Fortnite streamer Ninja responds to those who have criticized his move to Mixer, providing them with 'astounding' numbers from the site.
After teasing a huge announcement, a popular Twitch streamer has fans speculating whether or not the streamer may be moving to Mixer.
Mixer receives changes to subscription pricing in another bid to bring Twitch fans over to the Microsoft branded streaming service.
Twitch streamer Herschel 'Dr Disrespect' Beahm IV outlines why he is not considering moving his brand to Microsoft's Mixer platform.
Following Mixer's pick-up of Shroud, one of Twitch's most popular streamers, another major Twitch streamer has announced they're switching.
Following Ninja's, and most recently, Shroud's move to the Mixer streaming service, Dr Disrespect states he was offered a deal which he denied.
Fortnite's The End event pulls in over 4.8 million viewers worldwide, and in the process crashes Twitch, Mixer, and even the Epic Games Store.
Despite an exclusive deal with Ninja, livestreaming platform Mixer is struggling to attract viewers while Twitch's viewership continues to grow.
Ninja's manager reveals why the streamer really left Twitch to stream exclusively on Mixer, also calling Microsoft 'warm' and 'friendly.'
In a surprise reveal, it turns out Ninja was eliminated early in The Masked Singer, a reality TV show where competitors hide their identities.
Mixer is now allowing advertisements on certain types of content, but streamers probably aren't going to be too happy with it.
Ninja, who makes his living off playing games like Fortnite, doesn't agree with the President's claims about gaming and gun violence.