Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins is one of the most successful streamers in the world right now. The Detroit-raised gamer is of first-person-shooter fame, which is where he initially rose to prominence. He’s more commonly found streaming Fortnite on his Twitch channel these days, and New Year’s Eve will be no exception to that. Ninja will be streaming Fortnite live to ring in the New Year. Here’s what you gotta know to get in on it.
Ninja will be streaming live in the famous Times Square in New York, USA. This location is one of the most popular New Year’s locations in the world, with hundreds of thousands of people attending every year. The celebration starts at 4pm EST and ends 12 hours later – 4am EST. That’s right, the streaming legend will be streaming for 12 hours straight in the biggest gaming event to possibly ever hit New Year’s Eve.
The New York new years ball drop! The Waterford crystal is 12,000 pounds… almost lifted it too… LOL pic.twitter.com/kZdKOAS4bx
— Ninja (@Ninja) December 18, 2018
While the live action’s in New York, the event will be online as well, for everyone experiencing geographical issues. Further details about the event can be found on Ninja’s website. The main party’s obviously on the streamer’s own channel, listed below (twitch.tv/ninja).
As of this month, Ninja is actually the most popular Twitch streamer. The streamer boasts over 12 million follows and averages well over 50K+ views per Twitch stream. He was also the first esports player in history to land a cover spot on ESPN The Magazine. This was heralded as one of the major breakthroughs of esports, and cemented his position in the genre. Ninja also released an album comprised of his favorite electronic acts called Ninjawerks: Vol. 1. This album dropped on the 14th of this month and fans can check it out here on Spotify.
Will you check out his New Year’s bash? Let us know.
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