Richard Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins
Ninja Fortnite Settings & Keybinds
Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins has to be one of the best-known gamers in the world, successfully creating a community that saw him become the biggest Fortnite streamer in the world following a number of earlier years playing other battle royale style games such as H1Z1 and PUBG as well as playing professional Halo before that.
Those that have followed eSports for a number of years could well know that Ninja has seen a number of organisations come and go, formerly playing as part of Cloud9, Renegades and Team Liquid before joining Luminosity Gaming where he calls his eSports home right now.
Potentially one of the most business savvy gamers that we have ever seen, Ninja has created a brand that is globally recognised and has seen sponsorships and collaborations with some of the biggest brands in the world, including Red Bull and more recently Adidas with his ‘Time In’ range.
|Weapon Slot 1||2|
|Weapon Slot 2||3|
|Weapon Slot 3||4|
|Weapon Slot 4||5|
|Weapon Slot 5||X|
|Sprint by Default||On|
|Auto Run||Mouse Wheel Button|
|Push to Talk||Left Ctrl|
|Frame Rate Limit||240 FPS|
|3D Resolution||100% 1920×1080|
|Mouse Sensitivity X||0.100|
|Mouse Sensitivity Y||0.070|
|Mouse Targeting Sensitivity:||0.300|
|Mouse Scope Sensitivity:||0.300|
Ninja’s real name is Richard Tyler Blevins, however he is better known as Tyler Blevins.
Ninja is 28 years old and was born June 5th 1991.
Ninja lives in Detroit, Michigan in the United States of America.
Ninja is married to Jessica ‘JGhosty’ Blevins and they met at a Halo gaming tournament back in 2010.
Ninja is managed by his wife Jessica Blevins, taking care of the business side while Ninja focuses on the streaming and gaming aspect.
Ninja is a member of Luminosity Gaming right now and has previously been a part of Cloud9, Renegades and Team Liquid.
Ninja streams on Mixer following a big money move away from Twitch back on August 1st 2019, a move which saw his new streaming platform offer everyone that wanted to follow Ninja to the platform a free subscription to his channel for a month.
It was claimed that Ninja makes more than $500,000 a month from gaming alone, with a wide range of other revenue streams funnelling into his income too, such as his deals with Red Bull, Adidas, Mixer as well as his own range of ‘Ninja’ branded products that are sold in large retailers in the United States.
Ninja is also known as ‘NinjasHyper’ and he does still use that username on some games.