Ninja Fortnite Settings & Keybinds

Ninja Mouse: Finale mouse ultralight pro
Monitor: Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor
Keyboard: Corsair Gaming K70
Headset: Beyerdynamic DT 990

Ninja Fortnite Settings

Resolution: 1920×1080
View Distance: Epic
Shadows:
Off
Anti-Aliasing:
Off
Textures:
Epic
Effects:
Epic
Post Processing:
Low
Vsync:
Off
Motion Blur:
Off
Show FPS:
On

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Ninja Fortnite Sensitivity

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Mouse sensitivity X: 0.10
Mouse sensitivity Y: 0.08
Mouse ADS sensitivity: 0.57
Mouse Scope Sens: 0.40
Mouse DPI: 800
Polling Rate: 1000
Mouse: Finale mouse ultralight pro

Ninja Fortnite KeyBinds / Binds

Jump: Space Bar
Sprint: Left shift
Crouch: C
Reload: R
Use: E
Harvesting Tool: 1
Weapon Slot 1: 2
Weapon Slot 2: 3
Weapon Slot 3: 4
Weapon Slot 4: Z
Weapon Slot 5: X

Ninja Mouse:Finale mouse ultralight pro
Monitor: Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor
Keyboard: Corsair Gaming K70
Headset: Beyerdynamic DT 990

Ninja Building Binds 

Building Slot 1 (Wall): Thumb Mouse button 4
Building Slot 2 (Floor):

Building Slot 3 (Stairs):
Thumb mouse button 5
Building Slot 4 (Roof):
Left Shift
Trap Slot:
5

Rotate building: R
Repair / Upgrade: F
Select Building Type: V
Building edit: G

Like many Fortnite streamers, Ninja is a colourful character. Known for his zany nature, the Illinois gamer is one of the most Twitch gamers for Fortnite in particular. In fact, he is the most popular streamer on Twitch at present, with around 8m followers – and around 90,000 viewers per stream. Amazing, right?

Part of what makes Ninja – otherwise known as Tyler Blevins – so popular is his quality first and foremost. Some streamers are known for their humour and charm more than their gaming ability. While funny and always a good listen, Blevins is one thing before anything else: a pretty damn good gamer.

Outside of Fortnite, he kicks ass on things like PUBG & H1Z1. His first dalliance with professional gaming came in 2009, when he started to play Halo 3 alongside teams like Renegades and Team Liquid. He soon went to Justin.tv and then Twitch.tv, and is now among the most popular of his kind on the system.

Indeed, with so many subscribes on Twitch, he began to get some pretty big amounts of public attention. He actually wound up putting together a Twitch stream that broke the record (he since broke his own record) when he played a game of Fortnite with Drake, Travis Scott and Juju Smith-Schuster. People tuned in like crazy to see it, only helping to further cement his legend among the fans of Fortnite.

Since June 2018, he’s been a partner with Red Bull eSports, and will take part in the Red Bull Rise til Dawn event in July 2018. There, his fans can take him on at Fortnite. If you are interested in seeing if you can beat the man who famously pulls in half a million every month, then keep an eye on that – and make sure you follow him on Twitch!