Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins is one of the biggest gaming personalities to ever walk the earth. Alongside the meteoric rise of Fortnite, the Detroit-born streamer has shot to the top of the gaming and streaming world over the past couple of years. Along the way, he traded Twitch for Mixer as part of a […]
The phrase “it’s just a game” is such a weak mindset. You are ok with what happened, losing, imperfection of a craft. When you stop getting angry after losing, you’ve lost twice.
There’s always something to learn, and always room for improvement, never settle.
— Ninja (@Ninja) February 18, 2020
i think people don’t understand that everyone thinks differently & people that are passionate about what they do are obviously going to get emotional. people never understand when i tell them that, but im glad you just put it into words for me. i needed this so thank u
— ashley (@ashIeybtw) February 18, 2020
Ninja stop. You’re embarrassing yourself bro..
— Yumi (@YumiMain) February 18, 2020
Go outside and see if you lost something worth getting angry for.
— Tez2 (@TezFunz2) February 19, 2020
I disagree completely, you don't have to be a sore / salty loser and get all toxic to learn from a loss.
I feel strongly losing helps you get better, especially in competitive games. Anyone doing anything competitive should find value in a loss, but don't need anger to benefit.
— Ohmwrecker (@Ohmwrecker) February 18, 2020
Facts though. pic.twitter.com/puQbtyVI8d
— BR1CK (@BR1CKmixer) February 18, 2020