Priestahh

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Priestahh
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Background Information
NamePreston Greiner
Country of BirthUnited States United States
BirthdayJune 27, 1998 (age 20)
Residency
NA
 North America
Competitive
Team100 Thieveslogo std.png100 Thieves
FaZe Clanlogo std.pngFaZe Clan
RoleSMG Slayer
PSN IDPriestahh
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Team History
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EZG eSportslogo std.pngEZG eSports
??? 2015 - ??? 2015
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Royalty Esportslogo std.pngRoyalty Esports
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Relapsed eSportslogo std.pngRelapsed eSports
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BitterSweetlogo std.pngBitterSweet
Jun 2016 - Jan 2017
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Pnda Gaminglogo std.pngPnda Gaming
Feb 2017 - Feb 2017
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GosuCrew Bluelogo std.pngGosuCrew Blue
Feb 2017 - May 2017
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May 2017 - Aug 2017
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Cloud9logo std.pngCloud9
Nov 2017 - Present
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FaZe Clanlogo std.pngFaZe Clan
Jan 2019 - Present
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Preston "Priestahh" Greiner is a Flex Player for 100 Thieves on loan from FaZe Clan.

Biography

Black Ops 3

Not being 18 years old yet, Priestahh had to wait until towards the end of the game cycle to compete in CWL and MLG tournaments where he joined Pnda Gaming to team alongside Nelson, TuQuick, and FA5TBALLA. This team was performing decent online and at their first LAN event they battled through the open bracket at the MLG Orlando Open to a top 16 placement. The team then was able to qualify for CWL Champs in the online CWL NA Championship Qualifier. At the CWL Championship, the team failed to make it out of pool play and placed top 24.

Infinite Warfare

At the start of the year, Priestahh was still on Pnda Gaming with FA5TBALLA and new teammates Pemby and ProFeeZy. At the first event of the year they battled through the open bracket to a top 20 placement at the CWL Las Vegas Open. Seeking better placements, Priestahh joined the GosuCrew Blue alongside DraMa, Maux, and Xotic. This new team had some decent online placements and at the CWL Atlanta Open battled through the open bracket to a respectable top 12 placement. Despite the improvement, the team only finished with a disappointing top 36 at the CWL Paris Open. The team then went from the GosuCrew Blue to the Gosu Crew and ahead of the next event was sitting just outside of the required pro points to qualify for the CWL Pro League Stage 1. All they would need to do is place higher than Evil Geniuses at the CWL Dallas Open and the two teams actually had the rare chance to play against each other in the loser bracket for a spot in the league. In that match the Gosu Crew lost 1-3 and finished Dallas with a top 12 placement meaning they missed out on stage 1 of the pro league and the team promptly split up. Sitting outside of the league, Priestahh began to dominate the AM scene winning multiple MLG 2Ks on different teams and was able to showcase his talent online. These performances led to Priestahh getting picked up by Cloud9 to team alongside Aches, Assault, and former teammate Xotic. This new team saw immediate success by qualifying for Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League at the CWL Pro League Relegation and by placing fourth at the CWL Anaheim Open. However, in the CWL Pro League Stage 2, Cloud9 only placed top 12 after struggling in a tough pool with stage 2 champs OpTic Gaming and runners up Team Envy. At the CWL Championship, the team made it through pools, but got double first rounded en route to a top 16 placement.

World War II

Despite not making it far at CWL Champs, Priestahh's performance was good enough to land himself a spot on FaZe Clan alongside Crowder, Attach, and ZooMaa. The team started really slow online and this drew the ire of FaZe fans who became skeptical of the decision to pick up Priestahh. Due to poor performances online, FaZe Clan had to play in the open bracket at the CWL Dallas Open where they managed to blitz through the open bracket and make a long loser bracket run falling short in a game 5 against Splyce for a top 4 placement. This performance proved to many that the Priestahh pick up was not a mistake and that the fans may have been overreacting to online placements. The team then placed third in the CWL Northern Arena Showdown and then began to struggle placing only top 8 at the CWL New Orleans Open, top 12 at the CWL Atlanta Open, and then another top 12 at the CWL Birmingham Open. Despite those poor performances, FaZe Clan made a surprising loser bracket run in the playoffs at the CWL Pro League Stage 1 where they would go on to beat OpTic Gaming in memorable back to back game 5 series in the grand finals and win Stage 1 of the Pro League. This victory came as a surprise to many and people thought it could revitalize the team, but the team then placed a poor top 12 at the CWL Seattle Open. FaZe Clan then saw improvement placing top 6 at the CWL Anaheim Open and then another top 6 in the playoffs at the CWL Pro League Stage 2 where they won their first winners bracket match of the year as they were used to always having to make loser bracket runs. At the CWL Championship, FaZe Clan once again had to make a loser bracket run where they won five straight matches including wins over Team Envy and eUnited, but fell short to Team Kaliber and ended with an impressive third place finish.

Black Ops 4

Despite having a volatile year, FaZe Clan stuck together and added Methodz as their fifth. The team wasn't performing too well online and only placed top 16 at the CWL Las Vegas Open. After that disappointing performance, the team dropped Methodz for the young gun in Cellium ahead of the CWL Pro League Qualifier. At the qualifier, FaZe Clan struggled and failed to make it out of their pool. Then in the bracket they got upset by Excelerate Gaming and Overtime eSport and failed to make it into the CWL Pro League. The team struggled largely due to role issues as Priestahh was running an AR, when many thought he should have been running a SMG. Despite not making the league under FaZe Clan, Priestahh was picked up by a league team in 100 Thieves to run an SMG alongside Octane, Slasher, Kenny, and Enable. 100 Thieves had been under-performing, but after picking up Priestahh, the team began to play a lot better and went 5-2 topping their pool in the first two weeks of the CWL Pro League. The team had high expectations for CWL Fort Worth and after a three way 2-1 record tie in the pools, the team had to make an impressive loser bracket run and was looking very dominant, but after dropping a fifty bomb against Enigma6 Group in map 1 Priestahh got sick and threw up on stage during the snd. Fero had to step in as the substitute and the team still managed to finish off the Enigma6 Group series with a win, but fell to Team Reciprocity and ended with a fourth place finish.

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Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon BO4.png2019-06-16A11$ 125,000CWL2018logo small.png CWL Anaheim 2019100 Thieveslogo std.png100T
GameIcon BO4.png2019-05-05A11$ 125,000CWL2018logo small.png CWL London 2019100 Thieveslogo std.png100T
GameIcon BO4.png2019-03-17A44$ 25,000CWL2018logo small.png CWL Fort Worth 2019100 Thieveslogo std.png100T
GameIcon BO4.png2019-01-20B515 - 16CWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019 QualifierFaZe Clanlogo std.pngFaZe
GameIcon BO4.png2018-12-09B313 - 16CWL2018logo small.png CWL Las Vegas Open 2019FaZe Clanlogo std.pngFaZe

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