Tfue Accused of Cheating in Fortnite Battle Royale


Tfue Accused of Cheating in Fortnite Battle Royale
Source: Tfue Twitch

Popular streamer Tfue is accused of cheating. Find out what he has to say.

Tfue Accused of Cheating

The Fortnite Battle Royale World Cup Finals are getting closer, and there are still hundreds of thousands of players who are still trying to qualify. However, like every other multiplayer video game with a competitive scene, some players are getting accused of cheating. Thankfully, the Fortnite Battle Royale cheat protection is working very well. It did not start very well to begin with, but has stabilized. Now it is working much better without a question. However, players are getting edgy over some things. Several players are already banned for other players feeding them kills. But this was the first time another player is accusing a pro player of cheating.

Turner “Tfue” Tenney was accused of getting players in-game to give him free kills, and that is the reason why he was able to qualify. However, there is a problem with this. Tfue already qualified for the World Cup Finals last week. Many players showed their support for Tfue, and his even celebrated with his father after the clinch (video here).

Accusations

Where do these accusations come from? Tfue was playing a game with his partner, Faze Cloak, and they both landed at The Block.  They somehow found an enemy and eliminated him without any weapon. This could be a normal scenario. However, @BosWuji claimed that the elimination was unlikely, and thought that it might be a kill feed. He asked officials from his twitter account for a 14-day ban.

Tfue, on the other hand, did not refrain from answering. He answered with this tweet shortly afterward another one followed.

The thing is, Tfue is one of the most popular streamers in the world, and he’s consisted not only to be “one” of the best players, but actually “the’ best player in Fortnite Battle Royale. From his tournament wins, to high unreal highlight reels, this accusation is completely nonsense, and without merit. However, that didn’t stop Tfue from giving his two cents.
Tfue responded, and said 100k is watching him right now,  and that zero were watching BosWuji. We’ll wait and see what the officials have say about this, however, it is highly unlikely Tfue will get a 14-day ban just because of this elimination.


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