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Ninja teaches legendary Mark Hamill to play Fortnite (video)

Here's something few expected to witness: legendary film and animated actor Mark Hamill playing Fortnite, being trained by the famous Ninja streamer. The man who incarnated Luke Skywalker and lends his voice to Joker in Batman's animated series playing Fortnite is certainly a treat. See the video.

It's absolutely hilarious to see Mark Hamill's reactions playing the game. When he kills enemies, the actor laughs, letting in some of the madness he has incorporated to play Joker's voice in Batman's animated series.

It's always interesting to see this kind of interactions from people not in the video game world. They are two completely different worlds coming together and reactions are always a good deal of entertainment anytime.

Ninja was recently banned from Apex Legends

Hopefully playing with legend Mark Hamill was satisfactory for Ninja as the streamer has not had easy times. Recently during a broadcast, the player discovered that his account had been locked in Apex Legends, meaning his expulsion from the game.

After about 5 hours broadcasting Fortnite on the Mixer, the streamer decided to change the game. After pondering Call of Duty Mobile and other similar games, he decided to open Apex Legends. As soon as he did, he found that he had been banned.

There was no response from Respawn, responsible for Apex Legends. Who knows, maybe the famous streamer has been making his own in the game when the cameras are off.

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