The Twitch superstar caused chaos in the esport community when he shockingly revealed that he would be suing FaZe Clan over the terms of his previous contract. It has since been revealed that Tfue is looking to end his association with FaZe in order to pursue his dream of starting his own organization, something which his current deal does not allow.
Despite receiving many lucrative contract offers from FaZe Clan, the Florida native seems adamant on leaving and pursuing legal options to facilitate his departure.
Nevertheless, Tfue finally made his return to streaming on Friday, May 24, albeit with everything FaZe related removed from his overlay.
The streamer hopped into playground mode to scout the latest Block, his landing spot during the Fortnite World Cup qualifiers, and talked his Twitch chat through his plans to land on the ship first, guaranteeing himself the best loot.
However, things went horribly wrong when he accidentally cannoned himself off the map, rather than towards a set of buildings.
Tfue swiftly moved on from his error to entertain his viewers but was left frustrated by the building mechanics in some of the recently added locations such as Neo Tilted.
Channelling his inner xQc, he kicked his desk following elimination after he ran out of materials in order to block his enemy’s shots.
Tfue will hope to put his errors and moments of rage behind him as he finally looks to secure a World Cup qualification spot alongside duo partner Dennis ‘Cloakzy’ Lapore who offered his backing to Tenney during the recent drama.
After narrowly missing out a place during last week’s games, a similar performance should give them a great chance of booking a place in the grand finals.