Tfue shot to fame for his prowess in Fortnite, successful big sums of cash within the course of. However, his place because the king of Fortnite was shot down over the summer season when he underachieved on the World Cup, inserting 67th out of 100 in a contest that was finally received by 16-year-old Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf. That blow got here amid ongoing authorized disputes with FaZe Clan, which Tfue sought to sue for an “oppressive, onerous, and one-sided” contract that his individuals say violates California legislation and the Talent Agency Act.
In latest weeks, he got here beneath the highlight for utilizing racial slurs once more, and it additionally emerged that Tfue had cut up with gaming companions Dennis “cloakzy” Lepore and Thomas “72hrs” Mulligan. The three had been taking part in collectively because the begin of Season X, when Fortnite‘s aggressive mode Arena expanded from duos to trios. The group was set to compete in week 4 of the Fortnite Champion Series, however separated when cloakzy and 72hrs determined as an alternative to take a Madden streaming deal. “They took the offer without telling me, last-second,” Tfue mentioned, including that he had additionally been supplied the deal however had rejected it. “So now I’m out of over $140,000 because I thought we were going to practice, and now I’m here.”