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Wednesday, June 21, 2023

VIDEO: Twitch streamer, Tfue Tenney, announced he's quitting gaming and streaming

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Twitch streamer, Tfue Tenney, announced he's quitting gaming and sstreaming.

Turner “Tfue” Tenney, popular Fornite streamer with more than 11 million Twitch subscribers and ex-Faze Clan member, announced that he was going to take a serious break from “gaming and streaming.” On a tearful YouTube video, the controversial streamer shared his exhaustion over the grind of content creation.

In the 40-minute video, Tenney shares footage from his first Twitch livestreams and YouTube videos, and digs into his first impressions of Fortnite — a game that he thought was for kids. He also explains his reason for the hiatus, namely that he hasn’t had time for much of his life outside of gaming as a result of working six to eight hour days, and notes that he’s 25-years-old. 

Tfue’s been creating content on the internet since at least May 2014, first posting to YouTube before livestreaming on Twitch. He’d go on to amass millions of followers on both platforms, eventually signing with the gaming collective Faze Clan in April 2018. That relationship was rocky, though. Tfue sued the organization in May 2019 over a contract dispute in a case that was ultimately settled, resulting in the two parties parting ways. Despite this and his using racial slurs a few different times while live on Twitch, Tfue has become one of the most popular Fortnite players next to Tyler “Ninja” Blevins.

However, he’s giving it up. In a 40-minute YouTube video, Tfue chronicled his rise to internet fame through games like Fortnite and PUBG. He discussed how he initially didn’t like Fortnite when it came out because he thought it was “corny” and “a kid’s game.” Tucked deep into the video was Tfue’s admission that he’s retiring from livestreaming. He said he felt trapped by the neverending grind to create, saying streaming “six to eight hours a day” has grown tiring.

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