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FC Black is the academy team for FaZe Clan.
Black Ops 4
FaZe Clan announced their first Call of Duty academy roster on December 6, 2019, just days before the CWL Las Vegas Open 2019. The team, consisting of Asim, Phantomz, GRVTY, Mosh, and Tisch had won the most recent online 2K and looked to be the top upcoming squad for the Black Ops 4 season. They got out of the Open Bracket at Vegas but then lost to Mindfreak 3-1 in the first round of the Championship Bracket. This Top 24 placement was enough to qualify for the important CWL Pro League Qualifier. They went 3-3 in their group at the Qualifier and barely managed to make it into the final qualifying bracket. In the first round, they would have to face Mindfreak again and they would lose again. Dropped into the losers bracket, the team lost to Overtime eSport who also knocked out Faze Clan in the next round. Following the failure to qualify, Mosh and Tisch left the team and they were replaced by Cellium, from the main FaZe Clan roster, and Simp, on loan from eUnited. The team dominated the CWL Fort Worth Open 2019 by only dropping 4 maps and topped it off by beating Mindfreak in the Winners Final and Grand Final. Simp returned to eUnited after the event and ZooMaa joined as a substitute for the WorldGaming Network Championship Series 2019 Grand Finals. They made it to the final but lost in map 5 to the all-star Pro League pickup team of Yerr. Following FaZe Clan's purchase of Red Reserve's Pro League spot, Cellium, Asim, and ZooMaa all joined the main FaZe roster.
- February 6, Mosh leaves.
- February 10, Tisch leaves.
- March 14, Cellium joins. Simp is loaned from eUnited.
- March 19, Simp's loan from eUnited ends.
- March 25, ZooMaa joins as temporary substitute for WorldGaming Network Championship Series 2019 Grand Finals.
- April 8, ZooMaa (temporary substitute) leaves.
- April 20, Asim, Cellium, and RJ (Head Coach) leave.
- April 22, GRVTY and Phantomz leave for main roster.
- No members found.
Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.
|GRVTY||Thomas Malin||Player||Dec 20182018-12-06||Apr 20192019-04-22||FaZe|
|Phantomz||Timothy Landis||Player||Dec 20182018-12-06||Apr 20192019-04-22||FaZe|
|Cellium||McArthur Jovel||Player||Mar 20192019-03-14||Apr 20192019-04-20||FaZe|
|Asim||Obaid Asim||Player||Dec 20182018-12-06||Apr 20192019-04-20||FaZe|
|ZooMaa||Thomas Paparatto||Player |
|Mar 20192019-03-25||Apr 20192019-04-08||NY|
|Simp||Chris Lehr||Player |
|Mar 20192019-03-14||Mar 20192019-03-19||ATL|
|Tisch||Paul Tischler||Player||Dec 20182018-12-06||Feb 20192019-02-10||GTG|
|Mosh||Tanner Clark||Player||Dec 20182018-12-06||Feb 20192019-02-06||GTG|
|RJ||Richard Simoncelli||Head Coach||FaZe Clan|
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-04-07||2||C$ 10,000||WorldGaming Network Championship Series 2019 Grand Finals|| Asim • GRVTY • Phantomz • Cellium • ZooMaa • |
|2019-03-17||1||$ 15,000||CWL Fort Worth Open 2019|| Asim • Phantomz • GRVTY • Simp • Cellium • |
|2018-12-09||21 - 24||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||Asim • Phantomz • GRVTY • Mosh • Tisch|