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Turner 'Tfue' Tenney

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Tfue Fortnite Settings & Keybinds

Turner ‘Tfue’ Tunney needs no introduction to Fortnite enthusiasts following his prompt raise to the top of his game, creating a fan base of millions and ensuring that his time spent streaming on popular streaming network Twitch is enjoyed by impressive viewing numbers.

Formerly known for his time playing battle royale title ‘H1Z1’ and ‘Destiny’, Tfue has proven to the world that he should be considered as one of the greats when it comes to popular BR title ‘Fortnite’, putting on a show that is never to be missed.

He is well known for his insane aim, and as you will see below from his mouse settings and dpi, he uses a relatively low sensitivity.

Tfue Fortnite Keybinds

WallR
FloorE
StairsQ
RoofMouse Button 5
Harvesting Tool1
Weapon Slot 12
Weapon Slot 23
Weapon Slot 34
Weapon Slot 45
Weapon Slot 56
TrapsF
EditV & Mouse 4
UseMW Down
CrouchLeft Shift

Tfue Graphics Settings

Window ModeFullscreen
Resolution1920×1080 16:9
Frame Rate LimitUnlimited
3D Resolution100% 1920×1080
View DistanceEpic
ShadowsOff
Anti AliasingOff
TexturesEpic
EffectsLow
Post ProcessingLow
VsyncOff
Motion BlurOff
Show FPSOn

Tfue Mouse Settings

Mouse Sensitivity X0.10
Mouse Sensitivity Y0.10
Mouse Targeting Sensitivity:0.70
Mouse Scope Sensitivity:0.55
Mouse DPI:400
Polling Rate500hz

Frequently Asked Questions

Tfue’s real name is Turner Tenney however his reputation as a high level gamer has made him better known for his alias.

Turner ‘Tfue’ Tunney was born 2nd January 1997 in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida and is currently 21 years old.

Tfue has been on the receiving end of a number of different bans during his time as a streamer on popular streaming network Twitch, with the young streamer unfortunately breaking the sites TOS for a variety of reasons.

He has since been reinstated on the site and continues to grow a huge community of fans that are locked into viewing his streams while they enjoy his impressive game play and willingness to test the boundaries of Fortnite gaming mechanics.

Tfue has grown a large community of subscribers on his popular YouTube channel and currently has 11.2 million YouTube subscribers to his channel, however as he continues to be considered as one of the best Fortnite gamers in the world, he continues to see those numbers climb.

Prior to playing Fortnite, Tfue previously uploaded videos of his game play in ‘H1Z1’ and ‘Destiny’, growing the channel to 3.5 million subscribers.

Tfue has become known for his continued insistence to play Fortnite without the use of a premium character skin or ‘battle pass’ skin, instead making use of the starter skin that players are assigned when starting out on the game.

Due to his desire to continue to use the skin that is given to new players, he became known as the ‘King of Defaults’ however most recently broke his desire to remain completely addition free when Epic Games released a gifting programme that allowed friends on the game to send others items that were active in the store at the time of gifting, with FaZe Cloak gifting Tfue a skin that contained a bamboo ‘back bling’.

Tfue has become a legend within the Fortnite community and that means that when the full time streamer showcases his game play on the streaming platform that flocks of fans continue to flood to see him play.

His viewer numbers vary massively depending on which other well-known gamers are streaming, whether he is playing competitive Fortnite and the time of day that he is live, however for the most part you can expect to see his streams pulling anywhere between 25,000-55,000 concurrent viewers on average.

Tfue has enjoyed an impressive year in the Fortnite competitive scene throughout 2018 and so far he has already made a reported $465,425 from playing the game.

A large percentage of those competitive winnings (54.27%) was due to winning Fortnite Fall Skirmish – Week 6 that took place October 28th, 2018, with FaZe team mate FaZe Cloak as the pair took home the lion’s share of the winnings on offer, scooping $255,000 each.

He has since been reinstated on the site and continues to grow a huge community of fans that are locked into viewing his streams while they enjoy his impressive game play and willingness to test the boundaries of Fortnite gaming mechanics.

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