There’s no doubt that many Fortnite fanatics are well aware of the Twitch streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, as the online personality has quickly managed to become one of the most skillful players of Epic Games’ multiplayer sandbox survival title to date. As a matter of fact, Ninja recently showed off his abilities during the second game of a KEEMSTAR Friday tournament for the free-to-play Battle Royale release, as he was able to force a Game 3 after winning a match with 23 kills to his name.
As displayed in the video from Ninja’s official YouTube channel below, the Twitch streamer and his partner King Richard have been in a competition with FaZe Clan members Turner “Tfue” Tenney and Dennis “Cloak” Lepore in order to see who can get the most cumulative kills during two matches in Fortnite. After Game 1, Ninja and Richard were down by eight kills due to them dying early, but Ninja was able to tie everything up in Game 2 with a score of 23 kills, forcing an unexpected Game 3.
What transpired in the above clip can definitely be argued as one of the best performances Ninja has ever displayed in Fortnite, as his precise aim with the LMG coupled with his sniping skills seem preternaturally effortless. While Ninja was able to force Game 3 against the FaZe members, him and King Richard eventually lose their momentum in the final round in the Fortnite cumulative kill tournament, as the third match went to FaZe.
All things considered, it’s easy to see why so many gaming fans flock to watch Ninja play Fortnite, as his abilities in the hybrid construction shooter are leagues above that of casual players, with plenty tuning in to hopefully learn some pointers themselves. Should Ninja’s skills continue to get stronger, there will surely be a slew of folks keeping an eye on his gameplay once Epic Games officially adds the long-awaited Competitive Mode to the title.
Fortnite is available now in early access for iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: Ninja – YouTube, Reddit