Ninja, ever heard of him? He’s this pretty big streamer who rose to fame through professional gaming in Halo and PUBG and eventually hit the bigtime after streaming Fortnite with Mr. Drake himself. In his latest book Get Good, My Ultimate Guide to Gaming you can learn the ways of the Ninja, including how to build the $10,000 “ultimate content creation workstation” today’s most prolific streamer recommends for full-time professional video work. We’ve been flicking through the pages of Ninja’s book here in the office – which covers everything from getting started in streaming to in-game tactics – and we stumbled upon the player’s guide to building the perfect setup for streaming. There are three builds: the bare-bones, the intermediate, and the ultimate content creation workstation. Inside the book you’ll find a scrawling diagram of the ultimate build, which it rightly describes as “absolutely overkill for streaming on Twitch.” This gratuitous setup is equipped with dual Razer laptops, a Mackie mixer, three cameras, three gaming PCs, and a heap of external capture and mixing equipment for “maximum redundancy”.
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