Amazon-owned Twitch has actually scooped up Ninja, once again, after Mixer’s shuttering.

Popular banner Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is returning to his previous livestreaming home, Twitch. The two parties have signed a multi-year deal, with Ninja streaming solely on the Amazon-owned service.

” I am delighted to get back to streaming full-time and getting in touch with my faithful fanbase,” Ninja stated in a declaration. “I actually took my time to decide which platform was best and Twitch has actually been supportive throughout this procedure and comprehending my general career goals. In this next chapter, I’m going to make it an indicate raise and bring more eyes to underrepresented developers. I am anticipating working with Twitch to show how this incredible community of gamers can make a meaningful effect.”

This comes practically 3 months after Ninja’s previous home, Mixer, closed down in favor of a Facebook Video gaming partnership. Ninja signed an exclusivity offer with Microsoft’s livestreaming service in August 2019, along with well-known streamer and previous Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competitive gamer Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek a couple of months later. Shroud went back to Twitch in August 2020.

The details of the deal in between Twitch and Ninja, such as just how much it’s for and the length of time it will last, stay uncertain for now. Ninja presently has 15 million fans on Twitch and is scheduled to hold a livestream today, September 10 at 12 PM PT/ 3 PM ET. This livestream takes place at the same time as the Ubisoft Forward event, which you can watch right here.