One spot during the commercial for the Galaxy 9 of Samsung, an ESPYS trip has proven to be not enough as “Ninja” Tyler Blevins has made an appearance of the popular The Ellen DeGeneres Show. This undeniably popular streamer has taken over the entire world like a hurricane along with the instant rise of the smash hit Battle Royale game named Fortnite released by the Epic Games.


“Ninja” Tyler Blevins

So what is Fortnite Battle Royale? It is a video game that was released back in 2017, a spinoff of the cooperative survival game named Fortnite: Save the World that has construction elements. It was these elements that set it apart from its multiple opponents, as with the rise of Bluehole's PlayerUnknown's Battleground, the battle royale games have been popping up a lot in the scene. However, none of them can compete with Fortnite as it has become one of the most popular if not the single most popular game in the world.

After quickly breaking almost every single record on Twitch available for any standard streamers that include subscribers, followers, and so much more, this streamer nicknamed Ninja has become the spotlight that is much bigger than what both the gaming world and Twitch can contain.

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Ninja and Ellen in the show

With more than 11 million followers on Twitch and growing, Tyler Blevins or as we all call him, Ninja, has been continuously gaining new audiences and bring brand-new players into the Fortnite game with many appearances just like this one. Ninja has played a major role in speeding up the bringing of the gaming world to the mainstream audience progress due to his family-friendly and outgoing personality.

Ninja and his spouse Jessica Blevins, or  “JGhosty” as we all usually call her, had been hinting that something quite big is happening throughout a day before the video finally went public.

You can see for yourself the whole video where Ninja is discussing with Ellen about Fortnite as well as making an attempt at teaching her to play it here:

Extended Cut: Ellen and Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins Play 'Fortnite'