Ninja's Monthly Earnings Top $500000 Streaming Fortnite on Twitch

As streaming continues to be a lucrative endeavor for the crème de la crème at the top of the charts, Fortnite player Ninja has disclosed that he makes $500,000 a month streaming across both YouTube and Twitch. Blevins said that much of those revenues come from Amazon and Twitch Prime subscribers, as well as a massive number of followers on YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.

The internet doesn't know what to do with itself after Twitch streamer Ninja and musician Drake paired up for a historic moment in video game viewership.

With an ever-increasing player base thanks to Fortnite iOS, other issues have cropped up such as server outages.

Epic Games is trying to combat in-game toxicity in Fortnite Battle Royale by getting rid of friendly fire. "I'm very goofy; if you ever watched any of my streams or YouTube videos, I do impressions and stuff like that all the time and just insane shenanigans. The combination of that - it's a hybrid". I think the combination of that, it's like a hybrid, and it's just really fun to watch. Investing and saving, as well as making charitable donations, he said.

He doesn't want other students and lads to follow his footsteps since they might gamble away their hard-earned fortunes. Even when he started to see money from his streams coming in, he stuck with his schooling and his part time job at a noodle bar.

Ninja's popularity has grown by leaps in recent weeks, and it coincides with the rising popularity of the Fortnite as well. All the kids out there, you can't just drop everything and focus on playing video games for a living.

Fortnite launched in July 2017 as a paid Early Access game and a PvE (player vs. environment) experience. Despite all that, the game has already hauled in $1 million in in-app purchases over the first three days that it's been out. From that point on, it's just a matter of patience and luck until an email invite becomes available. Their website, however, says: "We expect to rollout Android in the next few months...." Epic and Ali-A showed off those tools in action, illustrating how players will be able to edit footage and control in-game cameras via a streamlined, gamepad-compatible interface. Who will claim Victory Royale?

  • Joey Payne