Marshmello and Ninja have proven that they are a truly unstoppable team, well at least when it comes to Fortnite. The guys teamed up to compete in the Fortnite ProAm competition taking place during this year’s E3 festivities. Marshmello wasn’t the only DJ to throw his hat (helmet?) into the ring. Arty was always competing
Marshmello seems to make a splash where ever he is, and now he isn’t just known in the world of music. The artist has played alongside the famous streamer Ninja several times in the past, but Mello has taken a new huge step in the world of gaming – hitting E3. The Electronic Entertainment Expo
Tyler “Ninja” Blevins’ can chalk up the superpower of his Fortnite team to being in the right place at the right time on the evening of March 14, or he can alternatively take it as concrete evidence of “God’s Plan.”
Blevins had a hand in breaking Twitch history last night when he formed a Fortnite team comprised of himself, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (FaZeJuJu_19), rapper Travis Scott (cactus_jackk92), and the ‘6 God’ himself, Drake (TheBoyDuddus). Blevins played an initial and individual few rounds of the game with Drake, before joining forces with Smith-Schuster and Scott for a Twitch stream that would become the live streaming video platform’s most-viewed stream, with a total of 630,000 concurrent viewers, surpassing the previously held record of 388,000 viewers. The stream additionally trended on Twitter.
Fortnite fans can watch “Ninja” and Drake spar on the video game thanks to a video of the matches, which additionally includes Drake’s insight on pineapple as a pizza topping, the future of Fortnite, and more.
Did Twitch just jump the shark? The livestreaming platform for gamers has become enough of a big deal that I, a person who knows basically nothing about video games and tabletop gaming, am aware of it. It’s becoming a bigger deal all the time. And when Grimes and Purity Ring’s Megan James More »