Turner “Tfue” Tenney is the most-watched Fortnite player in the world: Battle Royale streamer, but that’s not enough for him to be excited about playing the game.
Last night, Tfue used his broadcast to speak about Fortnite in 15 seconds with all the adverse adjectives he might think of. He said the game was “bad,” “fucking awful,” and “garbage,” and he had to begin streaming other games such as Minecraft because the game is “dying.”
But Tfue expects such criticism. He’s not an edgy streamer, but when playing he likes to criticize the game and he’s been doing that for weeks now, except that he rarely said he’d look for other matches instead of Fortnite to stream.
Two days previously, Tfue told his supporters on Twitter to advise players to begin a server with Minecraft. Like other Fortnite streamers like the Ali “Myth” Kabbani of TSM, Tfue could begin testing some streams of Minecraft while he is frustrated with the present state of Fortnite.
Tfue’s deception with Fortnite is in line with how the game is felt by other streamers and pros. These players have been complaining about the changes produced by Epic, such as the overpowered B.R.U.T.E. mech and the temporary nerf to turbo construction since season X was published. Many other pros said they just keep playing Fortnite for the cash they get from streaming and tournaments on Twitter.
If Tfue makes the transition to any other match, he would join a lot of other streamers who switch stuff up as well. Fortnite streamers like Benjamin “DrLupo” Lupo and even Tfue’s Dennis “cloakzy” Lepore are experimenting with World of Warcraft Classic, while Myth and Mason “Symfuhny” Lanier are testing Minecraft broadcasts.
But Tfue is still streaming Fortnite full-time so far.