Fortnite Streamer Tyler Ninja Earns $500000 Per Month

Posted: Mar 20 2018, 9:02am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Fortnite Streamer Tyler Ninja Earns $500000 Per Month

Tyler Ninja Blevins earns a Whopping $500,000 per Month (Yes You Heard That Right!)

Tyler Ninja Blevins hooked up with Drake to beat a record recently. He confirmed in an interview with CNBC's Squawk Alley that the total revenues accruing to him amount to a cool $500,000 per month.

The dude deals in streaming. Much of his hard-earned money comes courtesy of Amazon and Twitch Prime subscribers. Also the fellow has subscribers on YouTube, Instagram and Twitter who all give generously.

It is a strange combination of social media currency funneling that has led to this state of being a very rich person for the Ninja (as people like to call him).

Twitch Prime allowed him to collect the revenues generated by playing Fortnite. It is the coolest and funkiest of games on the channel. The incoming subscribers just won’t stop.

They keep coming back for more. However, although Blevins has made it big, he is an atypical example and is very shrewd.

He doesn’t want other students and lads to follow his footsteps since they might gamble away their hard-earned fortunes. They would be better off studying for their exams at school or college or wherever they are in their life.

According to Blevins, he worked at a job and was in college when he began what would later on make him very rich. His advice to students was never to just give up on education and leave it in the middle of their days as students. They ought to finish it before they decide to get rich.

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