XQC EXPLAINS WHY TWITCH FANS CLAIMING NINJA HAS “FALLEN OFF” ARE WRONG
Ninja might not be pulling hundreds of thousands on Twitch anymore, but according to xQc, that’s no reason to say he’s “fallen off”.
According to the French-Canadian star, Ninja’s doing just fine despite what the stats say.
If they were really to go about the statistics of it, you’d have to make a comparison of the popularity of Fortnite on YouTube and Twitch, popularity of Mixer, and their decline ratios.
xQc also doubted that the “toxic Ninja” - from his various stream blowups, to previous controversial comments about women in gaming - has now caught up to him.
Imagine gaslighting your audience and everyone else that it’s these small instances and outbursts that make up the entirety of the failure of his entire career.
Ninja might not be the biggest streamer on Twitch anymore, but his legacy will live on forever - even if he never reaches his old highs.