It will not be everyday that streaming stars get their content advertised on some of the biggest billboards in the United States, but that’s exactly what happened for two of Twitch’s most popular streamers.
Ninja and Pokimane have an unbelievable audience between the two of them; with a combined following of 24.5 million followers on Twitch, both content creators have risen to the heights of internet fame for their wildly popular gaming streams.
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While the streamers have really enjoyed collaborations with huge companies in the past, “these exploits pale in comparison to their upcoming advertisements, which according to Pokimane will be shown off in Times Square.”
The ads tell a story of the the streamers careers with amazing cartoonish animations, picturing them as streaming superheroes who silence trolls and save the day with their insane gaming skills (Ninja even acquires a magical headband in his video as a callback to his classic look — as well as being a potential Afro Samurai reference?).
“That’s not all; Ninja revealed that limited edition vinyl figures are going up for pre-order on May 27 at 12 PM PST as part of his latest ad campaign.”
This isn’t the first time, Ninja has been in the major event in Times Square; his infamous New Year’s Eve bash grew an entire generation of memes that viewers still use today.
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