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FaZe Clan
subscribers. The official FaZe Clan YouTube channel has 4.5 million subscribers, while FaZe Rug has the most subscribers out of all the Faze Members with 5.2 million

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FaZe Clan Nickname FaZe Founded 2010 Division Call of Duty
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Overwatch Location Los Angeles, California, United States Owner(s) Thomas “Temperrr” Oliveira Manager FaZe Banks, FaZe Apex, FaZe Rain Partners Gamma Gamers
Turtle Beach
Scuff Gaming Website Faze Clan's Youtube channel

FaZe Clan is an American professional eSports team that has teams competing in Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Overwatch. It was founded as a gaming clan on YouTube by players known as FaZe ClipZ, FaZe Resistance and FaZe Housecat (later named Timid), who made trick shot videos for the video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. These early members originally created sniping videos for the Call of Duty game series. The team would later be led by current co-manager FaZe Temperrr. In 2012, with the release of Black Ops 2, they decided to expand into the competitive scene. FaZe Red was placed 3rd at the Call of Duty Championship 2015 and won the 2015 Season 3 championships.

  • 1 YouTube
  • 2 Call of Duty
    • 2.1 The beginning of FaZe
    • 2.2 Call of Duty: Ghosts
    • 2.3 Roster troubles
    • 2.4 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
    • 2.5 New squad and new success
    • 2.6 Tournament results
    • 2.7 Roster
  • 3 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
    • 3.1 Current roster
      • 3.1.1 Former
    • 3.2 Tournament results
  • 4 Overwatch
    • 4.1 Current roster
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links


The FaZe Clan began its existence through YouTube in 2010. FaZe started as a team that would Trick Shot in Call of Duty and post videos on YouTube to try to get views by people. Before FaZe would become competitive in Call of Duty, they would first be famous from YouTube. As YouTube evolved, the more famous FaZe YouTubers began to become more personal and interactive with their fans. The FaZe YouTubers began to vlog and do other creative things to evolve their channels further. The most famous current FaZe YouTubers are FaZe Apex, FaZe Rain, FaZe Blaze, FaZe Rug, FaZe Adapt, and FaZe Censor. Although these YouTubers are considered the most famous FaZe members, they do not compete in any competitive gaming for FaZe. These youtubers strictly do YouTube for FaZe, to extend the brand, and entertain their fans. Currently each major FaZe member has over 1 million subscribers on YouTube, with some having between three and five million subscribers. The official FaZe Clan YouTube channel has 4.5 million subscribers, while FaZe Rug has the most subscribers out of all the Faze Members with 5.2 million subscribers.

