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Ninja fucking fun on the Overwatch League as most watched Twitch channels are revealed



Fortnite streamer Tyler & # 39; Ninja & # 39; Blevins has been revealed as the most watched channel in 2018 by total hours, knocked out as if Riot Games, Overwatch League and shroud.

Ninja has boomed in popularity in 2018, in parallel with the success of his election game Fortnite Battle Royale, and now sits comfortably on top of the most replenished channel map of over 12 million.

He also broke the record for top contemporary competition for an individual stream when he played Fortnite with Drake and Travis Scott – and then broke his own record shortly after with his Las Vegas Fortnite tournament, which topped over 660,000.

This figure was not enough to exceed the overall record held by ELEAGUE for the Boston CS: GO Major in January 201

8 by over 1 million, but the records are separate as ELEAGUE is an organization rather than a solo streamer channel.

But throughout 2018, Ninja has turned out even the Riot Ga mes, the legend legends (the most sought after esport) with regard to raw hours seen.

In fact, Ninja more than doubles the Riot Games, with 227 million hours seen according to The Esports Observer.

Ninja has an obvious advantage over channels like the Overwatch League and Riot Games, as he streams almost every day of the week, sometimes for over 12 hours, while those event channels stretch significantly less, just sending live matches in during the competition season.

Nevertheless, Ninja joked who gave his incredible victory figures – tripled Overwatch League – he could be worth the same or more than the deal hit by Blizzard and Twitch.

It is believed that Twitch's deal with the Overwatch League is worth $ 90 million over two years, the biggest exclusivity agreement ever made in esports.


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