Correction: Originally this article conflated two different reporting incidents, Epic has issued a statement about the second one. "Just honestly that I clearly need to be even better so situations like this can never happen," Ninja told me. It's a tough situation to be in. After she had a simple joke about Ninja losing, he responded by saying, "Don’t you have another cat to abuse?" Sure, Ninja has gotten angry at other players from time to time, but the guy streams like 60+ hours a week, so you're going to be able to find a few clips where he's a bit heated. Live: What The Presidential Election Results Mean For Your Money, EY & Citi On The Importance Of Resilience And Innovation, Impact 50: Investors Seeking Profit — And Pushing For Change. Dr. Lupo, a friend of Ninja's and another top streamer on Twitch, often does charity streams for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. DOES THAT SINK IN? He revealed that some streamers on Twitch get paid to do charity streams. How dare you use the SEXISM card in such a trivial interaction, lumping in actual victims of sexism especially in gaming. Warning: video contains explicit language, MORE: Ninja and Shroud became free agents after Mixer ends. Check out their videos, sign up to chat, and join their community. xQc says he wasn't implying that any of the top charities were involved in this, and Lupo came to a mutual understanding. You may opt-out by. Here's what we know. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. He wanted to make things clear on Tuesday that he has never been paid for one of his charity streams. Dr. Lupo and xQc then had a brief exchange of clarification. But with newfound fame comes newfound trolls, and Ninja has been under fire by an angry segment of the Fortnite community in what has turned out to be well, something of a frame job, and he's been cleared by Epic of what the community had accused him of doing. Hope to see you doing a fundraiser in the future since you have so much to say about them . Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. In fact, earlier this month, Dr. Lupo raised $965,683.09 in his charity stream. Here's what we know. X-It’s very clear you don’t respect women, or really anyone with again, the trash, I’ve heard you spew. New Releases list / Actress list / Directors list / Series/Type list / Contact Us / Q&A. But the conspiracy theory implications here that Ninja has special banning abilities via a direct pipeline to Epic are ridiculous, and clearly this entire scenario was concocted to try and hurt him. Epic dug into what exactly had happened here and deduced that the ping-report player had not been banned as a result of Ninja's report, which was dismissed due to the fact that there wasn't enough evidence, but that the player later changed his name to that of another banned player to make it look like Ninja's report had gotten him banned. Lots of erotic , softcore even porn ( hardcore ) movies are making to the list . I also wrote The Earthborn Trilogy. Gotcha. Alinity then called Ninja "the most toxic person in gaming. Stop being a piece of shit. Enjoy your day, QVC! . It seems like this entire situation was concocted to imply Ninja's rage can smite random players at will, but that isn't the case. yikes, I’m using the “sexism card” because I refused to be called sweetie and challenge a big gaming figure telling me I don’t work or deserve what I have. Charity streams are exactly how they sound, a streamer will broadcast themselves (typically playing games) while allowing people to donate in an effort to raise charity. © 2020 Forbes Media LLC. That's when Alinity joined in on the conversation, and she probably regrets doing so. https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/f9/a4/twitter-conversation_mnt4u80vjcdi1f2delsufedi2.png?t=109536979&w=500&quality=80. He was referring to a video that went viral last year of clips where Alinity was seen tossing her cat and giving it vodka. TOP DOWNLOAD; MEMBERSHIP; TOP; New Release; Location Report; Information ; 0; CART; SEARCH. This guy always has some trash to say I’ve literally never heard of a single streamer getting paid to raise money, and per FTC rules if they WERE it would have to be easily known to the public. This is what’s wrong with gaming and what women deal with ALL THE TIME. is a recipe to get a whole of attention, and clearly that's what happened here. If you want to be sexist and act like because I’m married to a successful man that it makes me a do-nothing mooching woman, that’s your choice to be that kind of person. Read my new sci-fi thriller novel Herokiller, available now in print and online. This of course is not the case with all charity streams. https://t.co/s1vFdo3lMm, As all of their name-calling and back-and-forth continued, esports reporter Rod Breslau joked, "this calls for xqc+adept vs ninja+jghosty 2v2 bo3 for charity.". The enemy player used an emote which Ninja used as confirmation that he was being sniped (showing off for the camera), and Ninja reported him. Several of today's top streamers got into a heated argument on Twitter that resulted in Ninja bringing up Alinity's controversy with her cats. From an r/LivestreamFail post on Reddit regarding @xQc stating that a majority of streamers get paid to do charity streams - I've never been paid to raise money for @StJude. The way I understand the original story, Ninja was angry that he was killed by a player, whom he accused of stream sniping (someone who would watch Ninja's stream and try to get into his game to purposefully kill him). Not very relatable I know! SUPER HEROINE ACTION Special Manufacture, ZEN Pictures . ", (Twitter) Keep doing amazing things! https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/3d/94/ninja-6302-ftr_d8b0drcjrphh13o7qa2xstk0p.png?t=173823395&w=500&quality=80, https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/f9/a4/twitter-conversation_mnt4u80vjcdi1f2delsufedi2.png?t=109536979&w=500&quality=80, Ninja and Shroud became free agents after Mixer ends, Why is Dr Disrespect banned on Twitch? IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU BEING A WOMEN. I mean, these gucci bags don't pay for themselves. The community, mainly on reddit and YouTube, relished the idea that Ninja had done something mean and bad and threads and videos were shared … It has been quite a year for Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, whose Fortnite gameplay has attracted millions of followers across Twitch and YouTube, resulting in him landing sponsorship deals and guest spots on The Ellen Show, in addition to a place on our 30 Under 30 list.