FaZe Clan

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This article is about FaZe Clan, a Call of Duty team that competed from 2012-2019. For the Call of Duty League franchise team, see Atlanta FaZe.
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FaZe Clan
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Team Information
Org Location
United States
North America
SponsorScuf Gaming
HTC Gaming
Affiliated Team(s)Atlanta FaZe
Social Media & Links
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Current Roster
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FaZe Clan is an esports organisation based in the United States. They began as a YouTube sniping team before their first competitive roster in Modern Warfare 3 and have become one of the most iconic brands in Call of Duty esports. They are the most subscribed eSports organization on YouTube with over 6 million subscribers.


Modern Warfare 3[edit]

FaZe Clan first got into competitive by sponsoring a few of NAMELESS's teams at events during the MW3 season. The notably won The Iowa Pro Gaming Challenge 2012.

Black Ops II[edit]

Heist, Folsom, Secretly, and Sham join to compete at the MLG Winter Championship 2013.The team's expectations were unclear, however the team received significant support, thanks to the large fanbase already built up via YouTube. Their next roster to compete at the MLG Spring Championship was Heist, Methodz, Crowder, and MBoZe. The team didn't manage to win the event, yet finished a respectable 5th place, taking home $2,300 collectively. Despite this, the roster got a complete reshuffle going into UMG Atlanta, as only Crowder remained, to be joined by Slacked, Huhdle, and Spacely. This team struggled to gain any momentum, and dropped into the losers bracket of the tournament, following a loss to vVv Gaming in Round 4. Facing the tough task of going through the losers bracket to win the event, the team fell to Curse - finishing in a very disappointing 9th place. Despite this poor placing, the team decided to stick with the same roster going into the MLG PAX Prime Invitational. The team was able to make to the semifinals of the 8 team invitational, however were ultimately eliminated by the eventual runners-up, compLexity Gaming. To close out Black Ops 2, the team attended the 4 team MLG Fall Invitational. Again with the same roster, FaZe were unable to break the slump as they finished 4th place, winning no money from the tournament.


With the launch of the new game, Call of Duty: Ghosts, FaZe decided a change was necessary and replaced Slacked with Classic, a personal friend of Crowder. With the roster of Classic, Spacely, Huhdle, and Crowder , the team hoped to start the new season with a strong showing at the MLG Fall Championship 2013. The team massively under performed and placed Top 24 - the worst placement in the team's history. Following the disappointing result, FaZe announced they would be making another major roster change. The team released Spacely and Huhdle, and replaced them with JKap and Methodz. JKap was regarded as one of the better Assault Rifle players in the game, and Methodz was on the inaugural roster from Black Ops 2. Going into UMG Philadelphia 2014, the team looked for redemption but were drawn a tough bracket and lost to both Grand Finalists, compLexity Gaming and Team Kaliber, landing them a 7th place finish. Following this event, the Call of Duty Championship 2014 was announced and it was revealed that all players had to be at least 18 years old to compete. Because of this, the team had no choice but to release Methodz. His replacement NAMELESS, was quickly swapped out for ProoFy following rostermania. They placed Top 4 at the Call of Duty Championship 2014 US Regional Final and made it to the main event. In group play at Champs, team was upset by Australian team Trident T1 Dotters, 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 to set up a match with another Australian team, Team Immunity. They avoided another upset by defeating them 3-0, then beating out one of the top European teams, Epsilon Esports, by 3-1. Once again, FaZe were now faced tournament favorites compLexity. FaZe were unable to overcome their rivals, losing 3-1. The team still had a chance to win the event through the losers bracket, but lost their next match against Strictly Business 3-0. The team finished 6th place and walked away with $50,000. After the event, the organization decided to make some major roster adjustments. They announced ProoFy would be taking his own team with the creation of FaZe Black, Theory filling his spot on the previous team which would now be known as FaZe Red. To complete the FaZe Black roster, ProoFy was joined by 2 members of the previous team, Censor and Saints, along with FormaL joining from Team KaLiBeR. Upon creation, the team was labelled a "God Squad", and possibly the team capable of dethroning the dynastic compLexity.

