Ninja’s First Colaboration with Adidas
Who doesn't know Richard Tyler Blevins or who is familiar with Ninja, for those of you who like to play Fortnite would have been familiar with him, he is a famous streamer in the Fortnite community.
Thanks to its popularity, Ninja is now working with Adidas to collaborate on making shoes. After announcing their collaboration with Adidas in August last year, the Fortnite superstar finally officially launched his collaboration product named "TIME IN" Nite Jogger.
The shoes were adapted from the Adidas Nite Jogger series which was modified by Adidas so that they come with the distinctive colors of Ninja which are blue and yellow, besides that there are the words 'Time In' and 'Ninja' on the sides of the shoes. That's what makes these shoes special.

This shoe is dark blue with the words 'Time In' and 'Ninja' on the side of the shoe and behind it there is a 20k sign that symbolizes 20,000 hours of Ninja's stream time. This shoe is priced at $150.
Based on a tweet from Ninja, he said that the shoes from his collaboration with Adidas had been sold out in just 40 minutes. He also expressed his gratitude to the fans and hopes that by 2020 everything will be even better.
Adidas decision to embrace gamers is arguably a very appropriate step. Collaboration between Ninja and Adidas shows that this time the video game industry is peaking interest in other industry sectors.

Written by: Poonce
Date: January 4th, 2020

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The recent launch of a new Witcher based series that holds the same name “The Witcher”, which you can watch on Netflix, pushed the original game itself and brought it back to its old glory. Looking at the statistics, the game itself is currently played by over 30 000 people on Steam, with the highest recorded number being a bit over 50 000 players. To0 Geralts currently runs across the map and kills monsters, just like Geralt (Henry Cavill) does in the series. In comparasion, “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” currently boasts more players than those currently playing “Red Dead Redemption 2”.

Creator founds his 25 year old game being streamed on Twitch
Imagine this scenario. Christmas Eve, you are scrolling through Twitch to find the stream you like and relax watching your favorite streamer. You suddenly see your game, that you made almost 25 years ago using MS Paint, being streamed by someone on Twitch. Well, that’s what happened to a man named Rick Brewster. Quite by chance he came across a streamer called “Macaw” which enjoys playing retro games and sharing his experiences with others on Twitch. Macaw was playing his game called “The Golden Flute 4: The Flute of Immortality” that Rick made when he was just 12 years old. Rick gave the game to his cousin, making only one copy of the game. Unfortunately, cousin lost the game and Rick thought it was lost forever. Rick welcomed the streamer on Twitter and thanked him for playing his game and gave him some tips about it.

Written by: Solaris
Date: January 4th, 2020