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The Real Reason Ninja Says New Streamers Should Avoid Big Games

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While Ninja starts the CNET video explaining that becoming a streamer wasn’t yet a popular thing when he did it, he uses his own beginning as an example. Ninja said that when he started out he was playing “Halo Reach” professionally and when he would go to stream the game, there would only be 30 to 40 other people online playing the same game. That meant when people clicked on the “Halo Reach” category, his stream wasn’t too hard to find for someone who scrolled down even a little bit.

Ninja’s other piece of advice is likely not going to be as easy to follow as the previous one. His said that gamers should be one of the best, if not the best player in whatever game you are streaming. His logic here is that many of the people watching streams aren’t the best gamers themselves and want to learn new strategies and techniques from watching good players. It can be hard to prove why people might watch a stream but regardless, most people are going to struggle to compete at the highest skill level.

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