Following the MLG Anaheim 2014 International Playoffs. FaZe merged back into one team with Censor, Apathy, Dedo, and Parasite as the roster. They won their very first online 2K tournament and then placed Top 3 at both AEL Dallas 2014 and Gfinity 3. Things were all looking good but the team struggled at UMG Dallas 2014 and placed Top 12. Dedo left the team to join Evil Geniuses with a disgruntled Karma coming the other direction on loan. The change would yield immediate success as the team won UMG Nashville 2014 by winning two best of fives in game five against Denial Esports in the Grand Finals. They squad was looking to end the year on a repeat victory but were quickly double first rounded at the MLG Season 3 Playoffs.

Advanced Warfare[edit]

As yet another rostermania went down, FaZe were a part of the action. With Karma only on a loan contract and Parasite also departing in an attempt to re-form Impact, Censor and Apathy were joined by ACHES and SlasheR. They attended MLG Columbus Open 2014 in search of a championship. FaZe started well, going 3-1 in their pool to advance into the winners bracket. However, on Saturday night disaster struck, as ACHES cut his hand severely, requiring overnight hospital attention. However, even with stitches in his hand ACHES was determined to continue his streak of winning the first event of every new CoD title. But their chances were all but diminished, after ACHES appeared to struggle as they were swept 3-0 by Prophecy, dropping them into the losers bracket. However, they bounced back incredibly, beating Denial Esports, Team Kaliber and winning the rematch against Prophecy, making it to the grand finals to face OpTic Gaming where they would win two best of fives to take the Championship over the newly formed God Squad. FaZe looked to take this momentum into UMG Orlando 2015, but doubts were beginning to emerge before the event due to the team's constant arguing in practice. FaZe finished 1-3 in their pool and fell to Team Envy early in the Losers Bracket to finish Top 16. About halfway through the MLG Season 1, Censor stepped down as captain, with the title handed over to ACHES. Soon after, ACHES decided to trade Huke (substitute), Censor and Apathy, for Parasite from Prophecy, and Enable and Faccento from Team JusTus. Following a fourth place finish at the MLG Season 1 Playoffs, Faze once again split into FaZe Red and FaZe Black.

SlasheR, Enable, ZooMaa, and Huke joined new single FaZe Clan roster. They placed second at UMG California 2015, MLG Season 2 Playoffs and in nearly every major online tournament they entered but FaZe wanted to win. So they traded Huke and SlasheR to World Champions Denial Esports for Attach and Clayster. This would be the last roster change for FaZe Clan for nearly two years due to the immediate success the team saw. They won three of the final five events of the year, UMG Dallas 2015, the Gfinity Summer Championship, and the MLG Season 3 Playoffs, with decent Top 8 and Top 6 placings at the other two, UMG Washington DC 2015 and the MLG World Finals 2015.

Black Ops 3[edit]

FaZe retained their roster going into the Black Ops 3 season, and were invited to the Totino's Invitational. FaZe fell short to Team Kaliber in the first round, losing 2-0, eliminating them from the tournament with a 5th-8th finish. Unfortunately, this set a precedent for the rest of Black Ops 3 for FaZe. Next, they were invited to the Invitational CWL Stage 1 Qualifier. Placed in group A, alongside compLexity Gaming, Happy Hour, and the former OpTic Nation roster, now simply known as Nation. FaZe won both their matches against Happy Hour and compLexity, granting them a spot in the upcoming CWL Stage 1 NA Online League. Mid-way through Stage 1, FaZe attended UMG South Carolina 2016, where they lost to a determined Team Liquid in the quarterfinals of the single elimination bracket, giving FaZe another disappointing Top 8 finish. FaZe completed Stage 1 with a 15-7 record, securing the #3 seed for the Stage 1 Playoffs. In the first round, they came up against compLexity yet again, sweeping them 4-0. However, FaZe’s victory was short lived, after their match up against a strong Rise Nation, where they lost 4-0, placing 3rd-4th. The FaZe Clan then traveled to Paris to compete at ESWC 2016. They finished the group stage with a flawless record, sweeping PuLse Gaming and Exertus eSports for a spot in the playoffs. However, as they had experienced numerously already throughout the season, they fell short in the first round, losing 0-3 against an strong Splyce roster and finished Top 8. At MLG Anaheim Open 2016, FaZe exited pool play with a disappointing 1-2 record, sending them to the losers bracket, There they defeated Echo Fox 3-1, reverse swept two of the best EU teams at the time, Splyce and Infused, but then lost 3-1 to Rise Nation for a fourth place finish.

