Tyler announced at TwitchCon 2018 that he will be setting up a Livestream at Times Square, where the New Years Ball Drop takes place, where he will play and stream Fortnite, as usual, at the location to celebrate New Years. Tyler plays with his collaborators Timthetatman, DrLupo, and CouRage along with bringing in special guests onto the live stream to play Fortnite together with Tyler and one of his collaborators. The live stream started at 4 PM ET up until 4 AM ET after the new years' ball dro

    On August 1, 2019, Tyler has announced that he is going to switch from Twitch streaming to Mixer streaming full-time. Many of his fans and many other big streamers supported/respected his decision on changing his routes. The minute of his announcement, Tyler's Twitch partnership was revoked, removed all his subscriber badges, and left the chat as e...

    Jake Paul's misleading clickbait

    On March 17, 2018, a YouTuber known as Jake Paul made a video called, "I DONATED $200K TO MY FAV TWITCH STREAMER (ninja)", and in that video, Jake Paul only donates to his friend. According to Jake Paul, Tyler never showed up in the video but was in the thumbnail and title. After the release of the video, many fans who donated to Tyler, including his friend KingRichard, questioned Tyler saying if Jake Paul donated to him. Tyler keeps saying that Jake Paul used hi

    CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K 3.7GHz

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    RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB

    Motherboard: NZXT N7 ATX LGA 1151

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    "LET'S GO, BABY!"

    "Are you out of your mind!?"

    "Quit horsing around! Play me some of that jumping music."

    "Not even a thank you?"

    "Poor player, stream sniping... you gotta have proof you know what I mean, you gotta always love when there's proof, you liter... what an idiot, how stupid can you be... I'm I'm I'm going out of my way to make sure this guy's banned... IcyFive, alright, IcyFive if you leave this game right now, I will not report you."

    "Do not bully people."

    Tyler, his brothers, and his oldest brother's wife starred in Family Feud in early 2015 in four episodes.

    This originated from Tyler coming up with the idea himself in 2013 and coming up with an audition home tape in early 2014 due to there being no audition areas nearby where he lived.

    Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

    1 million subscribers: January 26, 2018

    2 million subscribers: February 3, 2018

    3 million subscribers: February 25, 2018

    4 million subscribers: March 8, 2018

    5 million subscribers: March 18, 2018

    100 million video views: February 18, 2018

    200 million video views: March 15, 2018

    300 million video views: March 30, 2018

    400 million video views: April 15, 2018

    500 million video views: April 27, 2018

    600 million video views: May 11, 2018

    Ninja and TimTheTatman.

  5. Nov 10, 2010 · Ninja @Ninja I love video games. Use code NINJA on the item shop business@teamninja.com Illinois, USA pillar.io/ninja Joined November 2010 1,462 Following 6.7M Followers Tweets Tweets & replies Media Pinned Tweet Ninja @Ninja · Sep 8, 2022 Took a little time off, but now I’m back…and I’ll be live EVERYWHERE tomorrow at 12CST 0:43 1.7M views 1,315

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