Ninja Bounces Back, Leading to Fortnite Growth

Ninja Bounces Back, Leading to Fortnite Growth

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Ninja Bounces Back, Leading to Fortnite Growth

Ninja Bounces Back, Ninja Bounces Back, Leading to Fortnite GrowthA week ago, Epic Games' fight royale title Fortnite earned 31.9M hours viewed—around 4.6% more watch time than the week past. This is the second week consecutively the title has broken its own record on Twitch and the third in succession its watch time has developed.

Fortnite wasn't the just a single breaking records this week, either. Glow's Tyler "Ninja" Blevins likewise set an individual best for watch time, creating 8.4M—over 26%—of Fortnite's hours viewed.

Ninja Bounces Back

A standout amongst the most remarkable viewpoints of Fortnite's rise on Twitch is that the diversion has turned out to be hugely famous without a noteworthy esports push. Epic has conferred to paying out $100M in prize cash amid the 2018-2019 season, however the distributer has not yet run its own particular competition. Rather, streamers and fans have met up to fill in the hole meanwhile.

One reason why Ninja had such a decent week was expresses gratitude toward to Fortnite Fridays, a group competition composed by YouTuber Daniel "Keemstar" Keem—who already claimed and oversaw a Call of Duty team—and UMG Media  . Notwithstanding Ninja, several top streamers—including Michael "cover" Grzesiek, 100 Thieves'  Nick "Nickmercs" Kolcheff, Team SoloMid's   Daequan "TSM Daequan" Loco, and Guy "Dr DisRespect" Beahm—all took an interest in the competition this week. This further bolstered the diversion's new statures.

With the buzz around Fortnite Fridays building and fight royale competitor Radical Heights was likewise closing down this week, Fortnite is all around situated for the coming week.

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