FaZe completed the controversial Stage 2 with a 13-9 record, securing the third seed to face Dream Team at the Stage 2 Playoffs. However, FaZe yet again disappointed, losing to Dream Team in Game 7, for another Top 8 finish. At MLG Orlando Open 2016 FaZe finished pool play with another flawless 3-0 record. However, recent history was to repeat itself, as they were beaten into the losers bracket, where they progressed until facing the in form Team EnVyUs, taking yet another fourth place finish. FaZe performed excellently in the Call of Duty World League Championship 2016 pool play, not dropping a single map going into the winners bracket. Their performances continued in bracket play, defeating Team Infused 3-0 in the first round. The team had high expectations going into Day 3, however they were sent into the losers bracket, again by eventual winners EnVyUs. FaZe beat Millenium but then were defeated in their rematch against Splyce in losers round 3. FaZe finished the championship event Top 8, consistent with their performances throughout the season.

Infinite Warfare[edit]

FaZe started the Infinite Warfare season well by winning the PlayStation Experience Invitational although the event was not attended by either OpTic Gaming nor 2016 champs EnVyUs. Regardless, FaZe had shown they were comfortable with the new Call of Duty title, and their outlook for the season looked bright. At the first major event of the year, CWL Las Vegas, the team performed well again, beating OpTic and Splyce 3-1, to reach the the semi-final against Rise Nation. FaZe lost the match 3-1, placing them in losers bracket. They eventually fell to Cloud 9 3-2 in a close match, and ending up third. regressed going into CWL Atlanta and placed Top 6 after losing to OpTic Gaming for the first time at a LAN event since Advanced Warfare. The team fared better at CWL Paris, reaching the final where they again faced OpTic. The match got off to a false start, with technical issues forcing a stop to the first Hardpoint, while FaZe were up 42-13. However after the restart, OpTic won the match with a convincing 3-0 scoreline, consigning FaZe to 2nd place. At CWL Dallas, labelled as potential favorites to win among OpTic Gaming and eUnited. They performed to this expectation, facing off against OpTic Gaming in the Winners Final, sending eUnited to the Loser’s Bracket along the way. This series marked the first time the current OpTic Gaming squad defeated the then-current FaZe roster on LAN, with a 3-0 blowout. FaZe once again met eUnited, this time in the Loser’s Final, where they lost 3-1 to take home 3rd place. The end of CWL Dallas marked the beginning of the Global Pro League.

In Stage 1, FaZe were placed into Group Blue, alongside FNATIC, Rise Nation, and underdogs Evil Geniuses. Following a close series against Rise Nation, FaZe barely managed to qualify for Stage 1 Playoffs. Their first matchup would be none other than OpTic Gaming. FaZe managed to upset the Green Wall, winning the series 3-1. FaZe continued their way through the bracket, however would place 3rd in Playoffs, losing to Splyce 3-1 in the Winners bracket and Luminosity 3-1 in the Losers bracket. The team met internal struggles before CWL Anaheim. Clayster, knowing that he was being forced out of FaZe, then played and won the MLG GameBattles 2000 Series NA 2017-06-04 with eUnited players SiLLY, Arcitys, and Prestinni under fake names. Clayster competed at Anaheim under FaZe, but the team placed Top 16. Following the event, FaZe traded Clayster to eUnited for one of the best players in the world, Gunless, who refused to play at Anaheim because of contractual disputes. FaZe finished Top 6 at the GPL Stage 2 and then looked to potentially win the Call of Duty World League Championship 2017. They made it out of their group on tiebreakers as they finished 2-1 alongside Team Allegiance and Red Reserve. After winning the first two round of winners bracket, they were swept by tournament favorites OpTic Gaming and then were bounced by Rise Nation in losers. They finished Top 6, the same place as Clayster did with eUnited.

