Popular streamer and high profile Fortnite pro player Tfue has received a mysterious ban on his Twitch channel.
The FaZe Clan player from Florida is widely considered to be one of the best Fortnite players in the world, winning a number of major tournaments, and as a result his channel has blown up in popularity.
Just hours after celebrating that he reached 30,000 subscribers on his Twitch channel on August 22, he was suspended and access to his account was blocked.
At the time of writing it’s unclear if this is down to his own actions on the back of getting into a feud with another pro player, NotVivid, or if something else has happened.
One popular theory floating about social media is that he has been hacked again.
Tfue lost control of his account the week prior to this suspension, with a user posting a tirade of racist slurs across all of his channels, including streaming from his account.
It was later revealed he lost control after someone hacked his phone number to bypass the two-factor authentication.
Tfue has yet to comment on his Twitter about the latest suspension, and hasn't Tweeted since celebrating reaching 30,000 subs. We've reached out for comment.
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