Fortnite streamer Tfue was robbed last night in Miami, following the Fortnite Streamer Bowl.

Details are still emerging in the robbery of Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney following his second-place and MVP performance at last night’s Fortnite Streamer Bowl.

According to his Instagram story, the streamer went from the competition to Jake Paul’s fight, and later to a strip club. He can be seen posing in the mirror with his Audemars Piguet (AP) watch in one of his photos.

Tfue tweeted that he had been robbed around 5 AM EST last night. He followed up with a tweet on January 31, saying that he was fine but missing the watch.

According to a quick Google search, the watch in question costs over $20,000 – possibly well over.

Tfue is safe, which is the good news. He posted a picture with the watch to his Instagram story, telling his fans that it was stolen from him.

Via: Instagram/Tfue

We’ll keep you updated as more details about the robbery become available. As of now, we only know that Tfue’s watch was stolen. There’s no news of any other property missing.

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