Channel Name Total Subscribers Total Views Job in Clan Extra Info Lives In Faze House Faze Clan 4.4 million+ 436.3 million+ Official Channel Official Channel for Clan - Faze Fitness 177.4 thousand+ 6.4 million+ Official Channel - Faze Temperrr 1.5 million+ 40.2 million+ Personality/ Pro Team Owner Owner of Faze Clan Pro Teams Yes Faze Apex 4.4 million+ 770.3 million+ Owner of Faze Clan/Personality Owner of Faze CLan Yes Faze Rain 5.0 million+ 890.7 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality Yes Faze Adapt 3.9 million+ 716.1 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality Yes Faze Blaze 2.8 million+ 399.1 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality Also known as 'Faze Blaziken' Yes Faze Teeqo 1.7 million+ 183.5 million+ Personality Yes Faze Censor 2.2 million+ 345.1 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality No Faze Jev 2.3 million+ 583.6 million+ Personality No Faze Rug 5.4 million + 942.2 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality Most subscribed in the clan No Faze Spratt 877.4 thousand+ 69.2 million+ Content Leader Also known as 'Faze Spratty' No Faze Agony 992.7 thousand+ 107.3 million+ Personality No Faze Hazz 375.9 thousand+ 25.7 million+ Personality No Faze Kitty 279.7 thousand+ 13.1 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality No Faze Dirty 274 thousand+ 18.9 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality No Faze CBass 334.8 thousand+ 0 (No videos) Faze Staff No Faze Fakie 519.6 thousand+ 25.1 million Personality No Faze Jinx 406.8 thousand+ 30.5 million Personality No Faze HugZ 203.3 thousand+ 4 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality No Faze PryZee 382.3 thousand+ 15.5 million+ Personality No Faze Swan 735.1 thousand+ 59.1 million+ Personality No Faze Linkzy 635.7 thousand+ 60.7 million+ Personality No Faze Carl 774.4 thousand+ 89.4 million+ Trickshotter/ Personality Best known for 'Tomahawk Throwing' montages No Faze Kay 709.5 thousand+ 72.7 million+ Personality No Faze Bloo 625.6 thousand+ 34.9 million+ Personality No Faze Replays 329 thousand+ 27.7 million+ Personality No Faze Barker 142 thousand+ 3.5 million+ Montage Editor Lead Montage Editor No Pride 25.2 thousand+ 505 thousand+ Montage Editor Also known as 'Faze Pride' No Jacob Klassen 7.2 thousand+ 120 thousand+ Montage Editor/ Photographer Also known as 'Faze PenG' No Faze Sensei 351 thousand+ 15.1 million+ Personality/ Faze Fitness Owner Owner of Faze Fitness Yes Faze JZpR 40.4 thousand+ 2.2 million+ Personality/ Faze Fitness Owner Co-Owner of Faze Fitness No Faze Nikan 700.1 thousand+ 30.8 million+ Daily Video Editor Yes Faze Coan 29.2 thousand+ 379 thousand+ Graphics Designer No Faze Zaibot 7.4 thousand+ 69 thousand+ Head for Faze Studio No Faze JPEX 38.1 thousand+ 883.4 million+ Graphics Artist No Forceisdown 88.5 thousand+ 1.1 million+ Music Relations Also known as "Faze Force" No Faze Banks 1.2 million+ 30 million+ Personality No Call of Duty The beginning of FaZe

Their first roster was created in 2011 consisting of Heist, Folsom, Secretly, and Sham to compete at the MLG Winter Championship 2012. Their next roster was Heist, maxba2, Replays, and MBoze. The team finished 5th place and took home $2,300 at the event. The roster got a complete makeover going into UMG Atlanta as only Replays stayed to be joined by Slacked, Huhdle, and SpaceLy. The team made the semifinals of the eight team invitational, but were eliminated by eventual 2nd-place finisher, compLexity Gaming. To close out Black Ops 2, the team attended the 4 team MLG Fall Invitational. The team once again kept the same roster but finished in 4th place and won no money.

Call of Duty: Ghosts

At the Championship, the team was upset by the Australian team Trident T1 Dotters in group stage but were able to advance to Bracket play with two big wins over SK Gaming and Aztek Gaming. They secured the 2nd seed in their group and set a match with the other Australian team, Team Immunity. They avoided another upset by defeating them 3-0 with the one of the top European teams, Epsilon eSports. They won again to set up a match against the favorites compLexity in which FaZe lost 3-1. The team but lost their next match the Losers bracket against Strictly Business 3-0. The team finished 6th place and walked away with $50,000.

FaZe participated in the MLG Season 3 championships.

Roster troubles

Much later in to the life cycle of Call of Duty: Ghosts, FaZe saw yet another roster change; however this change is a result of personal issues between Parasite and his teammates and he got benched. Shortly after a very professional ordeal coming out of Censor, his actions are quickly undone as Dedo is traded to Evil Geniuses in exchange for a temporary loan of Karma, and Parasite is back in play.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Advanced Warfare was released in 2014. As yet another series of Roster Swaps went down, FaZe were a part of the action. In the finals FaZe won two best of 5 series to take MLG Columbus and $10,000 with Censor picking up three kills in the final round of the game 5 SnD.

