Fortnite: Ninja Headset, Monitor and Keyboard and Mouse Setup
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Fortnite: Ninja Headset, Monitor and Keyboard and Mouse Setup

Oliver Barsby
21 July 2020

Here's everything you need to start playing Fortnite like Ninja.

While Ninja’s popularity has certainly dipped since his rise to the top of Fortnite in 2018, the streaming giant still holds a huge amount of power and influence within the gaming community.

His move to Mixer certainly shook the streaming industry, but since Microsoft closed the streaming platform down, Ninja has become a free agent and is now streaming on YouTube.

Ninja’s bold personality is a large reason for his success, but you can’t get to his position without actually being good at the most popular games. If you want to improve in games like Warzone and Fortnite, while practice and dedication are important, having a fantastic gaming setup is just as essential.

Here’s our guide to Ninja’s streaming setup, and where to find all of his equipment for the best price.

What Headset does Ninja use?

Ninja’s headset of choice is the BeyerDynamic DT 990 Pro. This headset is perfect for streaming/recording thanks to its open over-ear design that enhances strong bass and treble sounds, making it great for mixing audio.

It’s currently on offer for just £109.00 from Amazon, down from £125.00.

What Monitor does Ninja use?

A great monitor is key for any serious gamer, and a 240Hz monitor is the best you can get. The Alienware AW2518H Monitor, Ninja’s monitor of choice, offers a premium gaming experience with a 4apid refresh rate that creates smooth, responsive gameplay, giving you the jump on anyone playing on a 60Hz monitor, for example.

Alienware is known as one of their best, most reliable brands when it comes to gaming hardware, and so there are very few monitors that will give you the same experience.

What Keyboard and Mouse does Ninja use?

Ninja uses his exclusive FinalMouse Air58 gaming mouse which is, unfortunately, sold out.

This ultralight mouse features hand-painted and engraved Haiku Scrolls on every mouse and is designed to feel like air in your hand, weighing just 58g.

You can try and find one from eBay or another second-hand seller, but our recommendation is to wait for the next drop from the FinalMouse website on August 17.

SOLD OUT: The Air58 mouse is highly sought after

Ninja’s keyboard, however, is much easier to get ahold of.

The Ducky One 2 Mini mechanical keyboard uses Cherry MX switches to give its users the best gaming performance and reactions possible. With just 61 keys, this keyboard is essential to a portable gaming setup to take to tournaments or back to your university, for example.

You can’t go wrong with its RGB mode, either.