With an audience of over 20 million people, Ninja (Tyler Blevins) is one of the most popular gamers/streamers in the world.
The game that he streams the most is Fortnite Battle Royale which has over 200 million players, but Ninja also streams Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout.
When someone has such a huge audience like Ninja does, there are many different ways to monetize it.
So far Ninja is earning money from YouTube and Twitch ads that appear along his videos and he also earns money from paid subscriptions, from people who pay $5 per month to have access to his premium content.
Ninja also helps some big brands to promote their products. He worked with Red Bull, Bud Light, NFL, Riddell Sports and many other companies, but he also has his own clothing line called TeamNinja.
Ninja's net worth is estimated at $17 million in 2019.
Continue reading below to find out more about Ninja's wife, family, merch and other interesting stuff!
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Wife: Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins is married to Jess Blevins (Jessica Goch) since 2017. She is also his manager and a gamer in heart too.
Jess is one year and one month younger than her husband.
The couple first met on a gaming event.
Kids: Ninja and his wife Jessica still don't have kids.
Siblings: Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins has two older brothers, Chris 'ninja_invictus' Blevins and Jonathan 'Bearded' Blevins.
Jonathan is the oldest brother and he is already married and has kids. Chris is also married and his wife's name is Julia.
Parents: Ninja's parents are Cynthia Blevins (mother) and Chuck Blevins (father).
On the photo above you can see Ninja with his brother Chris and with his nephews, Ninja with his mother and Ninja's grandparents.
Find out who are Ninja's friends and associates:
Ninja and his wife Jess bought a house in the Chicago suburbs. The house cost them over one million dollars, which is no surprise since it has five bedrooms, a game room in the basement and even a theatre.
Ninja's game room is probably the most interesting part of the house for you, so we bring you this video created by Red Bull that shows you exactly that.
In this video you will also see some of the equipment that Ninja uses, but for a detailed list of the hardware that he uses and for his exact Fortnite settings check Ninja settings page on fortnitelist.com
Although he can afford to have a big and expensive cars collection, Ninja has only one car, a Buick 2015 Encore.
He bought it in 2015 and he still drives it and shares it with his wife.
Here's the photo of his car and an important message to all of us.
The famous HALO and Fortnite gamer, Ninja, played for these E-Sports teams so far:
Ninja promised to his fans that he will get two tattoos if they donate money to St. Jude, which is a children's hospital in Memphis.
His fans donated $320,000 and Ninja already got his first tattoo.
He tattoed 'Ninja' in Chinese letters on his right arm. You can see the tattoo on the photo above.
Ninja's second tattoo will be inspired by Fortnite game. We will update the article as soon as he gets the second tattoo.
You can't just drop everything and focus on playing video games for a living.
There is a deeper connection with streamers and viewers than any other celebrity or influencer - I'm live 12 hours a day; that's half my day I'm sharing with millions of people.
I feel like Drake saw that I was up-and-coming in the gaming scene, and he thought it would be a perfect way to just tap into another source of viewers by playing with me. He also might have just wanted to game. I'm not sure.
The more ways you can tell a story and paint a picture, the better it is.
I'm confident that no matter what game comes out, I'll be able to play at a top competitive level.
I always played videogames my entire life.
Gun skill is never the main reason why someone is talented at a game. It's literally their decision making.
'Fortnite' is cartoony, if you want to use that word, and that's going to a good turn-on for parents when they see their kids playing a game like that.
People that follow a bunch of people then unfollow for their ego or follower count... what is wrong with you.
Let's be real for a minute... 2018 was hands down the greatest year of my life. I have been working toward this goal my entire life, gaming since I was a kid. Take control of your destiny this year and make shit happen. Love you all
People can just put their cash away and continue to make money and never give back because they just do not care, but I immediately felt obligated to use my influence for good things.
Music makes everything better.
Love your friends unconditionally and love your family.
Here is the list of all Ninja's social media accounts:
So far Ninja played over 14,300 Fornite matches and he got over 98,600 kills.
Ninja decided not to stream games with other women, to avoid having problems with his wife Jess. Prevention is better than cure.