Twitch streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is one of the biggest names in gaming right now, and whether you love him or hate him, he’s slowly become a household name and well-known face both in and outside of the gaming community.
2018 has been a monumental year for Ninja, who’s absolutely crushed several streaming records in the past 12 months. It looks like he planned to end the year with a bang, as he’s smashed yet another records just days before the starts of 2019.
Ninja has officially become the first Fortnite Battle Royale player to get 5000 Victory Royales on PC – meaning he’s won 5000 matches.
— Ninja (@Ninja) December 27, 2018
It doesn’t end there though, as he currently has the most kills of any player in the game, with over 94,000 players dying at his very skilled hands. At the time of writing, his kill-death ratio is an impressive 11.11.
Tyler Blevins may have started out his career as an Esports professional with games like PUBG, Halo and League of Legends but nowadays he’s probably best known as the Fortnite/Twitch streamer, Ninja.
Aside from breaking records for his kill count, in 2018 Ninja also became the very first Esports player to take the cover of ESPN magazine.
— Ninja (@Ninja) September 18, 2018
The streamer also claims to have put in nearly 4000 hours os gameplay into 2018 alone, proving that – despite dropping to the world’s second most-subscribed-to Twitch streamer – he’s as popular as ever.
I have streamed 3800 hours of fortnite this year.
— Ninja (@Ninja) December 2, 2018
Well done, Ninja!