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Ninja recently moved from Twitch to Mixer. People have speculated how much money he was offered and it is safe to say that it was a huge amount. Ninja recently opened up about why he made the move and he mentioned that he did it for other streamers. Ninja mentioned that he and his wife knew what they were getting into when he moved from Twitch to Mixer. Here is what he had to say regarding the matter: Obviously the deal was great and I do love the platform, it’s incredible, but I knew – my wife and I – we went into this like we’re doing this for everyone else – and looked what happened man. We got people being re-signed to Twitch, people moving to YouTube, and now more people being signed and making deals, and that’s how it should be. Ninja also mentioned that his audience has…

Ninja might be the biggest Fortnite streamer but when it comes to hardcore skill in an FPS game Dr Disrespect is the two-time champion. Not to mention that watching the guy play is very entertaining indeed. Dr Disrespect recently talked about how Ninja has moved on to stream on Mixer. He said that he would make the move if he was offered a similar deal or something better. I love Dr Disrespect and he is a great streamer but I do not think that he will get a deal similar to what Ninja got if the rumors about Ninja’s deal are true. Jacksepticeye was approached by Mixer a while back but then Microsoft mentioned that the money had already been spent. That could mean that the Mixer is only interested in Ninja for now. Mixer could offer a deal to Dr Disrespect and other streamers, it is a matter of…

Ninja has made the move to Mixer and we talked about how much money he might have been offered to make the transition. It turns out that Ninja was not the only one that was contacted. Jacksepticeye was also offered a deal of some sort to create content on Mixer but Microsoft backed by at the end. The company did not say no but mentioned that the money had already been spent. Now we know where all that money went. Jack could give us an insight into how much money was offered. This is not surprising because Mixer would need to have some sort of backup plan if Ninja did not join. Jacksepticeye might not be the biggest Fortnite streamer in the work but he is a gamer with great content and a lot of reach. People like to watch his content. I for one am a fan myself and…

Ninja recently announced that he has left Twitch and will stream exclusively on Mixer, Microsoft’s streaming platform. Ninja is one of the most popular Fortnite streamers in the world so you have to wonder, how much money did Microsoft pay Ninja to get him to stream exclusively on Mixer? While we do not have the exact numbers, we do know how much money Ninja made in a year on Twitch and we have an idea of what kinds of terms he would agree to with Microsoft. Twitch is no small things for Ninja to leave and it is safe to say that he would be compensated for making the move to Mixer. Here Is How Much Money Microsoft Paid Ninja To Stream On Mixer So how much money did Microsoft pay Ninja to stream on Mixer? We know that in 2018, Ninja made around $10 million. Keeping that in mind,…

Ninja has just announced that he will no longer stream content on Twitch and will be coming on to Mixer instead. If you do not know what Mixer is then let me tell you it is Microsoft’s streaming platform. While Mixer is not as big as Twitch when it comes to the number of viewers but getting Ninja onboard could change that. Exclusive streaming partnerships seem to be the way to go. Recently PewDiePie announced that while he uploads his videos to YouTube, he will stream only on DLive. If you are interested in watching Ninja then you will need to follow his stream on Mixer rather than Twitch. Ninja announced his move to Mixer in a rather funny video in collaboration with Mixer and you can check it out below: The next chapter,https://t.co/lvn9KBjEYq pic.twitter.com/tljVgyM3bG — Ninja (@Ninja) August 1, 2019 Let us know what you think about Ninja streaming…