News event LoL: ex-Fortnite Ninja star provokes a Youtuber with 100 million subscribers, they will settle it live
A duel on League of Legends will take place between the stars of the Internet MrBeast and Ninja. A meeting with a stake of 150,000 dollars which will be broadcast live on Twitch and Prime Video, but also in Las Vegas.
- LoL: Octagon (with rules) between Ninja and MrBeast
- MrBeast vs. Ninja, who wins?
LoL: Octagon (with rules) between Ninja and MrBeast
One of the stars of Youtube MrBeast (97 million subscribers, top 5 in the world) will organize a match at stake on League of Legends against Tyler Ninja Blevins, star of Twitch and Fortnite. $150,000 will be at stake in this best-of-three encounter. The match will take place at the Hyper X Arena in Las Vegas on July 10 at 1:00 a.m. French time and will be broadcast live on the Twitch channel. Crown.
A live meeting that serves as a “settlement of accounts” between the two men. Since June 10, MrBeast and Ninja have been challenging each other on their level of play on Riot’s MOBA. Provocations and peaks that have nothing really bad through the tone used, and we feel that they are there just to draw attention to their event more than anything else.
MrBeast vs. Ninja, who wins?
The bets are therefore already open on the future winner of this meeting. On one side, there is MrBeast. The Youtuber, who totals 97 million subscribers, has built his notoriety on videos, each more delirious than the other: his own version of Squid Game where he offers $456,000, another where he gets buried alive. In general, he often makes videos challenge where he subjects participants to wacky challenges in exchange for sums of money Examples include swimming with sharks for $100,000 or winning a lamborghini just by putting your hand on it. Nevertheless, he regularly publishes videos of him on Minecraft which seems to be his favorite game even if he has been on Fall Guys or Among Us.
Conversely, Ninja built his reputation by being a professional gamer. He first started on Halo before joining the Fortnite hype, a game on which his popularity literally exploded. However, the mechanics and reflexes of the games mentioned above differ from those of League of Legends. Ninja has occasionally broadcast some of his games on Twitch, but it is not around this title that he creates his content or even that he performs. It will therefore be interesting to see how the opposition between the two players will turn out if they were to participate: the teams will be announced soon, and we don’t know if Ninja and MrBeast will be part of it, but we hope so.
In any case, the meeting will be broadcast on July 10 at 1:00 a.m. French time live on the Twitch channel Crown. Viewers will be able to support their champion with custom emotes that influence matches in real time. This event is organized in partnership with Amazon Prime and will also be broadcast on Prime Video. A partnership that will allow Prime members and Twitch viewers to benefit from free gifts and subscriptions during the stream.