Turner "Tfue" Tenney filed a lawsuit against his esports team, FaZe Clan, on May 20, 2019, and this topic is still popular in the gaming community. The lawsuit controversy has created a divide among professional players and their fans as everyone has taken sides. Some of them support the popular "Fortnite Battle Royale" streamer while some of them claim that his organization hasn't done anything wrong.

Tyler Blevins, who is better known as Ninja, has also talked about the controversy. Blevins is the most popular "Fortnite" streamer and he has become extremely successful thanks to his impressive skills in the video game. Even before "Fortnite Battle Royale" was released, Ninja competed against Tfue, and the two of them have a long history of playing against each other. The streamer has shared his opinion regarding Tfue's lawsuit during his Twitch live stream.

Ninja's opinion

Tfue has claimed that FaZe Clan takes up to 80 percent of his revenue, which makes his contract one-sided and oppressive. Furthermore, this is against the law in California, which makes it illegal. On the other side, Ricky Banks, the owner of FaZe Clan, has revealed that the esports team has only made $60,000 from Tfue so far, while the streamer has made millions. He also says that the split is 80-20 in favor of Tfue, and Ninja agreed that this is a standard split for influencers.

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However, Ninja has also added that the $60,000 figure may not be completely accurate. After all, Banks has chosen careful wording for his statements, but Blevins said that there is a possibility that the organization is "owed" money. He's also added how he is not taking sides and is simply playing a devil's advocate.

The popular "Fortnite Battle Royale" streamer believes that FaZe Clan and Ricky Banks "have every right to be super emotional." Ninja made it clear that the organization should get a lot of credit for making Tfue as big as he is today.

He mentioned Keemstar's Fortnite Fridays tournaments, claiming that the only reason the rival streamer got in them is because he was on the team. "The only reason that Tfue got into those is because he was in FaZe. He actually would not have even made it into Fortnite Fridays unless he was a part of FaZe."

Other illegal activities

Turner Tenney mentioned several illegal activities FaZe Clan pressured him to do, such as underage drinking and gambling.

Ninja has clarified that he doesn't encourage underage drinking, but that he knows that a lot of people who are 21 drink alcohol. In addition, he said that it doesn't sound like Tfue himself stated something like that because it simply doesn't sound like him.

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