Turner Tfue Tenney is one of the best Fortnite players and a damn charismatic streamer. He is fond of pranks and extreme sports communicates with Elon Musk and makes millions of dollars. He also has a real Battle Bus from the game, and in matches he wins, even when he gets his hair or tattoo.
Tfue took his first steps into the world of competition with the FPS (First-Person Shooter) Halo, but he also played games from the Call of Duty franchise on his broadcasts. His talent, however, only started to be recognized with the games Destiny and H1Z1, where he worked professionally for the organization Denial Esports.
In 2018, Tfue was banned from Twitch.tv for racist speech, and hackers removed his YouTube channel. Twitch.tv first blocked the Tfue channel for 30 days, and after the player’s apology reduced the ban to a week.
He was born in the small town of Indian Rocks Beach on the west coast of Florida in January 1998 and spent his childhood five minutes from the Gulf of Mexico.
Since childhood, Tenney has been surfing with his brothers and participating in various freestyle competitions on the water. He has been an active member of the skateboarding community for several years and has been riding the board ever since. As a teenager, Tfue became interested in jumping into the water from rocks and bridges, as well as various trampoline tricks.
Tfue and Ninja are longtime rivals and good friends, and they met long before Fortnite was released. Their confrontation dates back to the days of H1Z1 and the Fight for the Crown tournament when Tenney played for Denial Esports and Blevins played for Luminosity Gaming.