Why did TFUE Retires From Twitch? Popular Former Fortnite Pro Player shocks fans

Fans have been left completely shocked when the popular Fortnite Pro streamer Tfue announced his retirement from Twitch. Yes, you heard it right, the renowned streamer of Fortnite Pro has retired from the streaming platform at the age of 25. Obviously, it is quite shocking to get retired at the age of 25 because people take years to achieve what Tfue had at the age of 25 on Twitch. Therefore, fans have been left with ample questions regarding his retirement at the age of 25. If you are also scrambling to know the reason for Tfue’s untimely retirement, this article will let you know the reason. Be sticky with this page and go through this article till the end. Swipe down the page.

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Why did TFUE Retires From Twitch?

Tfue who is also known as Turner Tenney, is now a former Fortnite Pro and ex-member of Faze Clan who courted back-to-back controversies during his time creating online content. Reportedly, Turner Tenney has been active on the platform since 2014 and he had been continuously making content since May 2014 when he created a video for Youtube prior to live streaming on Twitch. Over the years, Turner Tenney had go on to boast millions of fans and followers on Twitch and Youtube. In 2018, he was signed by Faze Clan. But in 2019, a controversy erupted when Tfue sued Faze Clan over a contract dispute in a case that was settled later, resulting in both parties parting ways. Swipe down the page.

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A few times, Turner Tenney also created controversies for using racial slurs but it did not affect his popularity on the platform he kept on gaining followers and fans. Eventually, he became one of the most famous Fortnite Pro streamers next to Tyler Blevins. Recently, he shared a 40-minute video on Youtube in which he announced his retirement. He explained how he initially didn’t like Fortnite when it came out because he thought it was “a kid’s game.” Upon going deep into the video, Tfue announced that he’s retiring from live streaming. 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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He further added, “I’ve been doing this since I was eight years old, content creating. I just need to go live my life.” He complained about the time taking the problem with making content by going live to play Fortnite Pro. While a famous Twitch creator named Hasan Piker streams a few hundred hours a week. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.

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