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It seems that the unstoppable duo may be competing together once more for this season’s iteration of the Fortnite Champion Series.

Turner “Tfue” Tenney and Dennis “Cloakzy” Lepore have had more than their fair share of success when it comes to professional Fortnite events. Playing as a duo since the Summer Skirmish back in July 2018, the pair had been inseparable ever since. That is of course until last month…

Following a poor start to the Season X Fortnite Champion Series Trios competition, Tfue and Cloakzy had a public falling out over a sponsored stream mishap. For fans it was hard to watch the split, after all they hadn’t only been teammates but also very close friends. When talking with his Twitch chat shortly after the clash, Tfue asked “Forgive Dennis? Dude, I mean how could I forgive him” so at the time things seemed pretty permanent.

Tfue then tweeted to let everyone know he was looking for new teammates, and soon found a trio to end the season with. Alex “Fiber” Bonetello and free agent “Khanada” joined the ex-Faze Clan superstar and made it to the Grand Finals of the FNCS.

Well, now it seems like Tfue and Cloakzy may finally have settled their differences. During the Fortnite black hole event, Cloakzy leaked to his chat that he would potentially be reuniting with his old friend for Chapter 2. He told them that he was experimenting with different squads and that “one of the squads I plan to try out are me, Khanada, Fiber and Turner”.

It turns out that, although not 100% confirmed, this squad is probably going to be official. Yesterday Fiber teasingly tweeted “Our Squad OP OP” and then the team ran some Squad Scrims live on stream.

Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 1 will feature a Fortnite Champion Series similar to the one we saw last season. Kicking off on November 1st, any Squad of Champion League ranked players will be able to battle it out for a big chunk of prize money. If Tfue and Cloakzy really are back together, and playing alongside the likes of Fiber and Khanada, then they will certainly be a team to watch out for.

Author Bio

James Peskett

James is a freelance Esports writer from the United Kingdom. He has been playing Fortnite since the release of Battle Royale mode and is especially interested in the competitive scene.


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