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Tfue sued FaZe Clan — the club takes up to 80% of his revenue from it

Turner Tfue Tenney sued Faze Clan , which the 22-year-old American is from April 2018. Streamer believes that the organization illegally appropriates up to 80% of its income.

Tfue also complained that FaZe forced him to live in the same house with other streamers, as well as drink and gamble before he became an adult at 21.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Tenney believes that the organization “limited its business opportunities.” The club took a large percentage of all Tfue videos, streams and other media activities, and also limited it in signing personal sponsorship agreements. The content maker does not like that he gets less than Tyler Ninja Blevins .

In September, Tfue tried to break the contract with FaZe, but it did not work out. Hollywood Reporter clarified that Tenney could become a free agent if he proves that his occupation falls under the category “artist”: in this case, the contract between Tenney and FaZe will be invalid, since the tape drive does not have the necessary documentation that is issued by local authorities.

Tfue is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, which regularly ranks in the top 10 for the number of hours spent on its broadcasts.

FaZe Clan was founded in 2010. Multigaming has players in Fortnite, CS: GO, Call of Duty, FIFA, Rainbow Six and PUBG.