It’s been one week since Ninja switched to Mixer. In that week, his channel has already surpassed the 1 million subscriber mark.
Ninja hit yet one more landmark yesterday, April 6. This time, it wasn’t about breaking Twitch information. Instead, the streamer hit 1,000,000 subscribers on his new platform: Mixer.
Ninja introduced his swap to Mixer on August 1, the primary day of the brand new Fortnite season. Less than every week later, his channel has surpassed the 1,000,000 subscriber mark.
Today we hit 1,000,000 lively subscribers on mixer ^-^ thanks for all of the unbelievable help. I have not felt this good in a very long time. pic.twitter.com/kdLgBJk0Ud
— Ninja (@Ninja) August 6, 2019
The transfer to Mixer gave Ninja a recent begin. He seemingly obtained some fairness within the platform and was in a position to get out of the shadow his personal success introduced with it.
Suffering From Success
The above clip from the H3H3 Podcast discusses Ninja’s latest statistics, and the way far he fell from his peak.
Meanwhile, individuals like Tfue have continually excessive sub counts, however why is that?
In my opinion, Ninja was a sufferer of his personal success on Twitch. People assumed Ninja was making a ton of cash – which he was – they usually’d slightly use their subscription on a streamer who wasn’t as “mainstream” as Ninja.
Ninja even voiced these ideas a number of instances. He marveled at the truth that individuals would mock him for plugging his creator code whereas FaZe Banks was getting “Code Tfue” tattooed on his leg.
Mixer was a recent begin for Ninja in additional methods than one. He was lastly in a position to get out of his personal shadow, which opens the door for extra alternatives sooner or later.
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