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Ninja named one of the 100 most influential people of 2019

Ninja is a streamer Twitch that is best known for playing Fortnite (Picture: Getty)

Ninja professional player was named one of the 100 most influential people in 2019.

The 27-year-old is an American Twitch streamer and internet personality, but is best known for playing Fortnite.

"I was among the millions of people around the world who watched the Ninja Fortnite game, a popular video game every day for months," wrote the Pittsburgh Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, who Ninja profiled for the magazine.

“In his craft, he was the undisputed best in the world, something I had so much respect for both athletes and fans. Now he was in one hand as he mixed games and pop culture. "

Ninja High Fives fans when they arrive at the Epic Games Fortnite E3 Tournament (Picture: Getty Images)

"Ninja is an absolute legend, and someone we owe for today.

Smith-Schuster, a longtime player, also credited the Ninja, the real name of Tyler Blevins, with helping to change the perception of games from childish and waste of time. industry with credibility.

His success saw him break away from acting and in February it was confirmed that he had packed a major role in the NFL ad for Super Bowl, which sees him rubbing his shoulders with American football legends.

Star Twitch, which has more than 13 million, enthusiastically shared a video that shows him that he plays as a waiter for a dinner star in a sports star.

The video will be joined by Peyton Manning, Michael Strahan, Aaron Donald and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, as well as Smith-Schuster.

The ad continues to show football players that they are very tense for beginners, such as "Wow, Ninja", "Is it Ninja?" And "Video game master" follow.

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