One of the most popular streamers, Richard Tyler Blevins, better known as Ninja, is back to streaming. He announced this via a Twitter video. A week ago, the 31-years-old streamer suddenly stopped streaming and exited the game out of frustration while playing with his friend SypherPK.
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The announcement came out yesterday, and people are guessing about this current situation and why Ninja isn’t picking any specific platform and instead going to stream on all, including YouTube, Twitch, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
“Feel like this means there were no big offers on the table for him, but also curious what the viewership will look like all combined.”
The reason for Ninja streaming on all platforms might be due to no good deals on the table for him. This might be a good decision for him and his career as he is one of the world’s most prominent content creators. He has over 65 million followers combined, which is extremely lucrative for advertisers.
According to the post, he will simultaneously be streaming today at 09 on the platforms. Ninja’s Twitch partnership has not been reinstated as of now. There’s no Subscribe button on his Twitch page.
Twitch also removed the exclusivity clause from their terms and conditions. Now, streamers can stream on other platforms too. However, the stream should be at another time. In simple words, streamers go live on all platforms simultaneously. But many streamers, including big streamers doing this for quite a while, and Twitch has never banned or done anything.