The drama for Twitch continues as Tyler "Ninja" Blevins took to Twitter to share his "disgust" at the platform following a recent event. If one million people start paying for a channel subscription, it will prove that he made the right choice leaving Twitch for Mixer, and can grow an audience on nearly any platform. There's no lack of popular streamers on Twitch, but Ninja was among the biggest, so one has to wonder how Twitch is handling Ninja's departure. It remains to be seen how long this all lasts, as once the initial buzz of Ninja joining Mixer wears off the real game begins- especially as people can sub for free right now. Still, Users are following Blevins on Mixer.
If you're considering using Mixer a lot more now that Ninja is there, this is what you can do to enhance your experience on the website through subscriptions.
However, the streamer has been helped hugely by Mixer on his journey to reach 1 million subscribers. An argument with few streamers and some of them said that Mixer Needs the new big name to increase the popularity in the streaming game. Overall, the streaming service formerly known as Beam is friendlier on the eyes, the interface is remarkably intuitive in case you'd like to create some mini-games for your followers and the low latency makes a chat between host and guests feel more natural. Mixer accounts for 3% of time spent watching game streams. The stream made it onto the list of recommendations on Ninja's channel, as shown in this image (NSFW, obviously).
The mixer gives first two months free for the subscribers, then the price will raise up for at least $5.99 per month.