Following Ninja’s original appearance on the popular television program ‘Family Feud’ back in 2015, the 28-year-old Red Bull athlete appeared on a celebrity version of the show with fellow Adidas athlete and American Footballer, JuJu Smith-Schuster.
The pair competed alongside their families to earn money for charity, with Team Blevins earning a sizeable amount for their charity Stack Up, an organization dedicated to supporting both active-duty and veteran military through the use of video games.
However, in a stream on August 30, Lengyel joked about Ninja’s charitable efforts: “$25,000?! That’s like a whole 9 minutes of streaming on Mixer, dude… Seriously.”
Albeit a crude explanation, Ninja’s record-breaking move over to Mixer would likely provide money of a similar stature to that explained by xQc, as Blevins has previously reported monthly earnings of over $500,000 from streaming alone.
After a short pause, Lengyel proceeded to add that Ninja’s appearance on the show was a “waste of his time”, and that it was not an “efficient revenue-making” strategy, regardless of the fact that this appearance was for charity.
Nonetheless, the Blevins brothers combined in a ‘Fast Money’ section to earn $25,000 in a matter of minutes while getting some laughs from presenter Steve Harvey, and the audience.[ad name=”article4″]
Videos of various challenges from the show (that aired on August 25), are available on the Family Feud YouTube channel, with the Fast Money challenge almost surpassing 1 million views.