In an unlikely collaboration, Drake and Travis $cott joined popular Fortnite streamer Ninja in the game, and fans couldn’t take their eyes off the action.
— B/R esports (@BResports_) March 15, 2018
wtf @Drake is actually good at Fortnite
— Frank Li (@Chief_Sangy) March 15, 2018
LMAO DRAKE JUST SAID “TELL LOGIC TO PULL UP WITH A SQUAD HE CAN GET SMACKED UP TOO” WTF IS LIFE
— OCD For Life (@MooshAndTwist) March 15, 2018
WE CAN’T GET ENOUGH of this!! WATCH MORE…
Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is a Twitch streamer whose profile has risen rapidly alongside the massively popular Fortnite. Between Feb. 22 and March 3, Blevins gained more than 50,000 subscribers. And while hundreds of thousands of people tune in to Fortnite streams every day, it’s not every day that one of the world’s biggest musicians joins them.
As of 1 a.m. ET, Ninja’s stream with rapper Drake has nearly 600,000 concurrent viewers, surpassing Dr. DisRespect’s previous non-tournament record of 388,000. The all-time Twitch record is held by Eleague Major: Boston 2018 with over 1.1 million concurrent viewers.
Drake is NOW following Ninja on Instagram and let’s just say, Ninja was BEYOND ECSTATIC!