Tfue is still embroiled in the drama surrounding his former gaming organization, but he's gotta make that money, so he's returned to doing what he does best.
The elite gamer resumed normal business on Friday night when he fired up his Twitch stream for the first time in days.
Tfue played a Fortnite session for over 5 hours, and amassed almost 130,000 live viewers while blasting his way to multiple Victory Royales.
The esports star announced that he would be returning to gaming, and afterwards told fans, "Tonight’s stream was one for the books
Also interesting, Tfue removed the FaZe Clan branding from his social media pages, as well as his Twitch landing. Instead of "FaZe Clan," his bio now just reads "Professional Athlete."
The term he's using is significant, as Tfue and his legal team believe FaZe Clan was holding the 21-year-old to a talent contract that is not structured like most agreements between talent/athletes and their management organizations.
FaZe Clan released a video on Thursday explaining that they've tried to restructure Tfue's deal multiple times, but to no avail.
Team co-owner, Banks, has also reached out to try and mend the damage that's been done, but it appears Tfue is leaving FaZe in the dust.