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Drake and Ninja were back at it again and decided to hop on another session of the popular game Fortnite. Ninja, whose real name is Tyler Blevin, also got blessed by the 6 god for his victory in the match.

This is really becoming a thing, and honestly, we’re here for it.

Tuesday night’s Fortnite match was a followup to their previous session, which featured the likes of Travis Scott and Ju Ju Smith-Schuster and broke streaming records. Ninja, who is still reaping the financial benefits of having Drake share his first stream with him, was blessed again when Drake gave him $5,000 for winning.

Drake, who plays on a PlayStation 4 and uses the handle TheBoyDuddus, appeared to be playing the game while in a recording studio in London. He gave viewers a hint to his location when he pointed out potential lag issues due to playing on an EU server. The dynamic Fortnite duo linked up for a few matches before Drake announced he had “to go to work.” You can peep the final match below.

Dangling $5,000 in Ninja’s face was all the incentive he needed to rack up an impressive 16 kills in the match that helped the “accidental” N-word user secure the bag. The “Nice For What” rapper let Ninja know he was a “man of his word” and promised to deliver the funds.

The creators of Fortnite must be losing their minds as the game’s popularity continues to grow. Drake even promised to drop a Fortnite reference in a song if Epic Games gives him a “Hotline Bling” emote—an in-game dance that the gaming community has wanted since Drizzy’s gaming ways went viral. Hopefully, Drake will bless other gamers’ Twitch streams soon.