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Fortnite Battle Royale • May 10, 2019

Tfue channels his inner-xQc after Fortnite Season 9 edit blunder

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Tfue channels his inner-xQc after Fortnite Season 9 edit blunder
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Popular Fortnite Battle Royale professional Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney was left furious by his inability to edit a build properly - resulting in a hilarious flip out during which he kicked his own desk.  

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Fortnite Season 9 launched on May 9 with the highly-anticipated v9.00 update reviving the recently destroyed Tilted Towers and Retail Row - revamping the map and adding the areas back under the new names of Neo Tilted and Mega Mall.

There was also the addition of the Slipstream Tubes, a new way to get around a portion of the map - similar to the Geysers from Season 8. Yet, if you accidentally happen to build into the path of the slipstream’s propulsion, you will likely end up somewhere you didn’t plan on being.

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Tfue and his duo partner Cloak are still aiming to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup.

That happened to Tfue during his May 9 stream as the FaZe Clan star was left completely furious by the game after being unable to edit correctly during a close firefight.

The streamer had failed a number of edits as he tried to wriggle his way around a few opponents and solidify a top placing. However, after a few failed attempts, he was blown into the path of another player by the new slipstream tubes.

“Yeah, I remember I used to be able to fucking edit dude,” roared Tfue, as he was eliminated from the match. He added another solitary “Fuck” before rolling his chair back, pulling his feet up and slamming them down on his desk - copying fellow streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel’s signature rage.

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While regular Tfue viewers don’t really see him freak out too much about things in the way xQc and others do, this isn’t the first time he’s kicked his desk.

The pair of streamers linked up for a lengthy session back on April 19, with the FaZe pro crying his eyes out at how the former Overwatch League player could so easily rage - and find the time to kick his desk from above. It was something he adopted himself a few days later on his own channel.

As frustrating as things may get in-game, you probably shouldn't expect to see Tfue punching or kicking his desk on a regular basis - that’s just not his style.

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