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Drake And Streamer Ninja Break Twitch World Record By Playing Fortnite Together

16 March 2018

With Drake and Ninja now the top two most trending topics on Twitter, there is a very strong possibility that Ninja's celebrity filled stream could break the record for most concurrent viewers ever.

Last night, Drake, Travis Scott and Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster jumped online for game of Fortnite: Battle Royale with popular gamer Ninja.

Travis Scott and JuJu Smith-Schuster also joined the same game later too, with rappers Lil Yachty and Logic also lined up to play.

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Among Drake's revelations to Ninja, were several juicy tidbits.

But the version Drake and Ninja played was Fortnite Battle Royale, which is completely free to play.

After streaming with Drake, Ninja now has more than 180,000 paying subscribers on Twitch as well, which is an enormous amount of subscribers.

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Twitch is the world's leading video platform and community for gamers.

The music star logged on for his debut playing survival game Fortnite against popular gamer Ninja on streaming platform Twitch, which allows people to watch others playing games live. It has reached a peak of 460 years and 63 days watched in a months span. Ninja also broke the Twitch all-time record of 388,000 concurrent users set by Dr. Disrespect in a non-tournament match with his 635,000 concurrent user base. According to a report by Forbes, he earns more than $560,000 a month from subscriptions alone. That view count increased dramatically last night, with his stream with Drake peaking at around 600,000 concurrent viewers. "I don't mind it", Drake said, noting that he enjoyed this the most back in high school in Canada. In late January rapper and cannabis connoisseur Snoop Dogg (Doggydogg20 on Twitch) spent the better part of an afternoon smoking a blunt and streaming SOS, a survival-focused game that's now in early access.

The game had a few technical issues to begin with thanks to the sheer number of friend requests that Drake received the moment his PlayStation account name became public knowledge.

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Drake And Streamer Ninja Break Twitch World Record By Playing Fortnite Together