Ninja's brief streaming hiatus comes to an end with a multiplatform promise

Ninja's brief streaming hiatus comes to an end with a multiplatform promise ...

Ninja, a popular streamer and content creator, announced his return to livestreaming today, almost a week after his sudden departure. He plans to do so on a broad spectrum of platforms, including Twitch, YouTube, TikTok, and others.

Ninja received enormous attention on September 1 when he suddenly raged-quit his Fortnite game, declaring that he would take an impromptu vacation from streaming. Concerns grew as the creator swift altered his social media presence and left only a disturbing tweet implying that he might switch platforms. Many other creators and viewers speculated that Ninja's departure was to signal a possible departure from Twitch.

I took a little time off, but now I'm back and I'll be live EVERYWHERE tomorrow at 12CST

Ninja announced his intention to resume streaming on September 9 and stated that his program would no longer be exclusive to Twitch. He will now stream across Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch.

Ninja, who is no longer tied to Twitch, is not bound by an exclusive contract, which will allow him to stream across this vast array of platforms. Though Twitch has recently allowed its partnered creators to create live video content on other platforms, it continues to refuse users to concurrently stream on other platforms alongside Twitch.

LET'S GOOOO! Bro is about to get stream sniped on every platform!

Ninja's brief break came to an end as well as the reveal of the long-time content creators' new radical approach to livestreaming. SypherPK, one of Ninja's constant collaborations, joked that now Ninja will have to deal with stream snipers across virtually every platform.

Ninjas, one of the most popular livestreamers at his peak, has developed a unique strategy of significantly increasing his presence on all platforms. Starting on September 9 at 12:00pm CT, viewers will be able to see how the streamers' new plan works.