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Tfue's net worth and how much money he makes on Twitch

Tfue is one of the most popular Fortnite players and streamers in the world, which of course, means fans are constantly speculating about the amount of cash he's pulling in. What is Tfue worth? they wonder. And how much of his income is derived from Twitch? Those are the questions we're aiming to answer today.

According to the website Naibuzz, Tfue — whose real name is Turner Tunney — has a net worth of approximately $10 million. It's possible he's made a good chunk of that from the competitive Fortnite scene, where he's played a a member of FaZe Clan (though his future with the team still seems up in the air). Tfue also has a sizable following on YouTube, where he currently boasts over 11 million subscribers.

It's clear, however, that Twitch makes Tfue a lot of money. He reportedly pulls in around 50,000 viewers per stream, which means he's earning ad revenue from users who aren't subscribers to his channel. And it's believed he has roughly 45,000 subscribers on Twitch. Using the tried-and-true 50 percent revenue split that most Twitch streamers get on subs, we can estimate that Tfue earns around $112,500 per month from Twitch subscriptions alone. Over the course of a year, that adds up to $1.35 million.

There are also sponsorship deals to factor in. These sponsorships come via Tfue's own Twitch channel as well as through his play with FaZe Clan (though again, those earnings might not be around much longer). But you can count at least some of them as being tied directly to Tfue's Twitch stream. And then there are donations. We aren't sure exactly how much Tfue makes annually from donations, but if you tune in to one of his streams, you'll see he's getting a lot of them during every broadcast. They're likely a significant amount of his total Twitch income.

So there you have it. Tfue is reportedly worth somewhere north of $10 million, and makes at least $1.35 million per year thanks to his Twitch stream. Keep an eye on his follower counts, though; if those go up, it almost certainly means his subscriber count is going up, too. And that means he's making even more.