Fortnite Ninja stars will probably play more competitive games in the future according to the latest Tweets.
Ninja has focused on playing Fortnite casually with only occasional appearances in competitive tournaments, a strategy that has made it the number one Twitch number one streamer.
But fans can immediately see their favorite streamers at competitive events more often.
When responding to fans who said he enjoyed watching streamers at Fortnite being competitive, Ninja said, "expect more from this in the future."
Competitive Fortnite can clash with fans of ribbon ribbons, because usually there will be less audience interaction during intense training. Some competitive players don't even broadcast their training at all, for fear of giving a strategy.
He previously expressed concern about how a trip to a LAN tournament could damage his streaming career.
"I know that I have to go to this tournament. This will eliminate my streaming time, fetch from content, which also removes it from my Instagram, my YouTube channel and also my Twitter clip, which gets a ton of interaction and says," Ninja says to ESPN while talking about focusing on streaming over competition.
Ninja is no stranger to a competitive environment, being a former professional player Halo. Ninja also won the Fortnite Pro-Am, before Fortnite took off as an esport.
Since Pro-am, Epic Games has added Skirmish events and other major tournaments with a large prize pool. Recently, the Pop-Up Cup was added as an option for online players to compete. Pop = -Up Cup seems to be a way for Ninja to avoid worries about traveling.
While the Ninja is still vague about its competitive future, fans may see more of themselves in intense competition with other streamers, Pop-Up Cups and major tournaments.