Turner Tenney, famous for alias name Tfue is an American Twitch streamer, YouTuber & professional gamer who got wide fame through the transition to game Fortnite Battle Royale.
Formerly, associated with professional sports organizations: Rouge and Denial Esports, Tenney has played games such as UNO, H1Z1, Creative Destruction, as well as PUBG.
Currently, the member of FaZe Clan (since 2018), Tfue ranks #179 among the highest-earning streaming players in the world & is one of the acclaimed pro-Fortnite players.
From 40 tournaments, the American game streamer records $602,550 in total earnings & also collects a hefty sum from YouTube & Twitch ads revenue.
What Is Turner Tenney aka Tfue’s Net Worth In 2020?
With such an impressive success through live game streaming on Twitch & YouTube, Tfue escorted him to abundant dollars showers & has earned a tag of a millionaire.
As of March 2020, Turner has a net worth of $4 million as per Celebrity Net Worth.
Indeed, his earnings of $602,550 from 40 tournaments (Champion in 10 of them) are one of the factors aiding his fortune accumulation.
Reportedly, on October 28, 2018, he won Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 6 – Grand Finals & took home prize money of $255,000 that became his solo career-high tournament earning.
More than that, considered among top Twitch streamer & YouTuber, Tfue collects million dollars revenue from ads, donations & sponsors on those platforms.
Did you know? He surpassed Ninja in terms of hours viewed in June 2019, after recording 30 million hours viewed in 3 months, while Ninja stood with 24 million.
How Much Tfue Earns From YouTube & Twitch?
Transiting from professional skimboarder to pro-gamer & streamer, bee a fruitful journey to Turner Tenney- thanks to massive Twitch & YouTube subscribers.
Meanwhile, as of March 2020, his Twitch followers count 7,721,949 ranking him 2nd after Ninja in terms of followers; while his views counts 191.79 million.
According to Twitchtracker, Tfue’s Twitch subscribers are 12, 956- Summit1g ranks 1st with the highest 32,370 subscribers. Without a doubt, through paying subscribers, ads & donations, he makes million-dollars per year.
Also, the pro-gamer & streamer runs a Diamond Play-Button YouTube channel Tfue, with over 11.5 million subscribers & a total of 1.201 billion views.
The Social Blade estimated Tfue’s monthly revenue through ads on YouTube around $5.1K – $82.2K per month, which turns out $61.6K – $986.3K per year.
Earnings From Game Tournaments
Since the age of 19 in 2017, Turner Tenney began competing in tournaments, initially being associated with the group Denial Esports as an H1Z1 pro player.
Thereafter, Tenney transited to Rogue to become their PUBG roster & would later join FaZe Clan on April 30, 2018, & is ever since, in the contract as Fortnite player.
According to Esports Earnings, in 2017, Tfue made tournament prize money of $4,450. In 2018 & 2019, it was $478,800 (21 tournaments) and $118,100 (16 tournaments) respectively.
Check out earnings from association with groups & games (report of March 2020):
|Association With Groups||Name Of eSports||Earnings|
|Denial Esports||H1Z1 (2 tournaments)||$4,450|
|FaZe Clan||Fortnite (36 tournaments)||$581,900|
|Independent (solo /free agent)||UNO (1 tournament)||$1,200|
|Creative Destruction (1 tournament)||$15,000|
Reportedly, out of 40 tournaments, Tfue’s best-playing record include:
- 10 Tournaments- Champion
- 5 Tournaments- Runners-up
- 3 Tournaments- 3rd Place
Most recently, on January 10, 2020, Turner competed in Twitch Rivals: Uno Showdown – Pool A & made $1,200.
On August 17, 2018, the American streamer hit the $100,000 milestone & made his career-high $255,000 from Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 6 – Grand Finals on October 28, the same year.
Lawsuit Against ‘FaZe Clan’: They Deny Tfue’s Claims
After a year & 20 days of joining FaZe Clan, Turner Tenney aka Tfue filed a lawsuit against the group on May 20, 2019, stating:
- Faze Clan took half of his revenue from touring and appearances
- Received only 20% of earnings from ads from YouTube, Twitch Or Other Social Media
- The group pressurized him to engage in dangerous stunts & illegal gambling
Replying to Tfue’s allegations, FaZe Clan, released a statement on May 21, 2019, that specified the group rather was entitled only 20% of his earnings with 80% going to Tfue’s purse; also added that they so far had collected $60,000 from him.
FaZe Clan’s response to today’s press article regarding Tfue: pic.twitter.com/eVdRVMnRpl
— FaZe Clan (@FaZeClan) May 20, 2019
Later on August 1, 2019, FaZe Clan sued Tfue claiming the violation of contract as the gamer & steamer allegedly tried to form a rival esports organization & leaked confidential information of their esports organization.
Even if Tfue is still associate with FaZe Clan, he remains as an inactive roster.
Interesting Fact: FaZe Clan was created by 3 gamers: Resistance, Housecat, and Clipz in 2010.
Did you know? After the use of an alleged racial slur, Twitch banned Turner Tenny for 30 days in May 2018, but the decision was reversed after review. Although Tfue allegedly used a racial slur again during Livestream on September 2, 2019, Twitch didn’t ban him.
Tenny aka Tfue’s Short-Bio:
Turner Ellis Tenney was born on January 2, 1998, in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, the USA. His elder brother Jack Tenney aka JOOGSQUA is a YouTuber & a professional skimboarder.
Tfue also has a sister Alexandra and another brother Pierce.
In April 2019, Turner began dating Instagram star Corinna Kopf but broke up after 4 months, in July 2019. Reportedly, the duo reconciled soon but parted ways again in early 2020.
The 6 ft. 1-inch tall internet personality is yet to update his relationship status for now.
Also, no reports on his current residence or details on assets are out.
An avid user of Instagram (5.6 million followers) & Twitter (2.8 million followers as of March 2020), Tfue seems to be a travel enthusiast & often posts adorable snaps of the visit to different places.