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Best Fortnite streamers quit the game: Check all details



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  • Fortnite has quickly turned into one of the premier games to stream as a content creators.
  • Considering the overall gameplay of Fortnite, there can be situations that can cause even veterans to rage quit.
  • The biggest Fortnite streamers quit the game due to various reasons.

Fortnite has always been a hotspot for streamers and content creators. Ranging from professional Fortnite players like Tfue and Clix to full-time streamers like Ninja and TimTheTatman, almost everyone in the community has been forced to rage quit at times.

This article features the biggest Fortnite streamers who quit the game due to various reasons.

1. Clix

Clix is a professional Fortnite player who plays for NRG Esports. Although Clix is used to performing in high-level tournaments, including the Fortnite World Cup Finals in 2019, the professional was forced to rage quit after being continuously harassed by stream snipers.

2. Benjamin “DrLupo” Lupo

Boasting over 3 million followers on his Twitch channel, DrLupo was a dedicated Fortnite streamer when the game was released. However, the fan-favorite streamer, popular for his wholesome streams, has gone to stream a variety of games such as Escape from Tarkov, Among Us, Warzone, and others. The fact that he hasn’t been seen playing Fortnite for quite a long time makes the entire community extremely sad.

3. Tfue

Turner “Tfue” Tenney is arguably one of the most controversial professional Fortnite players. Ranging from quitting the game to getting involved in various controversies, Tfue has commanded a fair share of attention from the entire Fortnite community.

Having said that, there have been multiple instances in Fortnite where Tfue has failed to control his emotions and ended up rage-quitting the game.

4. Jack “CourageJD” Dunlop

CourageJD was a household name in the Fortnite community ever since he started streaming the game on Twitch. Courage’s popularity as a Fortnite streamer had grown so much that he was even invited to be the host for the Fortnite World Cup held in 2019.

However, Courage has since given up on Fortnite and chosen to stream other games like Warzone and Among Us.

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