There's no doubt that pro gaming streamer Ninja is a real bad-ass on Fortnite. He's one of the top Fortnite Battle Royale players in the world!
Ninja has used many gaming keyboards over the years like the Logitec Orion G610 and Corsair K70 Rapid fire, but at the moment he's using the Ducky One 2 Mini RBG keyboard. And the top gaming keyboard he uses is a massive part his success in racking up all those Victory Royale's.
Keyboard Ninja uses right now
Ducky One 2 Mini RGB
This is a pro gaming keyboard with only 60% the size of a normal keyboard (no numlock keys etc). It has full customizable RBG backlit keys. Using quiet Cherry MX brown switches that have a mid-range activation force, it a responsive gaming keyboard.
The Ducky One 2 mini is also used by other pro gamers and streamers like Symfuhny, Sceptic, SoOn and Typical.
Double Shot PBT
Cherry MX Brown switches
Previous Keyboards Used by Ninja
Besides the Ducky One 2 Mini RBG shown above, here's some more keyboards Ninja has used in the past.
Ninja's Fortnite Key Bindings
Subscribers are often trying to learn from and mimic the game play of the top streamers and pros. Getting their gaming gear is one way to ensure you've got that extra level of competitive edge, if you really want to take it a step further then you need to look at how they set up their game settings like graphics and keyboard bindings etc.
According to Pro Settings site, these are Ninja's key bindings for Fortnite.
Sprint By Default
2, 3, 4, Z, X
So who is Ninja?
Originally streaming on Twitch.com he has a MASSIVE fan following and currently streams on Mixer.com since 2019 which is his primary streaming platform, along with his highly successful Ninja channel on the Youtube platform. He often streams for 8 hours plus on many days with more than 100k viewers online at any point to watch him - with his top videos often racking up well into multiple millions of total views over time.
Most love him, a few hate him (nobody's perfect - jealous?) but there's no denying Ninja is ridiculously popular and has set himself up well to capitalize on that success from a business sense. His wife Jessica Goch handles all of Ninja’s business queries and is often found in Ninja’s stream.
On a routine day, Ninja streams 8-11 hours with over 100k viewers dropping in to watch him play.Ninja makes his money out of ads on his video streams along with sponsorship deals with big companies like Redbull who set up his gaming room - it's pretty slick but maybe a liiiiiittle over the top 😉
Here's a few of our favourite Ninja related videos we thought you may like. Enjoy! 🙂