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Ninja Kicked From Live Stream for Leaking TwitchCon Party Details

Ninja is without a doubt, the most famous streamer in the world right now and he has got all this success is partly due to Fortnite. But this popularity didn’t help him from being kicked out of a Fortnite live stream. He was kicked from a live stream after leaking some details about TwitchCon party.

Ninja did already confirm that he’s going to be at TwitchCon party but he didn’t go further in details. Though during this live stream. His stream partner, Dennis known as “Cloakzy” from Faze Clan asked what he will be doing with musician Dillon Francis at TwitchCon. To which, Ninja tried to not give an exact answer but shortly he responded by saying “Why not, dude? There’s gonna be a Twitch party, dude. Dillon Francis and Ninja hosting.”

Now, this was something not meant for the public as of yet and looks like Twitch is very serious about it. Now exactly when he said those words. Ninja and Cloak were kicked out of the live stream and got an in-game notification which said:

You were removed from the match due to internet lag, your IP or machine, VPN usage or for cheating. We recommend not utilizing VPN or proxy services while attempting to play Fortnite.

It might seem like an accident to some but it’s rather interesting to see a big star like Ninja getting kicked from an online stream. Afterward, Cloak did call out Ninja by saying “That’s what you get for leaking!”. The stream has now been taken down and you can’t watch it happen live anymore but thanks to the internet for saving the moment.

Now if you are interested in TwitchCon or hopefully want to meet Ninja then you should attend the event on October 26-28 in San Jose, CA.

Ninja is on road to success and if you have any doubt about him then you will not anymore as he’s now going to grace the cover of the ESPN magazine’s October issue. He’s the first gamer ever to be featured on the official cover of ESPN magazine. 

It’s an achievement for him and as well for all the gamers like us. We hope to see him at TwitchCon and maybe that’s where he will talk about what actually happened.