Turner "Tfue" Tenney recently filed a lawsuit against FaZe Clan, the organization he is under contract with. This has come as a shock since the popular "Fortnite Battle Royale" streamer surprised the organization with the lawsuit and it came out of nowhere. It is obvious that both sides have some big problems with each other, and it will be interesting to see how this drama ends.

Tfue's lawyer filed a lawsuit against FaZe Clan on May 20, 2019, and this news has gone viral all over the social media. One part of professional players and fans took Tfue's side, while the other one supported his esports team.

Popular streamers, such as Ninja and Daequan commented on the situation as well, and Ricky Banks, the owner of FaZe Clan, has also released his own statement. A few days later, the streamer has also decided to talk about the lawsuit, which was his first public statement regarding it.

Tenney wants out of his contract

The professional player who filed the lawsuit against his organization recently released a two-minute YouTube video explaining his side of the story. Tenney has made it clear that the entire point of the lawsuit was to get out of the contract with FaZe Clan, which will most likely happen by the end of this month.

Tfue started his video by saying that he did not want the lawsuit to include parts about underage drinking and illegal gambling that happened during his time with the organization, and these parts will most likely be removed from the lawsuit soon.

However, his message is simple and he is imploring his fans to pressure FaZe Clan to "#ReleasetheContract."

The lawsuit claims that the contract is one-sided and oppressive, yet its details are not publicly available to anyone. The streamer has also clarified that he is not allowed to disclose the details of it, but that people would understand how bad it is if it was public.

"I want to make it very clear that I tried multiple times for multiple months to get out of this contract. This is what had to be done," is what Tenney stated in the description of his YouTube video.

FaZe Clan's response

Ricky Banks, the organization owner, has tweeted that FaZe Clan will actually release the contract. Banks is currently preparing it and he claims that he has nothing to hide and that everything he has said is the truth.

"We tried for a straight year to come to a new agreement," is what he added to his tweet.

Banks believes that it was Tfue's dad who pressured him into filing a lawsuit and starting the drama. The entire point of it was to leave the organization, but it is hard to say who's right and who's wrong. We will have to wait for the contract to come out to get more details.