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Babylon

Ninja Leaving Twitch for Mixer

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I'm guessing it's around $10m a year with a 2-3 year contract.
This is already a huge success for Mixer, as Ninjas inactive stream on Mixer has 27k viewers at the moment.
Not only that, a lot of new streamers will surely make the switch to Mixer, since it's a lot easier to start off on an unused platform, than an already established one with popular faces.
The announcement Ninja made shook Twitch so hard that they removed his Verified role after an hour of the YT video being released.

Well played Bill Gates, well played.

Edited by Luka

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I've heard that the deal Mixer gave him was insanely good. Just so good that he couldn't say no in correlation to his current earnings on Twitch. On the other side he was also allowed to give his fans 2 months of free subscribement on Mixer. That in itself is a good deal. On the other hand he will MOST likely loose about 20-30% of his current viewer base. Not that he can't recover from that tho :P

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Just now, OMGhixD said:

I've heard that the deal Mixer gave him was insanely good. Just so good that he couldn't say no in correlation to his current earnings on Twitch. On the other side he was also allowed to give his fans 2 months of free subscribement on Mixer. That in itself is a good deal. On the other hand he will MOST likely loose about 20-30% of his current viewer base. Not that he can't recover from that tho :P

A good deal for Mixer as well.
A high percentage of the viewers will get used to being a subscriber so they'll most likely re-sub once the two months run out.

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Just now, Luka said:

A good deal for Mixer as well.
A high percentage of the viewers will get used to being a subscriber so they'll most likely re-sub once the two months run out.

Aye no doub't a win win situation for both parts.

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