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Archive • Mar 20, 2018

Ninja Pulls Off Insane Cliffside Build Save After Accidentally Impulse Grenading Himself

Luminosity Gaming’s Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins is one of the very best players on Earth when it comes to Fortnite Battle Royale, but even he makes mistakes. Luckily, he's so good that he can usually correct those mistakes and still win the whole game. Released in July 2017, Fortnite has experienced an unprecedented rise in popularity thanks to its fast paced and addictive Battle Royale mode where players can build and shoot their way to success in a range of ways that bring new life to the genre.

Ninja is far and away the most popular Fortnite streamer and recently became the most followed and subscribed channel on the entire platform. As if that wasn't enough, he smashed the record for most concurrent viewers of a solo streamer when he casually played a few games with the likes of Drake and Travis Scott. Ninja currently sits at over 3.75 million followers on Twitch and draws in a comfortable 100,000 + concurrent viewers on average whenever he switches his stream on so his success shows no sign of slowing up. While his personality is certainly a massive selling point, Ninja's incredible ability on Fortnite has undoubtedly been massive factor in his success on Twitch as he is one of the best and most exciting players to watch.

He's so good, in fact, that he seems to be able to recover from Impulse Grenading himself off of the side of a cliff and still come back to win the entire game. No, really, he is. Just watch:  

  Sometimes we question why we both trying to win games of Fortnite when we are inevitability going to end up meeting someone that is going to embarrass us the way that Ninja does to just about anyone that he comes up against. Then again, the game is so addicting that we know we'll just keep playing anyway so we should probably just quit complaining.