Tyler Blevins, known as Epic Games’ greatest ambassador for Battle Royale, which has made him more than one name, has it like he’s covered in boots, hat shaves. Explanations.
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Damaging a streamer is easy. There are many more or less dangerous methods. One of them blew up ninja. A few days ago, after four suspicious deaths in a row, the hugely popular American gamer was furious when he found it was the same hangman every time. Which made him swear that if his games were streamed, he would no longer play there
They are the same kids. Get out of my game. get away from me. You don’t prove anything by going into a player’s room and running towards them and killing them when you k now they are dealing with someone else.
This game is so stupid. This community, these kids, it’s silly. Really. The thing is, these notorious mothers don’t understand that the only thing they’re doing is messing up the game because I’m playing it. I will stop broadcasting.
But good for you man Do your damn clip, send it to your friends. You got yourself ninja. I haven’t played the game in a long time. I don’t play it anymore. I come back and still kill almost all of you idiots. You bleed this game 12 hours a day … and I still almost destroyed you with no training or competition.
Ninja, who returned to Fortnite after a while, appears to have been the victim of stream sniping, a practice little split-screen FPS cheats are familiar with. It is enough to be in the same part as its victim, to observe it and, thanks to its spread, to locate and properly aim.
The idea behind this type of practice? To be able to trumpet that one broke a celebrity. It’s smart, isn’t it? No, actually it’s very sad. Fortunately, Tyler Blevins has other strings on the bow and can always go to other games where the mood is a little better.