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Ninja States FaZe Tfue and Cloak are the Most Consistent Players

During Week 8 of the KEEMSTAR Friday Fortnite UMG Tournament, Ninja gave his thoughts on the three-time champions of the event, Tfue and Cloak of FaZe Clan.

The weekly competitive battle royale event that is the KEEMSTAR Friday Fortnite UMG Tournament hosted by YouTuber Daniel "KEEMSTAR" KEEM and competitive gaming tournament platform UMG has given fans the ability to see the most talented players in the world of Fortnite face off against one another. 

With a $20,000 prize pool up for grabs every week, each of the 64 players who take part in the KEEMSTAR Friday Fortnite UMG Tournament do their best to show off their very best Fortnite skills. 

This was the case for Twitch and YouTube superstar Tyler "Ninja" Belvins and his former professional Halo teammate and current Cloud9 streamer Jacob "Hysteria" Reiser and the FaZe Clan duo of Turner "Tfue" Tenney and Dennis "Cloak" Lepore. The two teams battled their way through a grueling day of competitive battle royale action to meet in the grand finals of Week 8 of the event.

While Ninja and Hysteria were able to defeat the three-time champions of FaZe Clan's Tfue and Cloak, Ninja had high praise for the FaZe Clan team in regards to their performances in the KEEMSTAR Friday Fortnite UMG Tournaments. 

"They are just really good man. They are so consistent. I think hands down they are the most consistent players in these tournaments. That is why they do so well. They work so well together," said Ninja during his stream of the event. 

While Tfue and Cloak have certainly proven themselves to be one of the most dominant forces in the world of competitive Fortnite, you can never beat having Ninja, a player who many consider to be one of the very best players in the entire world, complimenting you on your strong teamwork and consistency that has led to three KEEMSTAR Friday Fortnite UMG Tournament Championships.

(cover photo courtesy of Getty Images and FaZe Clan)

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