Turner & # 39; Tfue & # 39; Tenney has reached a difficult time in dealing with his fellow superstars at Fortnite Dennis & # 39; Cloak & # 39; Lepore & Thomas & # 39; 72hrs & # 39; Mulligan after losing a lot of short money.
When one thinks of the tightly knit duets at Fortnite, one of the first couples to come to mind is the combination of Tfue and Cloak, which many have idolized as the tandem of their dream team.
Unfortunately, it seems that Time as a Duet may have arrived in time, due to some confusion that led to the loss of Tfue by a considerable amount of money.
On September 7, he announces that he is no longer part of this trio that we have played together in Fortnite's weekly triathlon tournaments over the past month.
"Looking for a new permanent trio that takes a serious race," he tweeted, catching many surprised by the unexpected news.
Looking for a new permanent trio that takes competitively seriously
̵1; Tfue (@TTfue) September 7, 2019
When asked about this during his stream, Tfue said his decision came from Cloak and 72hrs apparently cost him a lot of money with their decision to make promotional streams for Madden 20.
He revealed that he refused to make a stream when EA Sports approached him, rejecting $ 140,000 so he could they played in the trio tournament, but then realized later that the other two players had accepted their own deals without informing him.
"So, they make a sponsored stream for Madden, and they get paid, and that's this weekend," explained. "Madden offered me over $ 140,000 to play their game. I declined because I decided we would play the tournament this weekend. And they took the offer without telling me at the last second."
As a result, the former FaZe Clan Star was hammered, as he could neither play the Fortnite tournament nor host the promotional stream for Madden and win an easy $ 140,000.
By the way, that amount is what he sets as the price Cloak and the 72hrs have to pay him if they want him to join their trio. Until then, it sounded like he didn't really want much to do with either.
"So now I'm over $ 140,000 now because I thought we would train and I'm here now. So if they want to pay me the money I lost, then I'm down. But other than that, I'm I'm really not ck with them. "
Cloak – Twitter
Tfue and Cloak have been a duet for a long time, with their peak coming to TwitchCon 2018's Fall Skirmish final.
It's very unlikely that this will be the last we will hear about it, since the real question remains whether Tfue in fact, it will require Cloak and 72hrs to pay him the money.
This situation is also a bit delicate because the two former FaZe pros briefly got involved, so there is uncertainty about how they will play it all, even though they seem to be alone for now.