Drake Breaks Twitch Record While Playing Fortnite With Ninja
- Author: Delia Davidson Mar 17, 2018,
Mar 17, 2018, 1:18
The four were on stream on the hottest game out which at its peak drew in more than 635,000 concurrent users.
Rumblings of a Drake-Ninja collab began last week, when the rapper followed the streamer on Instagram.
What happens when an enormously popular musician teams up with an enormously popular video-game streamer?
As the game continues, the island, or playable area, effectively shrinks, forcing remaining players together - just like on PlayerUnknown's Battleground.
The music star logged on for his debut playing survival game Fortnite against popular gamer Ninja on streaming platform Twitch, which allows people to watch others playing games live. Ninja has broken multiple Twitch records during his historic growth and is now in the midst of adding another milestone to his resume.
A late-night convergence of National Football League star JuJu Smith-Schuster, rappers Drake and Travis Scott and streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins playing "Fortnite" on Wednesday set a new streaming record on Twitch. Drake will hopefully make an appearance with that alongside Travis Scott who also joined the Drizzy and Ninja on Twitch last night.
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She was delighted to be back on stage however, giving the prizes for Best Costume Design to Phantom Thread , Paul Thomas Anderson's fashion-world psychodrama.
Ninja, real name Tyler Blevins, might be rolling in cash, but his stream was still shy of the world record for the most people watching a Twitch stream, which was set by Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in the 2018 ELeague tournament.
However, when Dr DisRespect also made a return to Twitch on February 5th, Tyler1's record was under threat and The Doc would go on to break it.
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"In the same week I met and recruited LeBron to the Steelers and played Fortnite with Drake, Ninja, and Travis Scott", Smith-Schuster tweeted.
Fortnite has really taken over the world.
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