Ninja may find the transition from Mixer to YouTube Gaming a much easier move than to Facebook Gaming or his even his old home at Twitch given the way the two left things.
Despite Facebook’s bad reputation, the company could be a great partner for bringing Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service in front of more eyeballs.
Microsoft has been trying for years to compete with Twitch and other video game streaming services, but the company’s Mixer platform seems to be getting nowhere.
This stagnation in increasing eyeballs to its service during perhaps a time uniquely suited for its growth should be a concerning trend
Even though the number of unique active channels on Mixer grew during Q1 2020, the service is still struggling to attract an audience according to a new report.
According to a new report from CNN, Microsoft paid Ninja between $20 and $30 million to leave Twitch to stream exclusively on Mixer.
In most cases, the disillusionment isn't from blind fanboyism to Twitch, Google or any other service, but by the lack of competitive features
Popular streamers DrLupo, LIRIK, and TimTheTatman have all signed multi-year contracts with the Amazon-owned streaming giant.