World War II[edit]

With Enable and Gunless leaving to join Evil Geniuses and Echo Fox respectively in the off season, FaZe were in need of two more players. FaZe finally confirmed one of the worst kept secrets in Call of Duty on November 2, 2017, by announcing that Priestahh and Crowder would be joining the team. The immediate fan reaction was negative as many were not familiar with Priestahh and man thought that Crowder didnt have it in him anymore after coaching FaZe for the past year. FaZe did not placed Top 32 in all four of the pre CWL Dallas 2Ks. Doubters were immediately silenced as they stormed through the Open Bracket, finished third in their group, and then went through five rounds of the Championship Losers Bracket before falling to Splyce 3-2 and ending up in fourth place, the best finish for an Open Bracket team since Enigma6 Group's third place finish at UMG California 2015. They then attended the CWL Northern Arena Showdown and finished third place. In the final event before the Pro League Points were locked, FaZe finished Top 8 at CWL New Orleans to qualify for Stage 1. Their season would slow down significantly as they only managed a Top 12 finish at CWL Atlanta and CWL Birmingham. Despite these poor results, FaZe Clan finished at the top of Division B of the Pro League and this Pro League form would continue at the Playoffs. The team would lose in Winners Round 1 to two time WWII Champions Team Kaliber but would then win four straight series, including three 3-2 wins, to send them to the Grand Final against OpTic Gaming in what would be one of the best series of the entire season. FaZe would win both series 3-2 and claim the Season 1 Championship and FaZe Clan's first major victory in nearly three years. That high would fade quickly as FaZe dropped back down into the pack for most of the remainder of the season. Another Top 12 finish at SEAttle and a Top 6 finish at CWL Anaheim would lead into the Stage 2 Playoffs. FaZe barely qualified in the final week by jumping ahead of Evil Geniuses by beating them, Echo Fox and Team Kaliber. They would beat OpTic Gaming in Winners Round 1 but then Team Kaliber and Red Reserve would knock them out at Top 6. At the final event of the year, there were about 6-7 teams that had a good chance at winning the Call of Duty World League Championship 2018. FaZe was one of them and topped their group of compLexity Gaming, Enigma6 Group, and Morituri eSports with a 3-0 record. Team Envy would drop them into the Losers Bracket immediately but would make another incredible losers run as they defeated five teams before getting knocked out in the Losers Final by Team Kaliber and finishing third.

Black Ops 4[edit]

With a strong finish to the WWII season, FaZe Clan decided the only change that they would be making was picking up Methodz to fill out their roster with the switch to 5v5. The team once again started slow by placing poorly in the first few months of online play. Everyone expected them to turn it around at the first event of the year, CWL Las Vegas, just like last season, but FaZe went 2-2 in their relatively easy pool of Lightning Pandas, Str8 Rippin, Mazer Gaming, and Team Envy before being knocked out in their first losers match to Team Reciprocity with a Top 16 finish. It was, however, good enough for now as they qualified for the Pro League Qualifier. Methodz was swapped out for up and coming player Cellium, who had just turned 18, from FC Black. At the qualifier, they would defeat their academy team, FC Black, in the first match but then lose three straight matches to put them on the brink of not even making it to the final qualifying bracket. But they did clutch up and win the final two matches to escape with a 3-3 record. Excelerate Gaming beat them in the Winners Bracket 3-2 and sent them to the Losers Bracket with their last chance at making the Pro League. FaZe defeated Tainted Minds but were then upset by the French team Overtime eSport to fail to qualify for the Pro League for the first time. Following the massive failure, Crowder and Priestahh left on loan to join 100 Thieves for the season and Attach left to Evil Geniuses on loan. Cellium would leave to join FC Black but would return when FaZe announced on April 20, 2019, that they had purchased Red Reserve's CWL Pro League spot and signed Skrapz and Zer0 from Red Reserve along with bringing over Asim from FC Black.


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  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020

Player Roster[edit]


C ID Name Role Joined


C ID Name Role

Out On Loan[edit]

C ID Name Role Loaned To Duration
Attach Dillon Price 77Flex Evil Geniuseslogo std.pngEvil Geniuses Mar 2019 - Aug 2019
Crowder James Crowder 80Support SMG 100 Thieveslogo std.png100 Thieves Jan 2019 - Aug 2019
Priestahh Preston Greiner 72Main AR 100 Thieveslogo std.png100 Thieves Jan 2019 - Aug 2019

Temporary Subs[edit]

C ID Name Role Replacing Tournament
Saint Brian Baroska 65Support Saints UGC Niagara 2014


