Accidental N-word user and popular professional video game streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins has found a new home to stream.

Remember, when mom and dad said playing video games is a waste of time and would amount to nothing? Forbes released its list of highest-paid gamers, and these guys are seriously getting paid.

Tyler “Ninja” Blevins already secured the bag when he ditched Twitch for Microsoft’s streaming platform Mixer. Yesterday (August 27) the professional gamer and ridiculously popular streamer became adidas first individual eSports partner.

“Accidental” n-word user Tyler “Ninja” Blevins just made a major news announcement that will likely shift the balance of streaming. The world’s most famous gamer is ditching Twitch to Microsoft’s streaming platform Mixer.

Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins is out here collecting more coins than Mario. It is being reported the ridiculously popular Twitch streamer was paid $1 million to play EA’s new battle royale game Apex Legends.

Soulja Boy accomplished a life-long dream of launching his own gaming consoles, now he’s looking to start his own Esports team, and he’s gotten advice from one of the most prominent streamers in the world, Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins.

Drizzy might want to update his password because someone apparently was using his Fortnite account and made an appearance during a stream.

Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, the popular online gamer who used the “n-word” in a so-called accidental fashion, got himself on the map for other reasons beyond using racist slurs. Drake and Ninja squared off on the Fortnite game a few times with Drizzy saying he’d cough up $5,000 in a bet but apparently the 6 God […]

Drake’s favorite Fortnite player’s popularity is still on the rise. Tyler “Ninja” Blevins latest streaming event managed to pull in more eyes than his stream featuring the 6 God.

Drake and Ninja were back at again and decided to hop on another session of the popular game Fortnite. Blevin also got blessed by the Six God for his victory in the match.

Ninja was really feeling himself a tad bit too much. Yesterday while streaming a session of Fortnite with a buddy, popular Twitcher Tyler “Ninja” Blevins made the bonehead error of saying the dreaded N’word and was immediately put on blast for it.