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Jarvis Khattri, better known as FaZe Jarvis.

A teenager’s lifetime ban from ‘Fortnite’ sheds light on a dark reality in the esports business

Professional gamers like Tyler "Ninja" Blevins and others in the esports industry have strong feelings about FaZe Jarvis being banned from Fortnite.
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins moved to Microsoft-owned Mixer back in August — the first major streamer to jump ship.

Amazon’s wildly popular video game streaming service, Twitch, is bleeding: These are all the stars who have left for competing services

Amazon owns and operates Twitch, the most popular live video streaming service in the world. But its biggest stars are all jumping ship.
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins announced his move to Microsoft's Mixer in a video intended to look like a press conference.

Why Microsoft paid untold millions to bring the world’s most well-known gamer, Ninja, to its own streaming platform

Microsoft's exclusivity deal with Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is a smarter move than you might think.
Twitch has made celebrities out of gamers like Tyler "Ninja" Blevins.

Ninja is leaving Amazon’s Twitch for an exclusive deal with Microsoft’s video-game-streaming platform, Mixer

The world's most popular gamer has amassed more than 14 million followers on Twitch, but he'll be moving to Mixer on Friday.
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins was surprised by a visit from his mom, Cynthia.

The world’s most popular gamer surprised his mom with a heartfelt thank-you letter for her endless support

ESPN asked Tyler "Ninja" Blevins to write a thank you letter for Mother's Day– they didn't tell him his mom would be there in person to hear it.
PopDog CEO Alexander Garfield

The founder of one of the most successful esports organizations ever left Amazon’s Twitch — and just got $9 million for his new venture

After selling Good Game Agency to Amazon's Twitch in 2014, esports legend Alexander Garfield has announced his new company, Popdog.
Drake in his latest music video for the song, "God's Plan."

Drake gave his favorite video game streamer $5,000 after another successful round of ‘Fortnite’

Drake is back on Twitch with his favorite streamer, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, for more "Fortnite."