Tfue Warzone Settings

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Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney

  • Streamer/Content Creator
  • Twitch
  • United States

Turner Tenney, commonly known as Tfue is an American Twitch streamer and content creator. Turner is famous for playing a variety of games but he put his main focus on FPS and Battle Royale games. Before putting his focus into streaming and content creation Tfue used to play Fortnite: Battle Royale professionally for FaZe Clan. but currently, he is not signed with any organization and is focusing more on his career as a streamer on Twitch.

Tfue Mouse Settings – Finalmouse Custom

DPIVertical Sens MultiplierADS Sens Transition Timing
Mouse FilteringPolling RateADS Mouse Sensitivity
Monitor Distance CoefficientMouse SmoothingMouse Sensitivity
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)Invert Mouse LookeDPI
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)Mouse Acceleration
UseChange Stance/SlideAlternate Fire
Use Field UpgradeJump/Stand/MantleSprint/Tactical Sprint/Steady Aim
XSpaceL Shift
Melee/Finishing MoveUse Armor PlateCrouch/Slide
ReloadUse Lethal EquipmentProne
Weapon MountUse Tactical Equipment

Tfue Warzone Video Settings

Display – Benq Zowie Xl2546

Windowed ModeAspect RatioFrame Rate Limit
V-SyncResolutionCustom Frame Limit
Render ResolutionDisplay Gamma
1002.4 (BT1886)

Texture Settings – Nvidia Geforce Rtx 3090

Streaming QualityBullet Impacts & SpraysTexture Resolution
TessellationTexture Filtering AnisotropicOn-Demand Texture Streaming
Particle Quality

Shadow & Lighting – Nvidia Geforce Rtx 3090

Shadow Map ResolutionDirectX RaytracingCache Spot Shadows
Ambient OcclusionCache Sun ShadowsScreen Space Reflection (SSR)
Particle Lighting

Other Effects – Nvidia Geforce Rtx 3090

Filmic StrengthWorld Motion BlurNVIDIA DLSS
Weapon Motion BlurAnti-AliasingFilm Grain
Depth of FieldDynamic Resolution

Tfue Warzone Audio Settings

Audio MixEffects VolumeMaster Volume
Boost High100.0020.46
Juggernaut MusicMusic VolumeHit Marker Sound Effects
Dialogue Volume

Tfue Gaming Gear

Tfue PC Specs

Tfue’s Most Popular Warzone Video

Tfue’s Career

Turner “Tfue” Tenney was born on January 2, 1998, in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, the United States. Tfue was passionate about gaming from a very young age.

Tfue started his career as a streamer playing games like Call of Duty, Destiny, and H1Z1 but it wasn’t until he started playing Fortnite: Battle Royale he started to gain his desired attention because of the increasing popularity of the game itself.

In April 2018, Tfue signed a contract with FaZe Clan as part of their Fortnite roster, and just one month after he signed a contract with FaZe Clan he was suspended from Twitch for 30 days because he was accused of using a racial slur on stream but his suspension was revoked by Twitch after they reviewed the stream and found out that word was not used in a racial manner.

Just one month after his Twitch controversy he received another ban but this time by Epic Games and this time his banned were permanents because he was allegedly involved in buying and selling accounts which is illegal according to Epic Games terms and conditions. And just after a week, he was again banned by Twitch for 14 days due to unknown reasons.

After being part of FaZe Clan for more than a year in May 2019 Tfue filed a Lawsuit against FaZe Clan, he claimed that he was pressurized by FaZe Clan to live in one of their house in Los Angeles and they also pressured him to underage drinking and illegal gambling. He also accused them of only paying him 20% from any branded video that is published on Twitch, YouTube, or social media and half of his revenue from touring and appearances.

FaZe Clan responded to the accusations saying they didn’t take money from any tournaments or his twitch or youtube video and offered him a better contract many times but he rejected and ignored all the contracts.

Later in 2019, FaZe Clan filed a suit against Tfue for damaging the organization’s reputation and trying to form a rival organization while still being under contract and he also leaked critical information to the media violating the terms of his contract.

Later he was involved in another controversy when during a charity tournament hosted by fellow gamer MrBeast he revealed MrBeast’s phone number and his code for contestants which resulted in the stream being taken down and he received a lot of hate for that.

Despite his career being full of controversies, he is still one of the most popular streamers and content creators in the world and as of January 2022, he has more than 10 million followers on Twitch and is really close to 12 million subscribers on youtube.


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