Tfue Net Worth: Turner Tunney is a well-known gamer on YouTube and Twitch whose internet name is FaZe Tfue or simply Tfue. As of 2019, the updated FaZe Tfue Net Worth estimates $10 million and FaZe Clan Net Worth estimates $5 million dollars.
He has developed prominence expertly playing video games for FaZe Clan together with different individuals. He’s fortune comes from streaming Twitch, uploading videos on Youtube, participating in competitions and merchandising.
Faze Tfue Net Worth: $10 Million.
- Real Name: Turner Tenney
- Date of Birth: January 2,1998
- Age / How Old: 21 years old
- Nationality: American
- Place of Birth: Indian Rocks Beach, Florida
- Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
- Height: 5 ft 6 inches / How Tall: 1.91 m
- Occupations: Gamer, YouTuber, Vlogger
- Years Active: Since 2014–present
How Much Does Tfue Make?
Tfue has collected highest watching streamers on Twitch and averages over 20,000 viewers per stream. Twitch adds to his source of income through ad revenue, fan subscriptions of around $4.99 per subscriber, Twitch bits, fan donations, merchandising and Affiliate income.
He has around 53,000 paid subscribers with 54,000 sub-points on twitch, adding ad revenue, bit Donations, and sponsorship of which he brings home estimated more than $150,000 every month altogether.
After Youtubers cut he could make over $60k to $120k a month, depending on ad rates and other factors considered with an average of $1 to $2 per thousand views.
He could be earning additional income from YouTube Premium viewers who pay a premium for ad-free content, and Youtubers earn according to the match time of the viewer.
As of 2019, FaZe Tfue Net Worth is valued at an estimated $10 million USD.
Who Is FaZe (Turner Tenney) Tfue?
FaZe Tfue or called just Tfue was born as Turner Tenney on January 2nd, 1998, in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida. Faze Tfue age is currently 21 and lives in Florida, he occasionally moves into his FaZe team house in Los Angeles, California.
Tfue started gaining enthusiasm with playing computer games when he was just a 12-year-old boy, paying serious attention to each video game he played.
Tfue started playing intensely and Halo quickly became the first most dependent game of his vocation. At that point, Tfue brother Jack Tenney, a YouTube Vlogger, carrying an online identity as JOOGSQUAD PPJT, helped propel his YouTube career by adding collaborative videos of creative fun stuff together.
He started becoming very effective in playing games like “Call of Duty” and “Destiny,” and as a progressive gamer, he decided to start his expert profession collaborating with Twitch services to propel streaming of his gaming ventures.
His dedication towards gaming helped him to post ongoing game recordings to YouTube, he has also been known to set a record on ‘Destiny.’
Tfue very soon started monetizing his Youtube videos such as posting gameplays of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that he first posted on November 16, 2014. Inside a brief timeframe, he started earning a decent amount of cash from Youtube and streaming on Twitch as well.
While visiting gaming tournaments he meets another popular gamer and internet personality called Ninja, and both started contending on gaming later.
Tfue became one of the primary players to soon master the Fortnite game, as an experienced “battle royale” player, he was seen as an established player of the new game.
He’s successful gaming endeavors and joining the FaZe Clan in 2018, he soon started to pick up fans exponentially on his YouTube and Twitch accounts.
As famous as he is for his gaming skills, he was also involved in many controversies. His initial one of was the “40 kill solo game (King of the hill)” video that he uploaded on Youtube, the viewers have been criticizing the video that it was a setup, without actually playing the game.
Alongside gaining notoriety for being famous in mid-2018, his infamous controversies have been taking haul over and over again.
Why Did Tfue Get Banned From Twitch?
On May 17, 2018, Tfue’s account was prohibited from streaming on Twitch, it was due to utilizing racial slur, he later clarified his honesty and apologized on Youtube for which his ban was taken off.
A similar situation occurred on June 22, 2018, when he tried to sell his Fortnite account to another user for which he was permanently banned from the game. Later he pledges not to endeavor any purchases from Fortnite and created a new account “Not Tfue.”
On August 7, 2018, Tfue’s social media accounts became center of controversy when all his accounts were hacked.
Later a few hacking programmers deleted his YouTube channel and Twitch account due to harassment, yet he managed to restore both the account by September 5, 2018.