Tennp0 Fortnite Settings Updated

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Bio

  • Real Name: Jason Wang
  • Country: United States
  • Birth & Age: May 2, 1998 (20 Yrs)

Ranking

  • World Ranking – #1010
  • Country Ranking – #208

Fortnite Earnings

  • Total Prize – $94,175.00 (From 13 Tournaments)
  • Online Prize – $82,425.00 (From 10 Tournaments)
  • Offline/LAN Prize – $11,750.00 (From 3 Tournaments)

Tennp0 Fortnite Video Settings 

  • Window Mode -> Fullscreen
  • Display Resolution -> 1920×1080 (16:9)
  • Frame Rate Limit ->  Unlimited
  • 3D Resolution ->  1920×1080 (100%)
  • View Distance ->  Near
  • Shadows -> Off
  • Anti-Aliasing -> Off
  • Textures -> Low
  • Effects ->  Low
  • Post Processing -> Low
  • Vsync -> Off
  • Motion Blur -> Off
  • Show FPS -> On
  • Allow Video Playback -> On

Brightness Calibration

  • Brightness  -> 0.50

Tennp0 Fortnite Game Settings

  • Mouse Sensitivity X  -> 0.11
  • Mouse Sensitivity Y -> 0.11
  • Controller Sensitivity X  -> 0.5
  • Controller Sensitivity Y -> 0.5
  • Mouse Targeting Sensitivity -> 1.00
  • Mouse Scope Sensitivity -> 1.00
  • Controller Targeting Sensitivity -> 0.50
  • Controller Scope Sensitivity -> 0.50
  • Invert View -> Off
  • HUD Scale -> 0.90 (Camera & Display)
  • Mouse DPI -> 800
  • Polling Rate -> 1000 Hz

Tennp0 Fortnite Keybinds

  • Wall – > Q
  • Platform – > E
  • Stairs -> V
  • Roof -> Thumb Mouse Button 4
  • Trap Slot -> F5
  • Harvesting Tool -> N
  • Weapon Slot 1 -> 2
  • Weapon Slot 2 -> Thumb Mouse Button 5
  • Weapon Slot 3 -> 3
  • Weapon Slot 4 -> 4
  • Weapon Slot 5 -> X
  • USE Key -> B
  • Building Edit Key -> F
  • Open Inventory Key -> I
  • Crouch Key -> C
  • Open Map Key -> Tab

Tennp0 Fortnite Video Settings
Video settings

More About Tennp0

Jason Wang is an American player for the FaZe Clan and known by his alias “Tennp0.” He started his career as a professional gamer with the team in June 2018. He is a professional Fortnite player which he enjoys albeit he enjoys playing FPS games more than Battle Royale titles. He became serious with his gaming career on Twitch since he was about 11 years old.

Currently, he is ranked #1010 in the list of players with the highest overall earnings, and #208 in the highest earning players from the United States. The total prize he earned at the time of writing is $94,175 from 13 tournaments. He and Nate Hill were part of the FaZe Clan roster at the same time.

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