Mixer introduced a new, unique streaming experience in December called the HypeZone. Meant to highlight intense moments from specific games, the HypeZone cycles through streamers in hopes of serving up a dedicated channel with constant action. Today, Mixer has announced that it is expanding HypeZone with a channel completely dedicated to Fortnite's free Battle Royale mode.
Say hello to #HypeZone Fortnite! Join in on this adrenaline-filled channel featuring all of the most intense @FortniteGame Battle Royale action happening live on Mixer!— Mixer (@WatchMixer) February 7, 2018
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Fortnite's Battle Royale mode pits 100 players against one another in a free-for-all to be the last man or woman standing. While each match can be pretty intense throughout, things really ratchet up when you reach the final ten players standing. Mixer's Fortnite Battle Royal HypeZone will highlight that portion of the match, switching between streamers as things get down to the wire.
It's an interesting concept that will theoretically offer up a constant stream of intense moments. If you're a big fan of Fortnite, it should make for a fun way to kick back and check out some of the top streamers on Mixer as they do their thing. If you're eager to check it out, you can see the Fortnite HypeZone at Mixer now.
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