No fan of battle royale games doesn’t know Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. This streamer has been so popular that even people who don’t play games know him. Tyler “Ninja” Blevins has himself been called “video game master” in a commercial for the US Super Bowl (the biggest national sports event in the US). And he is the most famous streamer in Twitch in 2018.

But this guy doesn’t seem to stop winning more and more achievements. Just recently, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins has reached 100,000 kills in the game that created him his name: Fortnite.

The streamer has surpassed the milestone while playing with Benjamin “DrLupo” Lupo.

Up to the moment of writing this article, there have been only 4 players in PC platform in the world to achieve this 100.000 eliminations milestone in Fortnite.

The first Fortnite player to achieve the milestone is Jimmy “HighDistortion” Moreno, and he got in on January 20th. At first, Jimmy “HighDistortion” Moreno and Tyler “Ninja” Blevins had a race to see which streamer got the first 100.000 kills in Fortnite. However, on January 10th, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins gave up the race and decided to take a break from Fortnite

Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and Jimmy “HighDistortion” Moreno

The second Fortnite player to achieve the milestone is Streamer “nixxxay”. This guy currently is standing on the top of the kill leaderboard of Fortnite in PC platform all over the world with 110121 kills.

The third player to achieve the milestone is our guy – Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. This guy currently has 100264 kills in Fortnite. But the most important things is, among four players standing on top of the leaderboard right now, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins needs the least matches to surpass this level. He has only played 14,591 matches, while Jimmy “HighDistortion” Moreno has played 18,805 matches, nixxxay has played 18278 matches.

The fourth guy is WBG Ranger. He has just surpassed Tyler “Ninja” Blevins to stand in the third place of the kill leaderboard with 100334 kills. However, this guy has played 16522 Fortnite matches, considerably higher than Tyler “Ninja” Blevins.

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Fortnite kills leaderboard for PC platform