C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
GRVTY Thomas Malin 11Player Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngAtlanta FaZe 2019-04-222019-04-22 2019-12-052019-12-05
Priestahh Preston Greiner 72Main AR Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngAtlanta FaZe 2017-11-022017-11-02 2019-10-262019-10-26
Cellium McArthur Jovel 77Flex Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngAtlanta FaZe 2019-04-202019-04-20 2019-10-262019-10-26
Attach Dillon Price 77Flex New York Sublinerslogo std.pngNew York Subliners 2015-06-162015-06-16 2019-09-272019-09-27
Asim Obaid Asim 69SMG Player Minnesota RØKKRlogo std.pngMinnesota RØKKR 2019-04-202019-04-20 2019-10-242019-10-24
Phantomz Timothy Landis 11Player Paris Legionlogo std.pngParis Legion 2019-04-222019-04-22 2019-10-032019-10-03
Attach Dillon Price 77Flex New York Sublinerslogo std.pngNew York Subliners 2015-06-162015-06-16 2019-09-272019-09-27
Zer0 Trei Morris 68AR Player New York Sublinerslogo std.pngNew York Subliners 2019-04-202019-04-20 2019-09-272019-09-27
ZooMaa Thomas Paparatto 69SMG Player New York Sublinerslogo std.pngNew York Subliners 2015-04-072015-04-07 2019-09-252019-09-25
Crowder James Crowder 11Player Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngAtlanta FaZe 2017-11-022017-11-02 2019-09-222019-09-22
Skrapz Matthew Marshall 77Flex London Royal Ravenslogo std.pngLondon Royal Ravens 2019-04-202019-04-20 2019-09-202019-09-20
GRVTY Thomas Malin 26Substitute Sage eSportslogo std.pngSage eSports 2019-04-222019-04-22 2019-07-212019-07-21
Cellium McArthur Jovel 11Player FC Blacklogo std.pngFC Black 2018-12-222018-12-22 2019-03-142019-03-14
Methodz Anthony Zinni 77Flex G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esports 2018-10-082018-10-08 2018-12-212018-12-21
Gunless Peirce Hillman 75Objective Echo Foxlogo std.pngEcho Fox 2017-06-242017-06-24 2017-10-252017-10-25
Enable Ian Wyatt 62AR Slayer Evil Geniuseslogo std.pngEvil Geniuses 2015-04-072015-04-07 2017-09-212017-09-21
Clayster James Eubanks 62AR Slayer EUnitedlogo std.pngeUnited 2015-06-152015-06-15 2017-06-242017-06-24
Huke Cuyler Garland 64SMG Slayer Denial Esportslogo std.pngDenial Esports 2015-04-072015-04-07 2015-06-152015-06-15
SlasheR Austin Liddicoat 62AR Slayer Denial Esportslogo std.pngDenial Esports 2015-04-072015-04-07 2015-06-152015-06-15
Parasite Chris Duarte 75Objective FaZe Redlogo std.pngFaZe Red 2015-01-212015-01-21 2015-02-012015-02-01
Enable Ian Wyatt 62AR Slayer FaZe Redlogo std.pngFaZe Red 2015-01-212015-01-21 2015-02-012015-02-01
SlasheR Austin Liddicoat 62AR Slayer FaZe Redlogo std.pngFaZe Red 2014-11-172014-11-17 2015-02-012015-02-01
ACHES Patrick Price 65Support FaZe Redlogo std.pngFaZe Red 2014-11-142014-11-14 2015-02-012015-02-01
Apathy Bryan Zhelyazkov 64SMG Slayer Team JusTuslogo std.pngTeam JusTus 2014-06-242014-06-24 2015-01-212015-01-21
Censor Doug Martin 75Objective Team JusTuslogo std.pngTeam JusTus 2014-06-232014-06-23 2015-01-212015-01-21
