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Tfue

Live Streamer and YouTuber

Last UpdatedJuly 2020

Name Turner Ellis Tenney
Age 22 (January 2, 1998)
Profession Live-Streamer andYouTuber
Nationality American
Highlight First most Viewed Spanish YouTuber
Team FaZe Clan(RFA) Rogue Daniel Esports
Current Favourite Game Fortnite Battle Royale and H1Z1
Last Updated April 2020

Turner Ellis Tenney (born on January 2,1998) professionally known by his online alias Tfue is an American streamer. He is an esports player playing Fortnite. He has gained his success by playing Fortnite but currently he streams Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on Twitch.

Turner is a member of JOOGSQUAD and he had done a lot of collaborative videos on the channel that containing scooters, stunts, skateboarding and surfing. After that he did a lot of cliff and bridge jumping. After that Turner started his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel as Destiny YouTuber and Call of Duty.

In 2016, he moved on H1Z1 and then started playing PUBG.

Highlights

Tfue overtook the $100,000 milestone on August 17, 2018, winning $6,150.00 and placing 2nd at Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 6 NA (Day 1). Prize money from 15 tournaments got him to that point.

Tfue Most Popular Video on YouTube

Tfue’s most popular video on YouTube is titled  MY $20,000 FORTNITE GAMING SETUP. This video was uploaded in December 2018.   This video got over 29m views so far and 1m likes.

Tfue First Video on YouTube

Tfue’s most popular video on YouTube is titled Advanced Warfare Momentum SpawnTrapping 126-24 With KF5. Tfue  got 282k views and 8k likes on this video.

Tfue Bio

Tfue’s net worth is estimated to be in the region of $4-6 million (£3.25-4.88 million). This takes into account his revenue from Twitch through subscribers and donations, YouTube revenue, sponsors, and earnings from competitive Fortnite tournaments.

Turner Ellis Tenney is better known by his online alias Tfue, is an American streamer and esports player, best known for playing Fortnite. He is 22 years old and was born on January 2, 1998.

He is regarded as one of the best players on Fortnite as has won many tournaments including most recently the SuperGames Charity Tournament, in which two streamers teamed up with two professional athletes to compete as a four man squad against 19 other squads.

Tfue Awards and Achievements

At present, Tfue is ranked #176 in highest overall earnings, and #24 in highest earnings for players from United States United States.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament: Out of the 43 tournaments awarding cash prizes that Tfue had competed in, the largest amount was $255,000.00 from Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 6 – Grand Finals on October 28, 2018. He placed 1st, making up 41.74% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone: Tfue overtook the $100,000 milestone on August 17, 2018, winning $6,150.00 and placing 2nd at Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 6 NA (Day 1). Prize money from 15 tournaments got him to that point.

Recent Earnings: Tfue has been awarded $1,500.00 in cash prizes from a single tournament within the last 90 days, all of which came in the last month.

 Tfue Career

Tfue transitioned to Fortnite Battle Royale as it was quickly exploding in popularity. Tenney later joined FaZe Clan, a professional esports organization, on April 30, 2018.

Tfue Personal life

Tenney is from Indian Rocks Beach, Florida. He went to middle school for a week, but thought that “[…] it sucked [there] […]” which is why “[…] he never really went to school […]” after that and was homeschooled. In 2019, he moved to New Jersey with his duo partner Cloakzy.

Tfue Controversies

In May 2018, Tenney was banned from Twitch for 30 days after saying an alleged racial slur. Twitch reversed the ban after reviewing the word wasn’t used in a racial manner.

On July 2, 2018 Tenney received a permanent account ban on his Epic Games accounts because he was selling and buying Epic Games accounts, which is prohibited by Epic Games’ terms and conditions.[8] A week later, Tenney was banned from Twitch again, this time for 14 days, for unknown reasons.

On May 20, 2019, Tenney filed a lawsuit against FaZe Clan, claiming they “pressured Tenney to live in one of its homes in Los Angeles, pressured him to underage drinking and illegally gambling. FaZe also continuously pressured and encouraged him to engage in dangerous stunts.” Tenney also claimed, that “he only got 20% from any branded videos that are published on Twitch, YouTube or social media and half of his revenue from touring and appearances.” FaZe Clan responded on Twitter, saying they didn’t take any money from his tournament winnings, Twitch and YouTube revenue and his social media. They also said that they “took $60,000 from his branded videos” and offered Tenney “an improved contract multiple times, with 100% of the money going to Tenney, but he rejected or ignored all of them.”

On August 1, 2019, FaZe Clan filed a federal lawsuit in New York suing Tenney, claiming Tenney violated his contract by disparaging the company and trying to form a rival esports organization. The organization also claims that Tenney directly leaked confidential information about his contract to media publications, violating their terms.

On September 2, 2019, Tenney again said a racial slur while streaming, but Twitch did not ban him.

On April 25, 2020, Tenney competed in a rock, paper, scissors charity tournament hosted by Jimmy “MrBeast” Donaldson. During Tenney’s stream of the tournament, he accidentally revealed MrBeast’s phone number and code for the tournament contestants. The stream had to be taken down momentarily before return where Tenney quickly lost. Tenney apologized but received criticism from many people including Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. Tenney responded by calling Ninja a “pussy” during a rant on stream.

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