Yes, you read that right. Popular American streamer Ninja has resumed video streaming after taking a week off and he will be concentrating on broadcasting material on many platforms, including Twitch, YouTube & Tik Tok.
In the world of esports, Ninja has a cult following. He was able to attract notice on September 1, 2022, when he asserted that spontaneous status should be taken while streaming.
Many creators in the community, meanwhile, think that this pause was intentionally taken to draw attention to Twitch’s possible departure.
Ninja recently announced on Twitter that he will no longer be using Twitch to stream his material.
Took a little time off, but now I’m back…and I’ll be live EVERYWHERE tomorrow at 12CST pic.twitter.com/k2nt1BVUuN
— Ninja (@Ninja) September 8, 2022
Ninja is currently free to stream on any platforms because he has no more exclusive agreements with Facebook, Youtube, or Tik Tok.
Currently, Ninja has taken an unusual method to increasing his presence across all social media platforms, and all of his devoted fans are eager to see how streamers will organise their new action once they begin it on September 9th, 2022.
Streaming everywhere all at once and having 4 different chats open and interacting with my fans everywhere made me feel like a little kid again streaming for the first time.
What an incredible journey this has been and somehow… its only the beginning again <3
— Ninja (@Ninja) September 9, 2022
Twitch currently enjoys subscriber base of 23.8 million subscribers on Youtube where he shares content based on technicalities, entertainment and serious skills on foray.