Fortnite Cross-Platform Game at Twitch Brings Together 551000 People Watching

Fortnite Cross-Platform Game at Twitch Brings Together 551000 People Watching

Yesterday Twitch was crazy with one of the most epic broadcasts in the history of the site. Two players tested Fortnite’s multiplatform game, the most played the game in the world today. Streamer Ninja (Tyler Blevins) made the life in partnership with the world famous Rapper Drake. The result? They have managed to gather 551,000 people online.

Ninja is one of Twitch’s most popular streamers. But its success is relatively recent, and thanks to games in the style Battle Royale. Much of his success is due to his ability as a player. He plays Fortnite at a level far superior to that of an average player.

The participation of Rapper Drake must have helped a lot as well. The result of this partnership is nearly double the previous record holder, Dr. DisRespect, who makes lives from PlayerUnknown’s Battleground and Fortnite.

The amount of people online obtained by Ninja is the largest ever recorded on Twitch for a single-person broadcast. Already in competitions the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Tournament held in January attracted 1.1 million people.

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The Ninja stream lasted less than an hour. But it started to blast as soon as rapper Drake himself released via Twitter that was playing Fortnite with the streamer. The singer played from a PlayStation 4, and Ninja played on the PC.

Drake proved that he was not just a famous face. He played very well, and the duo won a few games. The rapper came to revive Ninja several times, which made good jokes.

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