Ninja explains why he stopped playing Apex Legends and switched back to Fortnite

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Currently, two battle royale games are ruling the planet, one is Fortnite, and another is the newly introduced Apex Legends. Ninja has explained during his stream that why he won’t play Apex Legends in the coming time.

Apex Legends success has touched a new milestone this month by reaching 50 million total players. Yesterday, Respawn Entertainment also announced the Season 1 release date for Apex Legends which will introduce Battle Pass and the new Legend Octane. But you won’t see Ninja streaming Apex Legends for some while.

Ninja is the face of the Fortnite game, and he rose to fame by streaming the Fortnite game on his Twitch and YouTube channels.

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In his recent stream, a viewer asked Ninja if he would be switching back to Apex Legends streaming. In his response, Ninja stated that “I won’t be going to Apex Legends, man. I’m going to be focusing on the Fortnite World Cup.”

The Fortnite World Cup is one of the biggest esports tournaments coming this year. The winner of the Fortnite World Cup will be awarded with $3,000,000.

Fortnite World Cup qualifiers will take place from April 13th to June 16th, and the finals will take place in New York City from July 26-28, 2019.

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