New squad and new success

As Advanced Warfare continued to move along, a deal was struck upon between FaZe and Denial Esports. FaZe reportedly found that Huke and Slasher were unsettled at FaZe and were shopping themselves to other teams. As a result, the organization and key members ZooMaa and Enable, traded the two, for Denial COD Champions James "Clayster" Eubanks and Dillon "Attach" Price

The deal established FaZe as a top three team, and the new squad made strong showings in the Pro League, as well as multiple LAN wins. Their first of which was the UMG Dallas 2015 event, in which they beat OpTic 3-0.

Soon after the squad traveled to Europe to try to win the 2015 GFinity LAN event. FaZe ran through the tournament with ease and were pitted once again against OpTic gaming in the final. OpTic picked up a 3-0 lead in the best of 4. However, FaZe made the 3-0 comeback to win the LAN event.

Tournament results
  • MLG Spring Championship 5th (Heist • MBoZe • Methodz • Replays)
  • UMG Atlanta 2013 9th (Replays • Slacked • SpaceLy • Huhdle)
  • MLG PAX Prime Invitational 4th (Replays • Slacked • SpaceLy • Huhdle)
  • MLG Fall Invitational 4th (Replays • Slacked • SpaceLy • Huhdle)
  • 2013-11-24 MLG Fall Championship 24th (Replays • Classic • SpaceLy • Huhdle)
  • 2014-01-05 UMG Philadelphia 2013 7th (Replays • Classic • Methodz • JKap)
  • 2014-02-07 - Call of Duty Winter Invitational 7th (Replays • Classic • JKap • ProoFy)
  • 2014-03-09 - Call of Duty Championship 2014: US Regional Final 4th (Replays • Classic • JKap • ProoFy)
  • 2014-03-30 Call of Duty Championship 2014 (Replays • Classic • JKap • ProoFy)
  • 6th -2014-04-13 MLG CoD League Season 1 Playoffs (Replays • Classic • JKap • ProoFy)
  • 2014-04-13 MLG CoD League Season 1 1st (Replays • Classic • JKap • ProoFy)
  • 2014-07-27 AEL Dallas 3rd (Censor • Dedo • Apathy • Parasite)
  • 2014-08-03 Gfinity III 3 - 4th (Censor • Dedo • Apathy • Parasite)
  • 9 - 12th 2014-08-24 - UMG Dallas 2014 (Censor • Dedo • Apathy • Parasite)
  • 2014-10-08 MLG CoD League Season 3 5th (Censor • Apathy • Parasite • Karma)
  • 1st - 2014-10-12 UMG Nashville 2014 (Censor • Apathy • Parasite • Karma)
  • 2014-10-26 MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs 7 - 8th (Censor • Apathy • Parasite • Karma)
  • 2014-11-30 MLG Columbus 2014 1st (Censor • Apathy • ACHES • SlasheR)
  • 2015-01-04 UMG Orlando 2015 13 - 16th (Censor • Apathy • ACHES • SlasheR)
  • 2015-02-06 MLG Pro League Season 1 Regular Season 4th (ACHES • SlasheR • Enable • Parasite)
  • 4th -2015-02-22 MLG Pro League Season 1 Playoffs (ACHES • SlasheR • Enable • Parasite)
  • 2015-05-17 UMG California 2015 2nd (Enable • SlasheR • Huke • ZooMaa)
  • 2015-05-22 MLG Pro League Season 2 Regular Season 2nd (Enable • SlasheR • Huke • ZooMaa)
  • 2015-06-07 MLG Pro League Season 2 Playoffs 2nd (Enable • SlasheR • Huke • ZooMaa)
  • 2015-07-12 UMG Dallas 2015 1st (Clayster • Enable • ZooMaa • Attach)
  • 2015-08-02 Gfinity Summer Championship 1st (Clayster • Enable • ZooMaa • Attach)
  • 2015-09-06 UMG Washington D.C. 2015 7 - 8th (Clayster • Enable • ZooMaa • Attach)
  • 2015-09-14 MLG Pro League Season 3 Regular Season 3rd (Clayster • Enable • ZooMaa • Attach)
  • 2015-09-20 MLG Pro League Season 3 Playoffs
  • 5-6th - MLG World Finals 2015
  • 5-8th - Totino's Invitational 2015
Roster Country ID Name Primary Role  United States Clayster James Eubanks Slayer  United States Enable Ian Wyatt Support  Italy ZooMaa Thomas Paparatto Slayer  United States Attach Dillon Price Objective Player Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

