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Tfue gets Twitch ban, has YouTube channel deleted

FaZe Tfue seems to be in trouble again, having his Twitch account suspended and his YouTube channel deleted.

Turner “Tfue” Tenney, a player on the prestigious FaZe Clan organization, has been one of the elite on the Fortnite scene, placing in the top 5 in several Summer Skirmish Series Duos events and with good achievements in solo events as well. Unfortunately, the 20-year-old American is known for more than his in-game skills, and this is not the first time he has been on the receiving end of disciplinary measures. He was suspended from Twitch for 30 days in May after calling an opposing player a “coon” (though he insists that he did not mean the word as a racial insult). Then, about a month later, his main account was banned by Epic for purchasing or selling accounts, which is (unsurprisingly) prohibited by their EULA.

This new development comes just after Tfue reached a landmark of 30,000 Twitch subscribers on August 22. So far, no reason for the ban has been given, but the player himself announced last night that he will give more details soon. One guess is that it has to do with a win against with fellow pro player NotVivid in an unranked scrim game; while NotVivid made a comment that he wasn’t taking the game seriously and he could have killed the 3 HP player who killed him, Tfue’s comments on his own stream took a turn towards the obscene.