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Years later, she messaged him through Twitter but thought he'd never reply because he had a whopping 1, followers. He now has 3. The couple got married last August and went on a six-day honeymoon in the Caribbean.
Ninja left a message for his viewers explaining that he'd be gone and queued up videos so they'd have fresh content during his absence. It was his only vacation in eight years. In college, Jess started streaming to better understand why Tyler would go hours without replying to her texts.
A day in, she realized how consuming it was.
We're not sitting there doing nothing. I don't think anyone gets that. Rick and Morty and SpongeBob are favorite sources for material. But his improvisational style has led him astray. In March, he dropped the N-word while rapping on a stream. He apologized the next day and later announced he would stop swearing. Ninja also has a knack for impersonating the more well-known gamers he teams up with on a stream.
As a kid, he'd leave a movie theater reciting lines word for word in the actors' voices.
He was so good at it, his parents tried to put him in theater. After telling me his favorite film is Interstellar, he drops a killer Matthew McConaughey impression. The couple are aware of the pitfalls of working together, and Jess often has to make clear whether she's talking to Tyler as his wife or as his manager. When she herself is conflicted, they seek advice from his support team, which includes an agent, managers from Red Bull and Jess' mother.
When I ask Jess for an example of a time they needed counsel, she says, "Any of the controversial stuff. Teaming up with women on stream might spark internet speculation, and he wants to protect his marriage. To some, his instinct was rather romantic, even noble. The internet is often a toxic place where anonymity frees people to unleash their worst selves. When Tyler was still living with his parents, they once had their house surrounded by police, guns drawn, due to a swatting call.
But that toxicity is especially fierce against women, and esports is notoriously male-dominated.
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There is only one woman, South Korean Overwatch pro Geguri, playing on the biggest stages. Support from a man with Ninja's influence, especially among children, would go a long way toward overcoming barriers. When asked about the controversy now, Tyler talks even faster than he usually does and gets a little heated.
He says he misspoke in that interview but reiterated his position. This is the person I vowed to spend the rest of my life with," he says. The one-on-one stream especially, where two people game and talk for hours at a time, is "very intimate in a way," and he would rather avoid doing that with a woman who isn't his wife.
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He does have plans to collaborate with popular women Instagrammers and says women gamers are always welcome to play with him in a group or at events. That way he can "control the narrative more, without stupid drama and rumors flooding into our lives.
I post a picture with our best friend or a brother-in-law and it's like, 'She cheated on you.
They complete each other's stories when together, and when they're apart, they tell a lot of the same ones. Tyler says the only time he doesn't feel like streaming is when Jess isn't home. The Blevins family moved to Illinois from Detroit when Tyler, whom the family calls Ty, was just a year old. He hasn't forgotten his roots: A dedicated Lions fan, he watches Barry Sanders highlights to pump himself up. Growing up, their dad, Chuck, was the gamer, playing on the Sega after his sons went to bed.
The boys played too, though their mom, Cynthia, established some strict rules. They had to keep their grades up, get a job once they were old enough and, as Tyler remembers, spend an hour outside for every hour they gamed.
Tyler, who played soccer through high school, was the best at every video game he tried, to the point where Jonathan would punch him in the arm to try to stop him. Tyler started calling himself Ninja after an old Halo move. He persuaded his parents to let him go to his first gaming tournament, in Columbus, Ohio, when he was 17 on the condition that his dad go with him.
He and a rotating cast of teammates played and lived out of his parents' basement, to the point where Chuck and Cynthia started asking some of the guys to leave. He went pro in Halo and started streaming in his sophomore year of college, inafter a year at Silver Lake College, a Catholic liberal arts school in Wisconsin.
Blevins says he didn't know what streaming would become when he first started doing it, but he always had a knack for the next big thing. He got into both streaming and esports when Twitch was still called Justin. While all the big streamers were still playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Tyler noticed that the fans in his Twitch chat were talking about a new battle royale version of Fortnite that launched in September Sensing an opportunity, he switched to Fortnite last fall.
He didn't realize the magnitude of what he'd done, he says: He closes his eyes to take in the glow of the sun, looking so peaceful that I hesitate to break the silence.
He's always on the lookout for the next big thing. He is so closely tied to Fortnite, it's hard to imagine his popularity surviving the jump, but he says he won't let that stop him. He's been so good for so long that he's confident he can master whatever comes next too. There will always be another game -- if not better, then simply newer.
In fact, Ninja started streaming the beta version of Call of Duty's new battle royale, Blackout, on Friday to a peak ofviewers and announced on Saturday that he will be headlining a tournament for the new game at Twitch's annual streaming convention in late October. How does he stay so good? Don't just play, practice. Ninja competes in about 50 games a day, and he analyzes each and every one. He never gets tired of it, and every loss hits him hard.
Hypercompetitive, he makes sure he walks away with at least one win each day. He averages about 15 and once got 29 in a single day. You die, and oh well, you go onto the next game.
When you're practicing, you're taking every single match seriously, so you don't have an excuse when you die.
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You're like, 'I should have rotated here, I should have pushed there, I should have backed off. Despite his new wealth and fame and the demands on his time from sponsors, events and other deals -- including an official Team Ninja merchandise store launching in mid-September -- he does his best to feed the beast. So many people stop when they're at the top," he says, his voice growing fierce again.