After a win with some world-class stats in Fortnite solos, Ninja 100 Thieves called Nadeshot to let the CEO know that he was finally “ready” to get back into esports.
Love him or not, there is no doubt that Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins is the biggest and best known Fortnite streamer in the world.
For the past few years, he’s mainly focused on streaming, rather than the esports side of things, having last competed professionally in 2019. However, after a frenzied run in Fortnite solos, he seems to be looking for one. new organization.
Ninja “calls” Nadeshot after Fortnite W
Ninjas have won many Fortnite matches in their day, no doubt about that. But it’s not every day that he hits the W and inflicts more than 6,000 damage on players.
“6,782 damage to players, with an accuracy of 32 percent, in solos,” boasted Ninja after beating his last opponent. “And I took 1,100 damage.”
Feeling the rush of total victory, Ninja decided to call 100 Thieves boss Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag about a brand new contract with the organization.
“Hold on, wait, it’s time,” the streamer said, pulling out his phone. “Ayo Nadeshot, I’m ready. 100 Thieves, I’m done, give me the contract. Okay, bet.”
So, could we see Ninja donning a black and red jersey sometime in the near future?
Even though the phone call to Nade was obviously a little off (sorry to spoil the fun), we’re not ruling out the possibility of it happening altogether. After all, when it comes to Ninja, you never know what could happen.