Ninja goes viral after setting teammates on fire in League of Legends
Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is more and more interested League of Legends over the past few months, but it looks like some of the game’s more infamous qualities are starting to be reflected in the popular streamer. During a recent streaming session over the last few days while playing, Blevins ended up losing his temper and gave a rant to two of his in-game teammates that is now starting to go viral.
Blevins’ brief rant was directed at two people he was playing with and saw him insult them with words like ‘trash’, ‘horrible’ and ‘stupid’. The point of contention between Blevins and his teammates – which is not shown in the clip below – appears to stem from a move Blevins asked them not to make in the game. Obviously, however, both players ended up doing exactly what the world-famous Twitch streamer asked them not to do, resulting in all three of them dead.
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– Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) April 18, 2021
All in all, Blevins seems to have had a rough time lately when it comes to the game. League of Legends. In another stream that happened over the weekend, Blevins ended up giving up the rage at one point and ended the stream without warning. The moment occurred after his death three times in the first 10 minutes of a League of Legends match. After leaving the game, he then said goodbye to his audience and cut the flow.
Some have questioned whether or not Blevins’ behavior would get him in trouble from Riot Games, or maybe get a brief total ban from League of Legends. In all likelihood, this is probably not something that will happen. While Blevins might sound harsh in this circulated clip, nothing he said or did in the video would cause him to be banned from the game. At most, he can get a chat restriction for a short time. period, but that would probably be the end – at least for now.
So what do you think of this clip featuring Ninja? And do you regularly get angry with your teammates in the video games you play? Share your thoughts with me in the comments or on Twitter at @ Mooreman12.