Turner "Tfue" Tenney is one of the most famous, skilled "Fortnite Battle Royale" players. Thanks to his impressive skills in the popular video game, Tfue joined FaZe Clan in April 2018. Since then, his streaming career has skyrocketed, and he's become arguably the best player in the game. However, it appears that his partnership with the organization could soon come to an end.

On May 20, 2019, the popular Twitch streamer has decided to sue FaZe Clan for several things.

The gamer and his attorney claim that the contract with FaZe Clan is one-sided and that there have been some illegal things Tenney was pressured and encouraged to do since signing it. While many other streamers and professional "Fortnite Battle Royale" players supported Tfue, it appears that his claims are not exactly 100 percent accurate.

Tfue's claims

Turner claimed that his organization takes up to 80 percent of his earnings and that the contract is oppressive.

Additionally, the "Fortnite" pro player claims that FaZe Clan encouraged him to do illegal drinking and gambling in the Hollywood Hills house. It also appears that the organization lied about one player's age, just so he could participate in the Fortnite World Cup.

If these claims turn out to be true, FaZe Clan could face harsh consequences. However, the organization has released an official statement regarding Turner's comments, and it seems that the streamer has made some false claims. The official statement has not covered everything Tfue has revealed, but we should get more details and comments soon.

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FaZe Clan's response

“We’re shocked and disappointed to see the news of Tfue’s press article and lawsuit," is what the statement starts with. After that, the organization claims that it has collected only $60,000 from Tfue since April 2018, while the streamer has made millions. Furthermore, the statement claims that there is indeed a revenue split, but 20 percent of it goes to the organization, while the player keeps 80 percent of it.

According to Tfue, it was the other way around, so it will be interesting to see what the real truth is.

FaZe Clan ended the statement with the following: "We're proud of what we've accomplished together over the past year with Turner and will continue to support him."

It is hard to say who's right and who's wrong, but there is no doubt that there are some big problems between Tfue and his organization.

The outcome of this lawsuit could easily change the future of esports and contracts between players and their organizations. This is not the first time that gamers have complained about their organizations, so something will have to be done regarding this problem.

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