Tyler Ninja Blevins can be considered as a legend of online social networks and Esports. Although his age is still very young, what has made him become a real force. He has never appeared in cultural history in general and esports in particular.
Blevins – a young man who changed the way people play games and how they all interacted with each other. The importance of Ninja’s contributions cannot be summed up with a few simple figures. However, it’s interesting to take a closer look at some of the biggest wins he’s achieved so far.
Since being a pro, esports still seem unacceptably recognized in the sports flow in general. People continue to question whether playing games like Mario World is worthy of being considered sports talent.
The first esports athlete to do that, another monumental victory for experienced gamers and streamer. The best part of this event though, is that esports is starting to gain respect. And professional gamers are also considered as real athletes.
There is still much to be done to esports receive the respect it deserves in the professional sports community. But the fact that Ninja appeared on ESPN magazine’s cover is a big step forward.
A large number of fans and gamers consider this to be one of the biggest moments in game history. This event still resonated in the community a while later, with Blevins becoming an extremely hot search keyword almost immediately after. With the Ninja brand having reached a new level, and Blevins had difficulty in collecting world records after the end.
Blevins set another record when he became the first player to win 5,000 Fortnite wins on PC. That doesn’t seem to be a great achievement, especially compared to some of his other feats. But do you think there are gamers who left Fortnite with just one victory?
Obviously, not many gamers have tasted victory in the limit of battle royale. And even more famous gamers don’t do it often.