24 thoughts on “Fortnite star Ninja left Twitch. Then the platform recommended porn to his followers.”

  1. It seems the only time I hear about this guy is through media outlets…..

    Some blue haired streamer who has that awkward video of him dancing in new york with no one caring.

  2. Stupid question, why can’t he keep the Twitch account active and just use it to upload gaming videos while streaming on Mixer?

    It prevents this kind of issue and gives more outlets to view his stupid videos.

  3. If you look up the definition of toxic gamer you will see a video of him screaming at a kid that he will get him banned.

  4. what are you going to do with your time if you can’t watch ninja anymore. Pron seems a fitting Substitute πŸ˜›

  5. I’m sure it was an “accident” too.

    Twitch knows exactly what they’re doing with their policies… getting a lot of revenue from certain “entertainment” streamers…

  6. Just want to point out that WaPo is owned by Jeff Bezos, owner of Amazon, who also owns Twitch.

    A little bit of a marketing gimmick, eh?

    At least the writer mentions it, near the bottom of the article…

  7. I was surprised the guy is actually married.

    His name is crap, “Ninja” is too general. It is hard to protect it on every platform because probably 10m other users use it too. Just like Adidas tried to protect their 3 lines logo and the EU court disagreed. Not sure for what “brand” he is talking about, but this isn’t how it is work. Has he registered it? I guess no.

  8. Since the oldest fotnite player is probably 12 and oldest follower of this clown is 11 it doesn’t look good for him.

  9. 1. paywall
    2. on his account shouldve been only been other streams advertised. how the fuck can porn mix into that? i highly doubt this without even reading.

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