What happened during the very first live of Tyler “Ninja” Blevins on Mixer, the Microsoft platform that tore the influencer to Twitch, is going around the web.
Ninja’s inaugural live on Mixer, or Friday Fortnite broadcast by the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago boasted several on-site spectators. Some of these people, however, took advantage of the opportunity to insult the streamer by giving him “sales”. Others asked him how much he had gained from the agreement with Microsoft and how the World Cup had gone, an event that Ninja failed to qualify for. Not missing then the classic funny guy who shouted “Tfue is stronger!”. So it seems that, despite the respectable numbers, Ninja’s debut on Mixer didn’t go very well. We remind you that the spectators of the live show were more than those who usually watched the streamer on Twitch.
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