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Corinna Kopf explains why her relationship with Tfue failed

Published: 20/Feb/2020 20:46

by Virginia Glaze

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Facebook Gaming streamer and YouTube star Corinna Kopf has opened up about the issues behind her second breakup with Fortnite pro Turner “Tfue” Tenney, as told during a February episode of “The Night Shift.”

Kopf and Tfue have been nigh inseparable since first confirming their romance in March 2019, after rumors claimed that the two had been secretly dating.

However, the two parted ways in July, with Kopf citing distance (and her ex’s distaste for Los Angeles) as the ultimate factor in their first breakup.

Corinna Kopf, Instagram
“Vlog Squad” member Corinna Kopf and Fortnite pro Tfue struck up a relationship in early 2019 – but distance ultimately took its toll on their romance.

The two weren’t apart for long, though, and seemed to unofficially get back together shortly thereafter — but their relationship hit rough waters, once again, and the internet stars called it quits in early February, seemingly for good.

Kopf was questioned about this second breakup during an episode of Mike Majlak’s “Night Shift” vlog series on February 20, where she explained that physical distance had taken the ultimate toll on their romance.

Corinna Kopf, YouTube
Both Tfue and Corinna have cited distance as the determining factor behind their breakup, with Tfue clarifying his distaste for LA in a February Twitch stream.

“We dated for like, almost a year,” she began. “He only came to LA three times. I was in Florida for weeks on end. Usually, long distance relationships don’t work out if there’s not an end goal. The end goal is, you live in the same place eventually. He never wants to move to LA. I don’t think I ever want to be in Tampa, Florida.”

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This isn’t the first time she has claimed that Tfue’s dislike for LA has put a damper on their relationship: she cited a similar complaint in 2019, alleging that her amore wasn’t making an effort to visit her in Los Angeles.

“All I know is that I go and visit you way more, and you just don’t put effort in anymore,” she joked in a Fortnite stream. “So, I think I’m just gonna do this publicly… I wanna take a break.”

However, subsequent Tweets from Tfue after their 2020 split have since hinted that there’s more to the story, with the gaming pro writing, “Sometimes, you give someone everything and it’s still not enough.”

While fans will likely never know the full details behind their breakup, it’s no secret that long distance can have an adverse affect on one’s love life, leaving these two social media stars officially over after nearly a year of trying to make things work.

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FaZe Clan reveal FaZe 5’s Top 100 finalists & next recruitment steps

Published: 23/Oct/2020 23:20

by Theo Salaun

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FaZe Clan’s FaZe 5 recruitment is nearing its finale, as 95 of the final top 100 candidates have officially been revealed. Next, the community will be able to select the five remaining content creators before FaZe announces the top 100’s challenge on Monday, October 26.

Back in August, FaZe Clan set the gaming world ablaze with a #FaZe5 challenge that gives everyone a chance to sign up and compete to become one of five new recruits to the organization in 2020. 

After months of deliberations and countless submissions, FaZe have tried to trim the finalists down to a top 100 before moving on to the next round of the challenge. But, as it turns out, the deciders are struggling to finish off their list and want to enlist the public for some help.

In a brand-new, highly anticipated hype video, FaZe announced 95 finalists with submission videos and highlights overlaid on some heavy, uptempo electronic music. Then, FaZe CBass explains what’s next.

Unsurprisingly, the majority of the content creators who made the final cut seem to be avid gamers focused on Call of Duty, Fortnite, Valorant, and Apex Legends. But there is some diversity, as fans might notice some highlights of Fall Guys, but then also visual art, music, and even clothing design.

Some of Call of Duty: Warzone’s more successful streamers and competitors also made the cut, as Nio, SuperEvan, and WarsZ all made the top 95. It’s not all high-level FPS streamers though, as the FaZe boys appear to have cast a wide net for the newest batch of recruits.

Among the more interesting content creators who are reaching the next round, the six-year-old Rowdy Rogan and MontoyaTwinz (Mya and Myka Montoya) are easy standouts. (It remains unclear if the Montoyas would take up one or two spots if they get into the final five.)

After flying through 95 impressive candidates, CBass cuts in to let people know that the list is too hard to cap off. 

“Everything we’ve looked through, we’ve been impressed by. We’ve sat through and watched absolutely everything we can and the honest truth is that there are way more than 100 people who are deserving of moving on to the next round of this challenge.”

Since the boys in red, black, and white can’t choose the final five, they’re allowing the community to do so. If fans have a creator who didn’t make the top 100, but deserves to, then they just need to hashtag “FaZe5” on Twitter and tag said creator. Then, on Monday, October 26, the official top 100 and next steps will be announced.