Drake and Ninja teaming up to stream some late night Fortnite caught just about everyone's attention, and now the community is hoping Epic Games will honor that event in-game. Ninja usually gets around 70,000 live viewers per stream, so to pump this up to more than half a million is quite the achievement.
The star also revealed he's been a fan of Ninja, a.k.a. Tyler Blevins, for a while.
Watch the Twitch stream above.
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Currently, Twitch is the most streamed game on the platform. That game has also become extremely popular, very quickly. Games of this kind have skyrocketed in popularity previous year thanks to another immensely popular game, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
Next, the pair managed to get a win together, even if the highly-skilled Ninja carried Drake to victory.
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The Hotline Bling musician, 31, logged on to play the online survival game Fortnite with Travis, popular gamer Ninja, and American football star JuJu Smith-Schuster on Wednesday. It's where gamers from all over the world can watch or play against complete strangers.
"We stay in the studio for so long, sometimes like 20 hours", Drake said.
Of course, this stream wasn't just an ordinary Ninja stream, which are capable of pulling 100,000+ viewers on their own. Last month the game reached over 3m concurrent players and that could soon increase once the game is launched on mobile devices.
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