Another record to add to Superstar Ninja's list of achievements. The streamer has become — alongside his team-mate Reverse2K — the world record for the number of win streak in duos on Fortnite. They have managed to achieve 43 victories in a row over two days of streaming.
Leaving Twitch to join Mixer, this is not Ninja's first record. In addition to the massive numbers of viewers that the streamer gathered during his golden age, it is worth noting a long record holding of kills in duet vs squad. The performance has since been beaten, and Ninja was looking for another top performer to pimp his career on Fortnite. This has been done!
The news will only sadden the previous title holder: Siqqza and his 42 consecutive victories.
The most impressive thing about all this is that both players played all their games while streaming, in front of peaks of 20,000 viewers — without delay. This is enough to silence those who think that streamer doesn't rhyme with great player.
Shortly after the deployment of Fortnite patch 10.40.1, Epic Games wanted to explain the reasons for the changes — some of which were widely discussed on social networks. All topics were covered: bots, matchmaking, controls, and more.