On January 20, 2016 G2 Esports announced that FaZe Clan had acquired their international Counter-Strike roster. On April 10, 2016, shortly after placing 9–12th at the MLG Major Championship: Columbus, FaZe announced kioShiMa would be replacing Maikelele. On July 7 the team placed 9–12th at ESL One Cologne 2016. On August 16, 2016 it was announced that Aleksi "allu" Jalli would be replacing Ricardo "daddy" Pacheco. On February 2, 2017, it was announced that aizy would be moving to North on the 8th, whilst NiKo would come to FaZe after Dreamhack Las Vegas on the 20th, with jkaem playing as stand-in in the interim.

Current roster Country Alias Name Role Join date  Norway rain Håvard Nygaard Rifler (entry fragger) January 20, 2016  France kioShiMa Fabien Fiey Rifler (support) April 10, 2016  Finland allu Aleksi Jalli AWPer August 16, 2016  Denmark karrigan Finn Andersen In-game leader October 19, 2016  Bosnia and Herzegovina NiKo Nikola Kovač Rifler/AWPer February 19, 2017  Sweden RobbaN Robert Dahlström Coach February 9, 2017 Former Country ID Name Join date Departure  Sweden Maikelele Mikail Bill 2016-01-20 2016-04-03  Portugal fox Ricardo Pacheco 2016-01-20 2016-08-16  Norway jkaem Joakim Myrbostad 2016-01-20 2016-11-09  Denmark aizy Philip Aistrup 2016-01-20 2017-02-08 Tournament results

Bold denotes a CS:GO Major

  • 5-8th ELEAGUE Major 2017
  • 9-12th DreamHack Masters Las Vegas, 2017
  • 2nd IEM Katowice, 2017
  • 2nd IEM Sydney, 2017
  • 2nd Esports Championship Series Season 3, 2017
Overwatch Current roster Country ID Name Role Join date  Russia ShaDowBurn George Gushcha DPS 2016-08-20  United States zombs Jared Gitlin Flex 2016-08-20  United States FCTFCTN Russell Campbell Tank 2016-08-20  Latvia Forsak3n Viktors Bernevs Support 2016-08-20  United States Rawkus Shane Flaherty Support 2016-08-20 References
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  • compLexity Gaming
  • Counter Logic Gaming
  • Denial eSports
  • FaZe Clan
  • G2 Esports
  • H2k-Gaming
  • Luminosity Gaming
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Defunct/inactive squads and teams
  • Evil Geniuses
  • Shoot to Kill
  • Most Wanted eSports
  • SK Gaming
  • Str8 Rippin
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Notable players
  • Patrick "ACHES" Price
  • Dillon "Attach" Price
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CS:GO Majors
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Notable teams Europe
  • Astralis
  • Epsilon eSports
  • FaZe Clan
  • Flipsid3 Tactics
  • Fnatic
  • G2 Esports
  • Gambit Gaming
  • mousesports
  • Natus Vincere
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • North
  • Team Dignitas
  • Team EnVyUs
  • Team LDLC.com
  • Team Secret
  • Virtus.pro
North America
  • Cloud9
  • Counter Logic Gaming
  • compLexity Gaming
  • Denial eSports
  • Echo Fox
  • Misfits
  • NRG eSports
  • OpTic Gaming
  • Splyce
  • Team Liquid
  • Immortals (Brazil)
  • Luminosity Gaming (Brazil)
  • Renegades (Australia)
  • SK Gaming (Brazil)
  • EFGaming
  • Evil Geniuses
  • Jax Money Crew
  • Selfless Gaming
  • Team 3D
  • Team Curse
  • Team NoA
  • Team SoloMid
  • Tempo Storm
  • Titan
  • WeMade FOX
  • Winterfox
Notable commentators
  • Anders Blume
  • Toby "TobiWan" Dawson

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