Throwback to FaZe Fortnite Pro 'Tfue' Receiving $5,000 Donation in 2017 From His YouTuber Brother 'JOOGSQUAD' - Dexerto
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Throwback to FaZe Fortnite Pro ‘Tfue’ Receiving $5,000 Donation in 2017 From His YouTuber Brother ‘JOOGSQUAD’

Published: 16/Jul/2018 23:47 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:07

by Vincent Genova

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Long before Turner ‘FaZe Tfue’ Tenney was known as the best Fortnite player in the world, he was the little brother of YouTuber Jack ‘JOOGSQUAD’ Tenney.

Tfue was driving around in a beat up car and needed a new one back in 2017. JOOGSQUAD decided to help his brother out with the purchase of a new car, but like any good YouTuber would do, he made sure the cameras were rolling and it was a surprise.

JOOGSQUAD said the help with the new car was a small thank you for Tfue’s support of his YouTube career.

Instead of handing over a check to his brother, he created a new Twitch account to donate $5,000 anonymously to Tfue live on stream.

JOOGSQUAD’s fake Twitch name was appropriately titled “Buy a New Car.”

Tfue did not have a large following yet, so his brother had his own followers raid Tfue’s stream for an audience. Once the crowd was set, the large donations began pouring in to a shocked Tfue.

He did not know how to react, but quickly suspected his brother was up to something.

Now that Tfue has won four Friday Fortnite tournaments and is arguably the best player in the world as Epic plans on giving away $100 million in prizes, he might have to pay his brother back.

Check out the throwback video of JOOGSQUAD helping out Tfue below.

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Pokimane gets away with most insane Among Us vent kill

Published: 30/Oct/2020 12:04

by Georgina Smith

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Twitch streamer Pokimane managed to achieve an unbelievably stealthy kill in Among Us, taking advantage of the light system to pick someone off in a room full of people and get off scot-free.

Since its unexpected explosion in popularity two years after its initial release, indie social deduction game Among Us has spread to just about every corner of the internet, with people even cosplaying the colorful spaceman sprites.

The game has also had more or less every streamer and YouTuber participating in star-studded lobbies, from the likes of huge gamers like PewDiePie, creators such as Mr Beast, and American politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a.k.a. AOC taking part in an unprecedented stream.

While initially, people were stumbling through the maps trying to figure out what was going on, hours of gameplay have meant that Among Us players’ wit is sharper than ever, and no crumbs can be left behind if you want to get away with a kill as the imposter.

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The Imposter has a variety of creative ways to murder their fellow players.

Popular Twitch streamer Pokimane managed to do just that in an October 29 video with creators such as the likes of LazarBeam and Callux, in a nail-biting moment that miraculously paid off.

The game had only just begun, and Pokimane found out she was the imposter for the second time in a row. As the other imposter hit the lights and plunged the crewmates into darkness, the streamer hopped into a vent.

She popped out in navigation, where about four other people were standing in close proximity. But thanks to the sabotage on the lights, Pokimane was able to quickly kill a nearby crewmate, and pop back into the vent unseen.

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While at first it looked as though someone must have noticed, when the body was reported Pokimane was totally in the clear, celebrating with “Okay, I think that was a really good kill. I think.”

She was certainly very pleased with the stealthy move, saying “that was probably one of the best first kills I’ve ever gotten, actually ever.”

Her fellow players were clearly bamboozled with what had happened, and while there have been many sneaky kills in Among Us, Pokimane’s might just be the best.