Ninja now has his very own skin in Fortnite, and his fellow streamers have been congratulating the star in a variety of different ways.
The famous faces who stream Fortnite have become almost as famous as the game itself. It never ceases to amaze us how many people are content to sit and watch others play games rather than play the games themselves. We’re right there with them, mainly watching in the hope that it will improve our own skillsets. We’ll be sure to let you know if that ever happens.
Some of Fortnite‘s famous streamers have gained so much notoriety that Epic is immortalizing them in-game via its Icon Series. The first streamer to get the Icon treatment was Ninja. Last week, a Ninja skin was added to Fortnite. We hate to break this to you, but if this is the first you’re hearing of this, the chance to bag the skin for yourselves has already been and gone.
Other streamers have been reacting to Ninja’s likeness being added to Fortnite, with some of his peers being more complementary than others. Dr. Disrespect was incredibly kind with his congratulatory tweet, in which he tagged Ninja. The streamer wrote, “it took way too long for Epic to add an influencer skin, let alone a @Ninja skin,” offering his fellow streamer a firm handshake.
TimTheTatMan took the opportunity to poke a little fun at Ninja, perhaps in an attempt to bring him back down to Earth following the big news. Tim reminded Ninja about his embarrassing New Year’s Eve appearance in Times Square during which he tried and failed to get the thousands of on-lookers to floss along with him but they declined. Tim had his Fortnite version of Ninja do the flossing and failed miserably when he tried to floss along.
In typical Tfue fashion, who Ninja likely considers his Fortnite nemesis, the streamer took the opportunity to point out his enemy isn’t actually the first to get a skin in the game. Not only did Marshmello achieve the feat before he did, but he also pointed out that the default character Jonesy looks almost exactly like him. We’re still not convinced that was anything more than a happy accident on Epic’s part.
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