The Fortnite legend is back … on a new platform.
Popular content creator Turner "Tfue" Tenney has officially joined the Kick streaming platform. This announcement follows the former Twitch streamer's retirement from content creation in June after completing the terms of his Twitch deal. Tfue's comeback coincides with the craze of Fortnite OG–and his return will draw interest.
Tfue returns to streaming under Kick instead of Twitch
The Fortnite legend's name has been making the rounds since week one of Fortnite OG. Fellow streamer Guy 'DrDisrespect' Beahm teased a broadcast with Tfue that ultimately did not come to fruition. Since then, Kick streamer and co-founder Trainwrecks has teased Tfue's return on many occasions.
Today, Tfue confirmed the rumors, announcing that he has agreed to join the rising streaming platform. The video poked fun at Tfue's temporary retirement, depicting him emerging from a sandy grave on the beach.
He proceeds to dive through the famous window he jumped out of after qualifying for the Fortnite World Cup, puts on a Kick hat, and declares that he's back.
What are the terms of Tfue's Kick deal?
The terms of Tfue's Kick agreement following his return are currently unclear. It's worth noting that while Tfue ended his Twitch deal amicably, Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins and Dennis' Cloakzy' Lepore recently revealed that Tfue's contract forced him to stream 200 hours each month.
As a result, it will be interesting to see if Tfue plans to stream only on Kick rather than utilize the platform's free range of multi-streaming. Furthermore, it's unclear whether Tfue must fulfill any gambling requirements per Kick's deal with Stake.com.
According to the announcement, Tfue's return stream will occur on Monday, November 20.