Twitch streamer Fortnite and Twitch streamer Tfue has been having neck problems for the better part of a month that have led him to cut streaming sessions short and even result in a trip to the emergency room.
It all started when he showed a large bump on his neck during a stream on March 18 and then revealed he was taking antibiotics for them.
Tfue kept mentioning how the doctors couldn't figure out what was wrong with his neck and he was going to have to keep visiting other doctors for more information.
Doctor said my results came back negative :raised_hands::skin-tone-2: my neck is all good
— Tfue (@TTfue) April 1, 2019
His last update on the situation came on March 21 so it didn't seem like something for fans to worry about anymore. On April 1, Tfue gave us another update on his neck and this one was a lot better sounding than the previous ones had been.
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"Doctor said my results came back negative, my neck is all good," he tweeted.
Fortnite World Cup qualifiers begin April 13
This is very good news for Tfue with the Fortnite World Cup quickly approaching. After sharing some less-than-promising updates his neck, it's good to finally see some uplifting news.
Tfue is going to need to be in prime shape if he wants to perform well in the World Cup and having a neck injury is never a good injury to have for anyone, let alone a streamer looking to sit in front of a monitor for numerous hours each day.
With this update, it looks like Tfue and his neck injuries are behind him. We'll be sure to keep you updated with any future developments as Tfue shares them.
More recent good news for Tfue involves him becoming just the second member of FaZe Clan crossing the 10 million subscriber count on YouTube.
His growth has been staggering and it's likely to keep going as 2019 progresses.