A report from reuters has revealed that popular Twitch streamers Ninja and Shroud, who have 11 million and 6 million followers respectively, were paid huge sums of money to play the game when it was first launched. "Game is just fun!"
In short, we can't really be sure which Legends (if any) uncovered in the Apex Legends datamining are actually going to make it into the game. After that it was back to Fortnite, save for March 1 when he streamed Apex with fellow streamers Lupo (DrLupo) & Tim (Timthetatman) to promote the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse on digital platforms.
The promotional relationship wasn't a secret-his stream was labeled as an "Apex Legends partner"-but the amount involved is staggering, particularly given that the report suggests that it was exclusively for launch day".
In an earlier report, Barron's said it confirmed with EA that the company sponsored Twitch streamers for two days after the game's launch. He said 'We'll be providing details on Season 1, Battle Pass, and the next Legend very soon. Because of battle royale trends, players expect new characters and a season pass.
A new legend will be available when the first season of the game comes out, however, it is not yet known whether the new legend would be purchasable via the pass alone. The reason why Ninja was so fast to play Apex Legends is because EA has reportedly paid him one million dollars! Many fans appreciate that the developers say at least directly that you do not need to reckon with the update at least today, on March 12th.
"Legends will not be included in the Battle Pass".
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