Ninja played more Fortnite with Drake, who gave him $5,000 for winning a game

Popular streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins once again broadcast Epic Games Fortnite with Drake on his personal Twitch channel tonight. The broadcast, which had more than 230,000 active spectators at one point, marks the second time the duo was paired in the battle royale game, after a historic flow last month with NFL player JuJu Smith-Schuster and rapper Travis Scott who broke the record for the most watched live broadcast on Twitch.

Drake, who plays on PlayStation 4 under the command of TheBoyDuddus, is a devout fan Fortnite who claims to know Ninja by watching him play on Twitch and watch the highlights of his best moments on the platforms of social media. as Instagram and YouTube. In this particular stream, Drake seemed to be playing from a recording studio in London, with Drake mentioning possible latency problems when playing on the EU server. Yes, one of the most popular rappers in the world is lamenting the dangers of games between continental countries. What a moment to be alive!

Starting at 9:20 PM ET, Ninja and Drake had secured at least one victory in the duets, and they are playing one more before Drake "has to go to work." The last game is the pair played when Drake promised to donate $ 5,000 to the current Ninja if he got the victory, which he did with 16 deaths. Drake said he was a "man of his word" and asked for the appropriate details to donate the money. It's not a bad tour for a couple of games from Fortnite .