Chocknyheten came out of nowhere on Monday. Microsoft's massive launch of Blender, streamingtjänsten that would challenge the guys to have, put it down. Many of the profiles, receiving the news, live in its channels, and are seen to burst out in tears, while others direct their anger towards the Console.
the Announcement came just a year mångmiljonavtal were made by some of the biggest names such as Tyler ”Ninja” Blevins and Michael ”Shroud” Grzesiek. It has been previously reported that the 29-year-old is a strong focus on the contract with the Blender, was worth 280 million dollars.
and Now, a year later, they, along with all the other built-in Mixer streamare free to find a new home for their stream, and the speculation has already begun as to where they might end up.
at the same time as the Mixer, confirm that the service is being closed down so, announcing the agreement with Facebook Gaming in the future. Those who were previously partners of the Mixer, are now being offered the chance to head over to Facebook.
"We started out pretty far behind as regards the Mixing of monthly active users, compared to some of the major players," says Phil Spencer, the gamingchef at Microsoft, The Verge.
According to the mail-been dating an unknown man, Richard Lewis, referring to the välinsatta sources, so has Facebook offered a huge contract to both the Ninja and the Shroud. They both, however, have turned down the offer, and is therefore free to negotiate with other services as well.
the Ninja's entries on Twitter.
”I love my community, and what we have built together in the Blender. I've got a few decisions to be made, and will be thinking of you when I'm not.”< https://twitter.com/RLewisReports/status/1275139749716480000Behövs any tricks to getting the right in-V64-1
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