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―FaZe Clan

FaZe Clan, formerly known as FaZe Sniping, is an American eSports organization and entertainment organization that competes in Call of Duty, CS:GO, Overwatch, PUBG, Rainbow Six Siege, FIFA, and Fortnite: Battle Royale tournaments. The team was founded as a gaming clan on YouTube by players known as FaZe Housecat (later renamed TimidHouseCat), FaZe CilipZ, and FaZe Resistance in the year 2010 who all created "trickshot" videos for the video game, Call of Duty, Modern Warfare 2. These types of montages are still produced by various members. In 2012, with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops II the organization decided to expand into competitive play.

In 2016, a new era for FaZe began when the organization bought a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) professional team. This moment marked the beginning of FaZe Clan expanding into various eSports. This movement is referred to as "FaZe 2.0" by FaZe members and fans. The FaZe CS:GO team went on to become the second most successful roster for the 2017 season. FaZe is also the most popular eSports organisation in the world, based on the clan's social media following.

Their main YouTube channel has 6.4 million subscribers and nearly 675 million total video views.

History

FaZe Clan started through YouTube in 2010, as a group of players who performed trick shots in Call of Duty and posted clips and montages on the site. As the members' personalities and audience preferences changed, so did the video content. The FaZe YouTubers including FaZe Temperrr,FaZe Teeqo,FaZe Banks, FaZe Apex, FaZe Blaze, FaZe Rug, FaZe Adapt, FaZe Censor, and FaZe Rain started to vlog and do creative skits to further develop their channels. Although the FaZe YouTubers are the more famous FaZe Clan members, they do not compete in any competitive gaming for FaZe. These YouTubers strictly make YouTube videos in order to extend the FaZe Clan brand and entertain their fans. Currently, each major FaZe member has over 1 million subscribers on YouTube, with some having between two and six million subscribers. while FaZe Rug has the most subscribers of all the FaZe Members with Tweleve million subscribers.

Within the last few years, the Call of Duty community has been frustrated with the way FaZe Clan has been/not been involved in the game in which it was founded. As of August 2017, Spratt has left FaZe Clan to join Optic Gaming. Following this, Carl also left to join Soar. FaZe Apex notes that both Spratt and Carl were on good terms with the clan and that Spratt had considered leaving for "a while now". Carl said the reason he left FaZe Clan is because he still wanted to make Call of Duty videos. Most of the other FaZe members have changed their video topics and mostly do vlog videos. This sparked FaZe Clan to organize the highly successful FaZe Bootcamp on the release of Call of Duty: WWII Trickshotters known as FaZe Kitty, FaZe Dirty, FaZe Bloo, FaZe GwidT and FaZe Replays were brought in to contribute to a week dedicated to creating Call of Duty content.

As of May 16, 2019, FaZe Clan have Over 77 million combined YouTube subscribers, 9 billion combined YouTube views, 11.2 million Twitch followers, 53.6 million Twitch views, 42.8 million combined Twitter followers, 39.7 million combined Instagram followers, 5.7 million Facebook likes and followers.

FaZe Roster

The FaZe Roster consists of the following:

FaZe Founders

  • FaZe TimidHousecat
  • FaZe Cilipz
  • FaZe Resistance

FaZe Leaders

  • FaZe Temperrr (CEO)
  • Lee Trink (CEO)

FaZe Co-Leaders

FaZe Staff

  • FaZe CBass
  • FaZe HugZ
  • FaZe iuKeEe
  • FaZe RobbaN
  • FaZe tgk
  • FaZe Zephyr

FaZe Content Creators

  • FaZe Fakie
  • FaZe Teeqo 
  • FaZe Jinx
  • FaZe PryZee
  • FaZe Cheo
  • FaZe Swan
  • FaZe Rain
  • FaZe Rug
  • FaZe Linkzy
  • FaZe Adapt 
  • FaZe Kay
  • FaZe Bloo
  • FaZe Jev
  • FaZe Censor
  • FaZe Dirty
  • FaZe Agony
  • FaZe Kitty
  • FaZe Blaze
  • FaZe Replays
  • FaZe Gwidt
  • FaZe Hazz
  • FaZe Avxry
  • FaZe Tenser

FaZe Editors

  • FaZe Barker
  • FaZe Unchained
  • FaZe Mito

FaZe Designers

  • FaZe ADL
  • FaZe Cuds

FaZe Fortnite

  • FaZe Cizzorz
  • FaZe SpaceLyon
  • FaZe Jaomock
  • FaZe Cloak (Captain)
  • FaZe Thiefs
  • FaZe Nate Hill
  • FaZe Mew
  • FaZe Yelo
  • FaZe Noizey
  • FaZe Orba
  • FaZe Bini
  • FaZe Martoz
  • FaZe FunkBomb
  • FaZe Sway
  • FaZe Kazify
  • FaZe Jarvis
  • FaZe Dubs
  • FaZe Megga

FaZe Call of Duty

  • FaZe Enable
  • FaZe ZooMa
  • FaZe Clayster
  • FaZe Attach
  • FaZe Cellium
  • FaZe Priestahh
  • FaZe Skrapz
  • FaZe Zer0
  • FaZe Asim
  • FaZe GRVTY (Coach)

FaZe CS:GO

  • FaZe GuardiaN
  • FaZe AdreN
  • FaZe NiKo
  • FaZe olofmeister
  • FaZe Rain
  • FaZe Neo
  • FaZe Janko "YNk" Paunović (Coach)

FaZe Playerunknown's Battlegrounds

  • FaZe mxey (Captain)
  • FaZe aitzy
  • FaZe FuzzFace
  • FaZe Ubah
  • FaZe Larsan
  • FaZe Gustavqq

FaZe Rainbow Six Siege

  • FaZe Mav
  • FaZe Muringa
  • FaZe Astro
  • FaZe Cameram4n
  • FaZe gohaN
  • FaZe Twister (Coach)
  • FaZe Ion

FaZe Fifa

  • FaZe Tass

FaZe Fitness

  • FaZe Sensei  
  • FaZe JzpR
  • FaZe Censor

FaZe Studio

  • FaZe Nikan
  • FaZe Ali
  • FaZe Coan
  • FaZe Zaibot
  • FaZe JPEX
  • FaZe Reyes
  • FaZe Magic
  • FaZe ScottC 
  • FaZe MDC 
  • FaZe Nano

FaZe Fitness

FaZe Sensei along with FaZe JzpR and FaZe Censor launched FaZe Fitness on May 16, 2014, a channel to help break stereotypes, and prove that you can still be fit and play games.