Jessica Blevins is Stepping Down from Ninja’s Manager Position

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: Jessica Blevins Instagram

Ninja’s wife and Manager Jessica Blevins announced that she is finally stepping down from the position.

Richard Tyler Blevins, better known in the online community as Ninja, is a famous American Twitch streamer, YouTuber, Professional gamer, and internet personality. Initially, Ninja started streaming Halo 3, then later gained massive popularity for playing the popular Battle Royale game Fortnite in 2017. Currently, Ninja is one of the biggest streamers in the world and has more than 17.4 million followers on Twitch, making him the most followed. Ninja currently earns more than $15 million a year, according to estimates.

Jessica Blevins is Ninja’s wife and also worked as his manager. She managed Ninja’s brand for the past three years and brought him massive success. Most people know her as Ninja’s wife and manager.

But recently, Jessica Blevins has been working on growing her own brand besides Ninja. She plans to leave Ninja’s manager position and focus on her career pretty soon.

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Jessica Blevins
Jessica Blevins Credit: sportifyit.com

During a recent interview, Jessica revealed her plans for the future. She said,

“Over the last year I’ve been growing my brand similar to what I did with Tyler. I have a PR team. I signed with CAA.  Before I was focusing on Tyler, so now I’m focusing on my brand simultaneously.”

According to the interview, Jessica is still Ninja’s manager but plans to pull the plug soon.

“Right now I’m really torn. We’re talking about when do we pull the plug and do this. I haven’t told anyone that.  You heard it here first.”

She explained that the time to leave managing Ninja’s brand might come some sooner rather than later,

“We’re realizing that there will come a time, and it may come sooner rather than later, that I won’t be his manager anymore”

Jessica also stated that they plan to hire a manager for Ninja, “Someone who eats, breathes, and sleeps team Ninja like I have done.” Then she plans to take a step back and focus on her stuff.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.