Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins has teamed up with Chicago rapper and songwriter Chance the Rapper to play Fortnite: Battle Royale.
On Monday, August 6, Ninja added Chance the Rapper to his already impressive list of celebrity guests that have joined him in order to play Fortnite over the course of recent months.
Ninja has played with the likes of Drake, Travis Scott, Marshmello, and a collection of others in the past, with the former professional Halo player now regarded as the most popular gaming personality at the time of writing.
The full live stream can be viewed below.
Chance the Rapper, a Chicago, Illinois native, has been critical of Epic Games in the past for their inclusion of certain dances and emotes into the game, and believes that the developer should provide more credit to those that originally created them.
He is likely referring to dances such as "Shoot" dance made by BlocBoy JT, moves from Snoop Dogg's "Drop It Like It's Hot" video, and the "Milly Rock" by 2Milly.
We will continue to provide more information on Ninja and Chance the Rapper playing Fortnite as the stream continues.
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