Karma Damon Barlow 61Slayer OpTic Nationlogo std.pngOpTic Nation 2014-09-052014-09-05 2014-10-302014-10-30
Parasite Chris Duarte 75Objective Team JusTuslogo std.pngTeam JusTus 2014-06-232014-06-23 2014-10-262014-10-26
Dedo Kenneth Dedo 61Slayer Evil Geniuseslogo std.pngEvil Geniuses 2014-06-232014-06-23 2014-09-052014-09-05
ProoFy Jordan Cannon 61Slayer FaZe Blacklogo std.pngFaZe Black 2014-01-232014-01-23 2014-04-052014-04-05
JKap Jordan Kaplan 65Support FaZe Redlogo std.pngFaZe Red 2013-12-122013-12-12 2014-04-052014-04-05
Classic Nick DiCostanzo 65Support FaZe Redlogo std.pngFaZe Red 2013-10-232013-10-23 2014-04-052014-04-05
Crowder Chris Crowder 75Objective FaZe Redlogo std.pngFaZe Red 2013-05-242013-05-24 2014-04-052014-04-05
NAMELESS Anthony Wheeler 11Player
2014-01-152014-01-15 2014-01-232014-01-23
MBoZe Marcus Blanks 11Player
2014-01-092014-01-09 2014-01-132014-01-13
Methodz Anthony Zinni 75Objective Team Curselogo std.pngCurse Youth 2013-12-122013-12-12 2014-01-082014-01-08
Spacely Michael Schmale 61Slayer JuKeDlogo std.pngJuKeD 2013-07-042013-07-04 2013-11-282013-11-28
Huhdle Joshua Piha 61Slayer Fearless Under Firelogo std.pngFearless Under Fire 2013-07-042013-07-04 2013-11-282013-11-28
Slacked Josiah Berry 61Slayer Elgato SoaRlogo std.pngSoaR Gaming 2013-07-042013-07-04 2013-10-232013-10-23
Methodz Anthony Zinni 75Objective Elgato SoaRlogo std.pngSoaR Gaming 2013-05-242013-05-24 2013-07-042013-07-04
MBoZe Marcus Blanks 65Support 8-12 UNiTElogo std.pngUNiTE Gaming 2013-05-242013-05-24 2013-07-042013-07-04
Heist Garrett Mercure 65Support Elgato SoaRlogo std.pngSoaR Gaming 2013-01-302013-01-30 2013-07-042013-07-04
Sham 11Player Logo std.pngQuatro 2013-01-302013-01-30 2013-04-262013-04-26
Folsom Freddy Gerard 11Player Logo std.pngQuatro 2013-01-302013-01-30 2013-04-222013-04-22
Secretly 11Player Retiredlogo std.pngRetired 2013-01-302013-01-30 2013-04-192013-04-19
PHiZZURP Phillip Klemenov 11Player
2012-12-062012-12-06 2013-01-292013-01-29
TwiZz Eric Servello 11Player
2012-12-062012-12-06 2013-01-292013-01-29
NAMELESS Anthony Wheeler 65Support Quantic Gaminglogo std.pngQuantic Gaming 2012-10-152012-10-15 2013-01-292013-01-29
LyaR Ray Loftus 61Slayer Quantic Gaminglogo std.pngQuantic Gaming 2012-10-152012-10-15 2013-01-292013-01-29
Dedo Kenneth Dedo 61Slayer IcoNs Blacklogo std.pngIcoNs Black 2012-10-222012-10-22 2012-12-062012-12-06
Parasite Chris Duarte 75Objective RoughNeXlogo std.pngRoughNeX 2012-10-222012-10-22 2012-12-032012-12-03
Proshot 11Player Retiredlogo std.pngRetired 2012-042012-04 2012-062012-06
SNOWHARE James Wagner 11Player JuKeDlogo std.pngJuKeD 2012-032012-03 2012-062012-06
Solo Michael Lim 65Support Twisted Methodlogo std.pngTwisted Method 2012-032012-03 2012-062012-06
NAMELESS Anthony Wheeler 65Support Team Obeylogo std.pngTeam Obey 2011-112011-11 2012-062012-06
Ricky Richard Stacy 75Objective ApeX eSports NAlogo std.pngapeX eSports NA 2012-032012-03 2012-042012-04



