Ninja criticizes streamers who “hate” on games constantly

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Mixer streaming sensation, Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, has called out content creators and influencers for shaming video games and supporting a “rage culture” alongside explaining why it needs to stop.

The video games industry is booming and bigger than ever. However, that doesn’t stop plenty of people from far and wide critiquing their game, including some of the biggest personalities, such as influencers and content creators.

While their efforts are often a plea for the developers behind said video game to fix an issue, the respective size of their platform (i.e., following) can amplify an issue tenfold. With that in-mind, Ninja has called for a more positive outlook when attempting to provide feedback on a video game.

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Ninja paved the way for streamers, after jumping ship to Mixer back in August.

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After a heated online engagement, Brett ‘dakotaz’ Hoffman hit out at Ninja after being called out by the Mixer star for criticizing Fortnite in a Tweet. 

Given that Blevins has been directed to ‘stay in his lane’ by Hoffman, the Mixer star has responded with a full-length Twitter video to “clear [his] opinions” on the statements which he has made “about people who are negative towards video games.”

The 28-year-old opened by stating: “I don’t think that a lot of content creators, I don’t think a lot of influencers realize the power that they have and honestly, the influence that they have…”

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