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Drake Showed Off His Gaming Skills With A Record-Breaking Livestream On Twitch
1 month ago

Canadian rapper Drake set the gaming world ablaze when he announced on Twitter that he would be joining forces with well known gamer Tyler Blevins, aka Ninja, in live-streaming a match of Fortnite: Battle Royale on

The world of gaming is no joke, people. With Drake's inclusion, Ninja gained more than 90,000 followers on, which will pay him roughly $250,000 more per month.

Where do we sign up?

Before long Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and rapper Lil Yachty had joined in...

Rapper Bobby Tarantino was throwing some subtle shade looking to get in on the action:

The game set a record for live-streaming, with 600,000 concurrent viewers, and people couldn't get enough:

Who knows what the future might bring?