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Ninja reportedly got paid between $20 million and $30 million by Microsoft to leave Amazon’s Twitch streaming service
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins reportedly enjoyed a $20 million to $30 million payday on his exclusivity deal with Microsoft. Not too shabby!
Amazon’s wildly popular video game streaming service, Twitch, is no longer the biggest game in town: These are all the stars who have signed exc...
Amazon owns and operates Twitch, the most popular live video streaming service in the world. But its biggest stars are jumping ship.
Another top streamer is following in Ninja’s footsteps by moving from Twitch to Microsoft’s Mixer with an exclusive deal
Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek will follow Tyler "Ninja" Blevins to Microsoft's Mixer with an exclusive streaming deal.
A single mom of three kids started streaming on Microsoft’s Mixer service earlier this year. In nine months, she’s gained the same number ...
"Lady" Desiree Wright plays piano for the internet masses. She made the jump from Twitch to Mixer earlier this year, and she isn't looking back.
Mixer managed to sign Twitch's most popular streamer, but the gap between viewership on Twitch and Mixer just keeps getting bigger.
Why Microsoft paid untold millions to bring the world’s most well-known gamer, Ninja, to its own streaming platform
Microsoft's exclusivity deal with Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is a smarter move than you might think.
Jessica Blevins, the 27-year-old manager and wife of the most popular video-game player in the world, reveals the inside story of Ninja’s move t...
For more than a year, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins was synonymous with Twitch, Amazon's streaming service. That changed in August when Ninja moved to Mixer.
Ninja slams Twitch after his dramatic move to Mixer, saying he’s ‘disgusted’ the Amazon streaming service used his old channel to pr...
Ninja left Twitch earlier this month to sign an exclusive deal with Microsoft's new streaming platform Mixer.
Ninja became the first Mixer streamer to reach 1 million subscribers, less than a week after announcing he was ditching Twitch for Microsoft
It only took 5 days for Tyler "Ninja" Blevins to become the most popular gamer on Microsoft's video game streaming platform.
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is leaving more than 14 million fans behind for an exclusive deal with Mixer, but the timing couldn't be better.