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Twitter Reacts to Ninja YouTube Stream – EssentiallySports

Former Mixer and Twitch streamer Ninja streamed live for the first time onYouTube and twitterati had a lot to say about it
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The news of Mixer shutting down definitely came as a surprise to everyone. They had two of the best streamers in the world, Ninja & Shroud, on their side but still failed to make an impact. Reports suggest that both of them took home millions of dollars each and were free to stream on any platform of their choice. The question then is, where will they go?

A YouTube test schedule spotted by Fortnite leaks and news provider HYPEX suggested that Ninja had a test stream scheduled on YouTube. Take a look:

Ninja most likely signed to youtube, he currently has a test stream scheduled, probably didn’t mean to make it public but this is a huge hint.. pic.twitter.com/e4bd6lhD8M

— HYPEX (@HYPEX) July 7, 2020

This got everyone thinking if he had already made a decision to move to YouTube Gaming. His wife, Jessica Belvins, added fuel to the fire when she tweeted “You’ve all been patient….this week will be fun.”

Ninja, who is currently a free-agent, went live on YouTube yesterday alongside TimTheTatman, CouRage & DrLupo, some of the industry’s biggest streamers. They were playing the battle royale squads and Ninja obviously ended up winning in his first-ever game stream on YouTube. Take a look at it here:

While he was live, the viewership was off the charts. Popular esports insider news provider, Rod Breslau tweeted that he had around 150,000 peak, concurrent viewers. For your first stream on YouTube, that is absolutely insane!

That’s not all. Ninja replied to that tweet correcting the number.

167k :D!!!

— Ninja (@Ninja) July 8, 2020

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Ninja first YouTube stream Reactions

This just proves the kind of fan following Ninja has and the viewership he can bring to YouTube if he signs an exclusive deal. He is still the most subscribed Twitch streamer even though he hasn’t streamed there in like a year. Take a look at some of the best twitter reactions to Ninja’s first YouTube stream:

Ninja on youtube? pic.twitter.com/psctpMumYJ

— Gaines🍐 (@Purplegeeker) July 8, 2020

The energy on @Ninja‘s stream on @Youtube was EPIC! Let’s hope this encourages more streamers to make the move!

— FeverXB (@FeverXB) July 8, 2020

youtube streaming ontop

we got ninja ez claps

— LAZARBEAM (@Lazarbeam) July 8, 2020

I was the biggest streamer for a solid 5 minutes it was a good run

— LAZARBEAM (@Lazarbeam) July 8, 2020

What’s the deal with @Ninja streaming on youtube, can he not go back to @twitch ? Please tell me YouTube streaming isnt going to be a thing.

— CandaceH (@Candace76754355) July 8, 2020

#YouTubeRules … I support 100% if @Ninja stays there… and HOPE Shroud will make the same move. It is time to cleanup this sewage called @Twitch for good.

— Leo Koach (@KoachLeo) July 8, 2020

does this mean ninja battles is back dad

— Chap (@LiquidChap) July 8, 2020

permission from me ^-^ was a funny moment <3

— Ninja (@Ninja) July 8, 2020

“Ninja’s streaming on YouTube” pic.twitter.com/mmCaouFt6x

— KFC Gaming (@kfcgaming) July 8, 2020

Ninja has always been a @YouTubeGaming creator. He never left. He has 2.2 billion views on his channel.

— Ryan Wyatt (@Fwiz) July 8, 2020

ninja hasnt even started his stream and has made more money than i have in my whole career pic.twitter.com/AglIAI89Ym

— Grunk (@Grunkkkk) July 8, 2020

Omg. Here’s what @Ninja @YouTube chat looks like not in slow mode 25 minutes before the stream starts 😯 https://t.co/jvP62gGfr0 pic.twitter.com/4j7WyE0O7z

— Jessica Blevins (@JessicaBlevins) July 8, 2020

Happy to see @Ninja happy again <3 Thanks to everyone who tuned in today.

— Jessica Blevins (@JessicaBlevins) July 8, 2020

Ninja making moves👀 pic.twitter.com/0OMduKdppv

— Tobii Gaming (@tobiigaming) July 8, 2020

This still doesn’t confirm that he is moving to YouTube Gaming. This was just a test stream even though it seems the deal is already sealed. Rod Breslau confirmed this when he tweeted,

“sources: Ninja is currently in negotiations with streaming platforms and no exclusive deal has yet been signed, including YouTube. today’s YouTube live stream from Ninja is all on his own. maybe he’ll stream on Twitch too.”

Although, the Twitch return seems highly unlikely considering they had a ‘bad breakup.’ As Mrs. Belvins tweeted, we’ll most likely hear of a decision this week.

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