Tyler “Ninja” Blevins returned from a short break to announce that he will begin to stream everywhere.
In August, Ninja hinted to fans that he may be leaving Twitch for YouTube. He tweeted that he had a call with YouTube, leaving fans questioning the reason behind the delayed conversation.
On September 1, Ninja tweeted that he needed a break, adding that he didn’t know exactly when or where he would return. Confused fans also noticed that Ninja had removed his profile picture from Twitter and changed his name to User Not Found. This made the break even more concerning and mysterious to his massive following.
On September 8, Ninja finally returned to Twitter much to his fans’ relief. Upon his return, Ninja brought some news about his upcoming streaming plans.
Will Ninja leave Twitch and stream on YouTube?
Ninja will begin streaming content on YouTube, but that doesn’t necessarily involve leaving Twitch.
Ninja announced that he would be streaming “everywhere.” Ninja isn’t partnered with Twitch, meaning he has the option to stream on every other platform as well. Now, Ninja will be streaming on Twitch, YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook.
Ninja added that he may even stream on OnlyFans, which was most likely a joke.
The news was met with applause from the streaming community. Fellow streamer Ali “SypherPK” Hassan joked that Ninja was going to get “stream sniped on every platform.” Ninja replied with fear at the possibility. Benjamin “DrLupo” Lupo joked that he refused to watch Ninja on anything but “the hub.”
Ninja’s first stream since the announcement will be on September 9 at 10 am PST.