Ninja was third in social interactions amongst all athletes in March. That’s in line with Hookit, an organization that works out how worthwhile a sponsorship deal could also be to a model.
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Via Bryce Blum, of an esports regulation agency:
Scrolling by my timeline and did a double take… @Ninja was third in social interactions amongst ALL athletes final month – solely behind Ronaldo and LeBron. That’s insane.
— Bryce Blum (@esportslaw) April 12, 2018
With 66.7 million interactions throughout Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, Ninja was the third-most spoken-to athlete on the planet final month. Only basketball legend Lebron James and soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo have been forward on interactions, with 76.2 million and 136.eight million respectively.
It’s all of the extra spectacular given Ninja’s whole followers (once more, throughout these three platforms), that are ‘solely’ 3.2 million. Both Lebron and Ronaldo have greater than 100 million. Clearly, Ninja is getting much more engagement per head from every of his followers – not stunning, since digital platforms are elementary to what he does, and avid gamers are extra tech-savvy by nature.
You can check out Hookit’s Engagement 100 here – their chart affords the useful means to type athletes by subject, together with esports. After Ninja, probably the most talked-about esports star is Matt ‘Nadeshot’ Haag, the previous COD professional and founding father of 100 Thieves. Though Haag has nearly one million extra followers than Ninja, he had ‘solely’ 868,200 interactions final month. That would not even put him near the highest 100 throughout all sports activities – Ninja is there alone.