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FaZe Tfue Net Worth: 5 Interesting Facts You Should Know



FaZe Tfue Net Worth

Turner Tenney, professionally known as FaZe Tfue or Tfue is an American gamer, Twitch streamer and a member of FaZe Clan. Some people considered him the better player than Ninja and also ‘The Best Player in the World’.

Here are some of the interesting facts about Faze Tfue including his path to success, net worth, earnings and many more.

1. FaZe Tfue Net Worth collection from YouTube

As of March 2019, Faze Tfue net worth is estimated to be more than $6 million. One of the sources of his income is from YouTube monetization. YouTubers are paid between $5 to $9 USD based on the location of viewers and audience. According to Social Blade, his channel has more than 10 million subscribers and earns between $232.4K to $3.7 million per year.

2. Faze Tfue Net Worth collection from Twitch

Another source of his income is from Twitch. On Twitch, he has over 4 million followers and averages around 18,000 viewers per stream. So, far he has been able to accumulate more than 80 million views. Streamers like Tfue, Ninja make money through ad revenue, fan subscriptions, and donations. They are generally paid around $3.5 per subscriber.

Calculating those figures, he would earn monthly $45,000 from 18,000 subscribers or $540,000 per year. On Twitch, fans can also donate to their favorite streamers directly through Paypal or other sources like Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum. We can’t estimate exactly, how much he earns through donations because that is private.

Summing up, Tfue earns around $600,000 per year from Twitch while he also earns a significant amount of money participating and winning in a competition. Overall, his net worth is estimated to be more than $6 million.

Faze Tfue net worth in 2019 Over $6 million
Faze Tfue net worth in 2018 $3 million
Faze Tfue net worth in 2017 $1.5 million


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3. Tfue’s addiction to video games and rise to fame.


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Turner was born on January 2, 1997, in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida. He began playing video games when he was 12 years old. While many people just play games for entertainment purpose only, Turner took very seriously every game he played.

His first game to which he fell completely addicted was Halo. At this time, his brother Jack Tenney was already a YouTube star posting pranks, challenges, and sports videos. From the beginning, Tfue was part of his brother’s YouTube channel appearing on videos doing surfing, stunts, and skating.

After that, he moved to play other games like Destiny and Call of Duty. He was very successful at every step and began his professional career by partnering with Twitch to stream the game. Since joining Twitch, Turner has played H1Z1, Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, and Fortnite.

Since Fortnite launch in 2017, his channel has gathered more than 10 million subscribers and more than 500 million views. He is considered as one of the best Fortnite players alongside Ninja and Myth. He holds the Fortnite world record for most solo kills. Following his immense success, he joined FaZe clan on April 30, 2018.

4. He is no short of Controversies.

Turner ‘s success has also been followed by minor setback and controversies. He once uploaded a video titled “40 kill solo game (King of the hill)”, in which he was placed 6th on June 19, 2017. Many people thought that it was fake letting Tfue get the kills, without actually playing against each other most of the time.

His second controversy came in May 2018, where he got banned from Twitch for saying a racial slur. He got banned for a month but the ban was reduced to a week after he explained his innocence and apologized. His next setback came on June 22, 2018, after his account was permanently banned for attempting to sell an account to another user. He later created the new account ‘Not Tfue’ and promised never to buy skins or dances from Fortnite.

5. His YouTube, Facebook and Twitter accounts were hacked.

On August 7, 2018, Tfue’s social media accounts including Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook was hacked. His Twitter name was changed to ‘Faze Gurv’ with a profile picture of a mysterious man. The hacker posted insulting tweets about other Fortnite players including Keemstar, Ninja, and Myth. Hackers even showed a private conversation between FaZe Kay and Tfue. On August 14, 2018, he got his YouTube account back but a week later his channel was closed by the hacker. On the same day, his Twitch account was suspended due to harassment.

On September 5, 2018, he got his YouTube channel back and his Twitch account was also restored.

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