Fortnite has been one of the largest and most successful video games of all time. Professional players like Tfue have become icons among fellow players and launched into viral stardom. Due to this popularity, many people are looking to emulate their favorite player Tfue and utilize his keyboard of choice and his specific key bindings for Fortnite.
Who is Tfue?
Tfue shot up the ranks in Fortnite as the game gained popularity previously being one of the top players in other PC battle royales including H1Z1 and PUBG.
Tfue's popular really hit its stride when he became a member of FaZe Clan back in April of 2018. He currently competes in the Fortnite pro circuit with the team captain, Faze Cloak.
What Model Is Tfue's Keyboard?
Tfue's keyboard is currently the Ducky One 2 Mini, a popular mechanical keyboard known for its high build quality, compact size and simple yet sleek appeal. Each keyboard comes with some swappable keycaps in random colors, but Tfue currently utilizes a combination of Ducky's ultra-violet keycaps as well some of the Tai-Hao rubber keycaps.
The Ducky One 2 Mini keyboard that Tfue uses is wireless, but you can plug it in via the included USB-C cable to charge or use as a wired keyboard (which is our preference). The keys are backlight with RGB lighting that is customizable within their software. On the bottom of the keyboard, there are rubber non-slip pads as well as two different optional flip-out feet allowing you to customize the height of the keyboard to your personal preference.
What Are Tfue's Keyboard Settings & Key Binds
Here are Tfue's keyboard binds and settings for playing professional Fortnite as of May 2019:
|Wall – C||Floor – E||Stairs – Q||Roof – Mouse 5|
|Trap – Mouse 4||Building Edit – V||Map – M||Inventory – I|
|Harvesting Tool – 1||Weapon 1 – 2||Weapon 2 – 3||Weapon 3 – 4|
|Weapon 4 – 5||Weapon 5 – 6|
As you can see, Tfue's keybinds are rather reasonable and there aren't many out of the ordinary keyboard settings that he uses. We will do our best to update this article if Tfue's keyboard binds or settings change over time.