Ninja Fortnite Settings & Keybinds
Tyler Blevins, known as Ninja, born on June 5, 1991, is an American streamer and youtube player. In May 2018, he is the most popular streamer on Twitch with more than 9 million followers and an average of more than 100,000 spectators per stream. Note: we also provide Ninja Apex Settings.
Ninja Fortnite Settings
View Distance: Epic
Ninja Fortnite Sensitivity
Mouse sensitivity X: 0.1
Sensitivity Y: 0.07
ADS sensitivity: 0.300
Scope Sens: 0.300
Mouse DPI: 800
Polling Rate: 1000
Mouse: Finale mouse ultralight pro
Ninja Fortnite KeyBinds / Binds
Jump: Space Bar
Sprint: Left shift
Harvesting Tool: 1
Weapon Slot 1, 2, 3 : 2, 3, 4
W Slot 4: Z
Weapon Slot 5: X
Ninja Building Binds
Building Wall: Thumb Mouse button 4
Building Stairs: Thumb mouse button 5
Building Roof: Left Shift
Rotate building: R
Repair / Upgrade: F
Select Building Type: V
Building edit: G
Tyler started playing Halo 3 professionally in 2009. He has played for various teams including Cloud9, Renegades, Team Liquid2, and Luminosity Gaming3. He is currently a streamer.
Tyler became a streamer in 2011 first with Justin.tv, then moved to Twitch. He started playing H1Z1 at the beginning of his early access program with Steam, then PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) when he also accessed Steam’s Early Access program. He joined Luminosity Gaming in 2017 first as a Halo player, then as an H1Z1 player, then as a PUBG player where he won the PUBG Gamescom Invitational in the 3rd Person Squad ranking. It began to broadcast Fortnite regularly and its audience began to grow, coinciding with the game’s growing popularity2. By September 2017, there were 500,000 subscribers, and six months later, this number had increased by 250%4. In March 2018, Tyler set the Twitch.tv record for a single individual stream by playing Fortnite after he organized games with Drake, Travis Scott and Juju Smith-Schuster5. Then in April 2018, he broke his own viewing record at his Ninja Vegas 2018 event where he reached an audience of 667,000 live viewers6. In June 2018, he won the pro-am tournament at E3.
Tyler has more than 15 million YouTube subscribers as of June 2018. He earns more than $500,000 a month through Fortnite’s streaming and has credited the free-to-play business model as a growth factor7.
In a fundraising stream for an association held in February 2018, Blevins raised more than $110,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention8. At the first Fortnite Battle Royale Esports event in April 2018, he donated nearly $50,000 in prizes, including $2,500 to the Alzheimer Society9. Later in April, Ninja participated in the # Clips4Kids event with other Dr.Lupo and Timthetatman streamers, and in total, he helped raise over $340,00010.
His family was featured in several episodes of the TV show Family Feud in 2015.