Tyler “Ninja” Blevins brings in a lot of money—and by our estimates, he makes an average monthly income of more than $100,000 from Twitch subscribers alone.
It’s been a long journey to the top for Ninja. But at 28 years old, he’s one of the most popular names in gaming.
By May 2018, he had more than 188,000 Twitch subscribers, a number that dropped by 40,000 in June after taking two days off for E3 2018. These days, though, Ninja streams on Mixer, a streaming platform owned by Microsoft.
Ninja started out as a competitive Halo player in 2009, beginning with Halo 3 and competing in the game for the next seven years through to Halo 5. He competed for teams like Cloud9, Team Liquid, and Renegades, winning a number of tournaments including the MLG Fall Championship 2012.
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