FaZe Clan's Tfue Has Officially Moved Into the FaZe House - Dexerto

FaZe Clan’s Tfue Has Officially Moved Into the FaZe House

Published: 6/Sep/2018 21:02 Updated: 6/Sep/2018 21:16

by Virginia Glaze


FaZe Clan Fortnite pro player Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney has finally made the move into the FaZe team house in Los Angeles, California.

The massive Twitch streamer will be joining fellow Fortnite pros of the FaZe Clan in a shared, multi-million dollar mansion.

The eleven-room abode is settled in LA’s luxurious Hollywood Hills, neighboring the mansions of Team Clout and the FaZe team owners.

News of Tfue’s official move was broken by fellow teammate FaZe Adapt in a vlog on September 5. In the vlog, Tfue, along with FaZe Clan CEO and founder Temperrr, perform the daring stunt of making an approximately 50-foot jump from the ‘Reservoir.’

Unfortunately, FaZe Adapt couldn’t stomach the jump, instead opting to slide down a rocky incline on top of a skateboard.

The vlog also made another announcement. Adapt stated that Tfue would be streaming again ‘soon,’ which lined up with several other findings around the internet.

Tfue himself made a Tweet on September 5 teasing his return to Twitch.



Additionally, it was noticed that Tfue was unblocked on both Twitch and YouTube, two platforms that he had been kicked from in August.

This information proved true, as Tfue’s Twitch channel is now active, and he has made his first return since the 14-day ban. His YouTube channel is likewise restored, after being hacked and all his content removed. He explained the incident in a YouTube video on September 6, where he stated that the Twitch ban was due to “stupid stuff.”

He likewise announced that he would be making more content along with the rest of FaZe clan – so fans have a lot to look forward to in the near future.


flamie explains why Na’Vi have struggled during CSGO’s online era

Published: 28/Oct/2020 17:58

by Marco Rizzo


Interviewed by Dexerto, NaVi CSGO player Egor ‘flamie’ Vasilev discussed his team’s struggles in the online era, the North American teams coming to Europe and what it means to be already qualified for BLAST Global Finals. 

The 23-year old Russian commented on NaVi’s struggles at the beginning of the online era of Counter-Strike. He talked about the struggles in adapting to playing online, referring to his team’s history of being a squad which turns up on LAN.

This was evident from their inability to replicate their success at IEM Katowice 2020 in following events such as EPL Season 11 and the ensuing Regional Major Ranking events. 

The young rifler expressed his belief that LAN events might still be an unrealistic prospect in the near future and mentioned how a recent bootcamp with part of the team has really helped to improve everyone’s game. 

Flamie also revealed his excitement in seeing NA teams coming to Europe in order to compete in online tournaments, especially Evil Geniuses which appear on their BLAST Premier Fall Series groups. 

In the end, Egor commented on the relief in pressure now that the team is almost certain to qualify for the BLAST Premier Global Finals and how it, together with Ilya ‘Perfecto’ Zalutskiy’s recovery from illness, will improve the team. 

NaVi and flamie are currently looking to top their group at Blast Premier Fall Series 2020 and will be playing NiP today in the lower bracket final, aiming to get their revenge against OG in the final game of the day.