Highlights of Mixer live streaming
- Ninja signed with Microsoft’s live streaming platform.
- Mixer mobile app into new hands worldwide, currently topping leading free charts through Apple’s iOS App Store.
Microsoft enticed Tyler “Ninja” Blevins to its Mixer live streaming platform, with an offer locking down exclusivity among gaming’s most unique characters. With development parallel to the increase of hit battle royale Fortnite, Ninja has drawn practically half a billion to his live Twitch broadcasts, amassing 14.7 million committed fans because of his 2018 increase. And now under Microsoft exclusivity, the relocation, even more, strengthens its streaming portfolio.
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Ninja’s Mixer launching has currently suggested an increase of new Mixer audiences, quick building up 250,000 subscribers as of publication. This has likewise brought the Mixer mobile app into new hands worldwide, currently topping leading free charts through Apple’s iOS App Store.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
Doubling down on initial shows, Ninja’s Mixer offer indicates an increased push for it’s game streaming platform equaling the most popular gamers in the area. While Google and Amazon presently control with YouTube and Twitch, simply three years have seen Mixer scale from obscurity to a real competitor. Seeing hours on Mixer have increased approximately 357% year over year, striking 37 million watching hours in Q2 2018, and nearly 120 million in Q2 of 2019.
While Ninja is yet to host his very first official Mixer live streaming, his Lollapalooza program kicks on August 2, 2019, at 1 PM ET.