A top ‘Fortnite’ player who won more than $500,000 is suing his team over an ‘oppressive’ contract. Here’s why other YouTubers are taking notice.
|05/22/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Professional gamer Turner “Tfue” Tenney is suing his former team, FaZe Clan over a contract that he calls “oppressive and predatory.”
- Tenney has won more than $500,000 playing “Fortnite” in tournaments, and is one of the most popular players in the world. He has more than 10 million subscribers on YouTube, and another six million followers on Twitch.
- The lawsuit alleges that Tenney’s contract allowed FaZe Clan to retain up to 80 percent of Tenney’s earnings from sponsored advertisements, and that it prevented him from signing valuable deals with potential sponsors.
- Ricky Banks, the owner of FaZe Clan, said the organization has made read more >>>