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Tfue buys warehouse to create new training center for aspiring streamers

by Jacob Hale

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Fortnite pro and Twitch superstar Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney has revealed plans to create a “centralized hub” to teach aspiring streamers and help them develop.

Tfue is undoubtedly one of the biggest success stories in gaming. He has built a brand rivaled in the space by only the likes of Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, who has become a mainstream star in his own right.

That said, he is very clearly aware of the skillset needed to see success in his line of work, and now appears to want to help others in the space grow and see the same success he has.

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Tfue has long been one of the most popular names in streaming, and was the most-streamed individual in 2019.

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Speaking with Washington Post in an interview published on January 13, 2020, Tfue and his family spoke about a number of things – his lawsuit with FaZe Clan, celebrity status and life growing up in the Tenney household, to name but a few.

The final topic that came up revolved around a 16,000-square foot warehouse Tfue recently bought, which is to be used as a “centralized hub” for Tfue and his brother, Jack, to create content and teach others about streaming, as well as other passions such as stunts and action sports.

Their dad, Richard, explained: “We just take Jack and Turner, put them in a building, and show these kids how to do it. We’re gonna bring them in, get them started. If you have two, three, five thousand [followers], you have a chance!”

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The Tenney family have big plans for the next phase of Tfue's career.

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The Washington Post piece goes on to explain that part of the idea is to create a new kind of gaming or streaming organization, where selected individuals will be taught how to grow their following.

Richard also mentioned that online courses will be available to everyone, but does not offer any kind of time frame as to when these will become available.

Tfue himself hasn’t spoken publicly on what Washington Post dubbed “Tfue Studios,” but if he has already purchased the warehouse to pull it off in, it might be coming sooner rather than later.