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Ninja 🇺🇸 on Twitter: "Also I see so many hacker tweets about Apex and that questionable wingman change. Really want to see @PlayApex get this right. But also remember it took fortnite 1-2 months to release their GOD TIER hacker update where we almost never saw them again."
Joe Tidy on Twitter: "Report: EA Paid Ninja $1 Million To Stream Apex Legends. The stats point to it being worth it too... https://t.co/I8Bw3XwpDl"
Jeffrey Grubb 🔜🛌 on Twitter: "If EA did pay Ninja $1 million to promote Apex Legends, I'm pretty sure that is only for a single day. I don't think he has had the #AD indicator since launch. Could involve other promotional appearances or consultancy works, though. Probably."
Nick Statt on Twitter: "Hard to tell at the moment whether this was a lump sum doled out by EA, but if so, that’s a serious amount of money Ninja made for about 4-5 days of Apex Legends streams https://t.co/hFyDspYzDC"
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