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Ninja Leaves Twitch for Mixer.

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Stupid. Paying streamers to cross to another app. Much better things they could spend there money on.



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don't you guys watch the Microsoft E3 conferences ? they always advertise their Mixer platform in those



SvennoJ said:
Never heard of Mixer nor Ninja, but I have heard of Twitch. I'm not dead yet! I can still understand 1/3rd of the nonsense people care about nowadays. Oh wait I've heard of Fortnight as well, 2 out of 4!! I'm doing well.

Of course you're not dead yet... C'mon, now we'll give you your pills and you'll get some sleep, alright champ?



It looks like Ninja is cashing out his streaming career. Smart move on his part. His traffic will fall by a big portion, but he got his money already.

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Lafiel said:
don't you guys watch the Microsoft E3 conferences ? they always advertise their Mixer platform in those

Not the best marketing if people only hear about it once a year.

Last time I saw expensive exclusive contracts for another streaming platform it was Azubu which ended up :

1) not successful

2) an actual financial fraud where noone saw the money or found the responsible party.

So I wonder how it'll turn out with Microsoft.



Gets paid 5 million now, when mixer is dead goes back to twitch...



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Well he was also known as the 'Halo guy', he wasn't to positive about Twitch either and his contract was finished.

Those kind of streamers have a big influence, Sea of thieves became the most watched new game from 2018 on stream services like Twitch, but biggest example will always be Skate 3. After Pewdiepie started to play it EA had to reprint the game because a lot of people were interested in buying the game.






kirby007 said:
Gets paid 5 million now, when mixer is dead goes back to twitch...

It's probably more than 5m. People on twitter pointed out that MS gave Hi-Rez 7m and their esports get way less views than Ninja. Definitely in the 10 millions.



RenCutypoison said:
Lafiel said:
don't you guys watch the Microsoft E3 conferences ? they always advertise their Mixer platform in those

Not the best marketing if people only hear about it once a year.

Last time I saw expensive exclusive contracts for another streaming platform it was Azubu which ended up :

1) not successful

2) an actual financial fraud where noone saw the money or found the responsible party.

So I wonder how it'll turn out with Microsoft.

Twitch does it too and really successful. Twitch partners have to only stream on Twitch. Since Ninja left his contract with them he lost his verification symbol on twitch.