Fortnite: Tfue Case In the Cyclone of Attacks and Accusations, the Streamer Loses Followers

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Fortnite: Tfue Case In the Cyclone of Attacks and Accusations, the Streamer Loses Followers

Turner ” Tfue ” Tenney, since the frontal attack on the FaZe Clans became public knowledge. Has suffered bleeding of subscribers from his YouTube channel.

Tfue, it seems, has lost nearly 20,000 subscribers. Of course, this represents around 0.18% of its more than 10.7 million subscribers, which is an absolutely negligible number which, however, makes us think.

The owner of FaZe Clan, Richard “Banks” Bengtson, who publicly responded to Tfue’s allegations on both Twitter and his YouTube channel, earned 60,000 subscribers. A sign that many did not like the boy’s outside.

This trend, however, is also a reaction to the behavior of the two contenders, Banks and Tfue, since the case became public knowledge. Tfue has not posted on social media, has not posted videos on YouTube and has not been live on Twitch.

Banks, for his part, has written several posts on Twitter, has had FaZe issued statements and videos on the case. He also gave an interview to KEEMSTAR, a very famous YouTuber, creator of the DramaAlert format and among the first to believe in Fortnite as an export.

Fans, obviously, seeing no position taken by Tfue, they line up with those who obviously publish updates and motivations on the case, or with the FaZe. We will see how the controversy that could shatter the world of streaming and exporting Stars and Stripes will continue, given that the biggest personalities of the network who have not spared personal and targeted attacks on Tfue and FaZe have now intervened on the issue.