Ninja, like many other top Fortnite players, is delving into newer battle royale title Apex Legends; but, of course, the pros aren’t the only ones playing.
Ninja was in the midst of a live stream of the game when he got paired with a very young player, who made their presence known over the mic.
“Holy crap, it took me an hour to get in the game,” the child said. “Finally!”
Ninja had a humorous reaction to the kid’s voice, looking directly into his camera with a deadpan expression that belied internal screaming.
The streamer appeared to be nonplussed as his squad partner continued to chat throughout their game, later assuring the kid that he would come to his defense after running out of ammo.
The child went on to speculate if he was actually playing with the real Ninja, claiming that he had “really mixed feelings” about the possibility.
“Bro, I think this kid is honestly on one,” Ninja said of his partner.
Despite Ninja’s efforts, his squad was ultimately eliminated, after which he left the lobby.
“That kid was drunk off milk or something, dude,” Ninja continued. “Sippy juice.”
First official H1Z1 tourney - 1st
First official PUBG tourney - 1st
First official Fortnite tourney - 1st
First official APEX tourney - 1st
— Ninja (@Ninja) February 13, 2019
Ninja’s Fortnite prowess has bled over to this newest battle royale title, with the streamer winning Apex Legends’ first two tournaments, taking the Twitch Rivals tournament alongside fellow players KingRichard and Dizzy and later winning Dr Disrespect's $200,000 Code Red Tourney.