What you need to know
- Richard Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins is a prominent game streamer.
- He left Twitch in 2019 to stream exclusively on Mixer.
- Following Mixer's closure earlier this year, he was released from his contract.
- He's now streaming on YouTube.
In 2019, prominent gaming streamer Ninja (aka Tyler Blevins) left Twitch to stream exclusively on Mixer. Following Microsoft's decision to close Mixer earlier in 2020, Blevins became a free agent. He's since decided to start streaming on YouTube. You can find his stream on YouTube below.
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