It’s no secret – this Ninja likes Realm Royale, the new Battle Royale game coming to challenge the old guard of Fortnite.

26-year-old professional streamer, Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins is renowned for his insane talent and devotion towards the hit battle royale game, Fortnite.

He’s no one-trick pony, though, as his recent delve into the mythical kingdom of Realm Royale has proven. Turns out he’s just as deadly with a bow and arrow, as he is with an assault rifle.

Ninja Plays Realm Royale

For his first bout, Ninja enlisted the backup of fellow streamer Timothy ‘TimTheTatman’ Betar – to watch his back (or at least watch his kill count rack up).

Being professionals, they don’t take too long to get to grips with the game, with TimTheTatman more bewildered by the knock mechanic than anything else.

When you’re knocked down in Realm Royale, you transform into a chicken, giving you the opportunity to chicken-run it outta there before you’re roasted (or fried, or more accurately; eliminated).

… And Ninja Starts Winning

Not one to disappoint the fans, he posted (and boasted) this incredible frag extravaganza. Of course, he finishes in fine style – victory in hand.

After his little celebration shuffle in honour of the ‘Crown Royale’, Ninja blurted out this stamp of approval for the Twitch stream audience:

Bro, this game… WOW”

Glad to see you enjoying yourself, Tyler; I would too if I could play like you.

Will he return to the Realm?

Check out the above tweet of a double hit as the hunter, and tell me he won’t be back…

There’s no doubt Ninja intends to keep rocking Realm Royale; his prolific career in Fortnite has served as the perfect Ninjutsu training for this newcomer title.

Plus, everybody loves to score that sweet victory. He may be new to this iteration, but winning Battle Royale games is in his blood, man.

More significantly, though, he’s clearly enjoying the flow of the game, not just the glow of the victories.

It may just be the novelty of it, but right now Ninja likes Realm Royale, and we’re more than happy to keep watching him kill it on a new game. In the words of Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, himself:

… LOVING this game <3