C ID Name Position
Temperrr Thomas Oliveira Owner
Apex Yousef Abdelfattah Owner
Banks Richard Bengtson Owner
Rain Nordan Shat Owner


C ID Name Position Next Team
Easy Mac Austin O'Neil 80Analyst Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngAtlanta FaZe
RJ Richard Simoncelli 80Head Coach Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngAtlanta FaZe
Crowder James Crowder 80Head Coach Echo Foxlogo std.pngEcho Fox
Censor Doug Martin 80Streamer New York Sublinerslogo std.pngNew York Subliners
Ben Nissim Manager Esports Enginelogo std.pngEsports Engine

Team Achievements[edit]

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameIcon BO4.png2019-08-18B313 - 16$ 25,000 Call of Duty World League Championship 2019 ZooMaa •   Cellium •   Asim •   Skrapz •   Zer0
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-21A33$ 200,000 CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs ZooMaa •   Cellium •   Asim •   Skrapz •   Zer0
GameIcon BO4.png2019-07-05A55 - 6$ 76,875 CWL Pro League 2019 ZooMaa •   Cellium •   Asim •   Skrapz •   Zer0
GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-16A44$ 25,000 CWL Anaheim 2019 ZooMaa •   Cellium •   Asim •   Skrapz •   Zer0
GameIcon BO4.png2019-05-17A55$ 1,500 CWL Blackout After Dark 2019-05-17 Asim •   RJ •   ZooMaa •   Zer0


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  • 2019
  • 2020




External links[edit]


  1. FaZe NameLeSs's Tweet twitter.com
  2. Update and Announcement! THE SQUAD IS BACK! youtube.com
  3. FaZe NameLeSs's Tweet twitter.com
  4. FaZe NameLeSs's Tweet twitter.com
  5. FaZe NameLeSs's Tweet twitter.com
  6. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  7. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  8. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  9. FaZe ShamRoKz's Tweet twitter.com
  10. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  11. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  12. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  13. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  14. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  15. FaZe Huhdle's Tweet twitter.com
  16. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  17. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  18. EsportsNation's Tweet twitter.com
  19. Esports Nation's Tweet twitter.com
  20. Esports Nation's Tweet twitter.com
  21. Esports Nation's Tweet twitter.com
  22. Esports Nation's Tweet twitter.com
  23. Esports Nation's Tweet twitter.com
  24. FaZe NameLeSs's Tweet twitter.com
  25. FaZe ProoF's Tweet twitter.com
  26. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  27. FaZe Censor's Tweet twitter.com
  28. FaZe Censor's Post instagram.com
  29. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  30. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  31. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  32. MLG AW CoD League: Rosters and Substitutes esportsnation.com
  33. FaZe Makes Roster Changes youtube.com
  34. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  35. Final two members of CoD Championship winners leave team, join FaZe dotesports.com
  36. Welcome home, ReeP. facebook.com
  37. FaZe Clan Roster News: Gunless facebook.com
  38. Replays returns from retirement, joins Echo Fox for the $1.5 million Call of Duty World League Championship dotesports.com
  39. Transfer News: Enable facebook.com
  40. Echo Fox's Post facebook.com
  41. Priest and Replays join FaZe Clan for Call of Duty: WWII dotesports.com
  42. SteelSeries' Tweet twitter.com
  43. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  44. Pamaj's Tweet twitter.com
  45. G2 Esports' Post g2esports.com
  46. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  47. 100 Thieves' Tweet twitter.com
  48. 100 Thieves' Tweet twitter.com
  49. OpTic Gaming's Reddit reddit.com
  50. Evil Geniuses' Post facebook.com
  51. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  52. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  53. FaZe Clan's Tweet twitter.com
  54. FaZe Update's Tweet twitter.com
  55. EG's Facebook Post facebook.com
  56. UYU's Tweet twitter.com
  57. Sage eSports' Tweet twitter.com
  58. Easy Mac's Tweet twitter.com
  59. Attach's Tweet twitter.com
  60. GRVTY's Tweet twitter.com
  61. Phantomz' Tweet twitter.com
  62. INTELCallofDuty's Tweet twitter.com
  63. 100 Thieves' Tweet twitter.com
  64. LondonCOD's Tweet twitter.com
  65. ATLCoD's Tweet twitter.com
  66. ATLCoD's Tweet twitter.com
  67. NYC's Tweet twitter.com
  68. CWL ATL's Tweet twitter.com
  69. NYC's Tweet twitter.com
  70. NYC's Tweet twitter.com
  71. COD Paris' Tweet twitter.com
  72. LEAVING FAZE... youtube.com
  73. COD MN's Tweet twitter.com
  74. Atlanta FaZe's Tweet - Roster Announcement twitter.com
  75. Ben Nissim's Tweet twitter.com
  76. Atlanta FaZe's Tweet twitter.com
  77. Introducing FaZe Swagg youtube.com