Goodnight sweet prince.
After a few weeks away from streaming with the fall of Mixer, Ninja has made his return, but this time it is through YouTube Gaming.
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, Fortnite superstar and arguably the most successful gamer in the world, represented Red Bull at New York Fashion Week.
It’s easy for streamers to jump into a business deal when they see money signs, but they could still be grabbing the short end of the stick.
Looking for a crew to watch The Game Awards with? Then join us over on the official DualShockers Mixer stream later tonight!
First Ninja, now the streamer Shroud is "making moves" by exclusively streaming on Microsoft's platform Mixer, starting later today.
Ninja's manager and wife Jessica Blevins detailed how his contract with Twitch pushed him to Microsoft's streaming platform Mixer.
I'm sure this is a decision by Ninja that has nothing to do with money whatsoever.
Fortnite and other popular battle royales have seen a steady decline in streaming viewership during the last 4 quarters.
Mixer Embers have gone live for mobile devices and will allow you to pay for premium skills.
We're streaming a huge Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament live from my apartment tonight at approximately 8pm EST.
Xbox One's July updated hit today, and adds new features like FastStart, Groups, and full-screen webcam broadcasting on Mixer.
Mixer is now available on iOS and Android to the general public, after rounds of beta testing and improvements across the board.
DualShockers has a chat with Ben Favreau from, Mixer to discuss how easy it is to start broadcasting and set up a co-stream through Mixer on Xbox One and Windows 10.
Microsoft knows that Leprechauns make everything funnier, as it publishes a new ad for its Mixer livesteraming service.
Microsoft is giving some promotion to its Mixer livestreaming platform with a cheesy but rather funny ad.
Beam has undergone a name change to Mixer and now features co-streaming with multiple friends.