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FaZe Bizzle

FaZe Bizzle

FaZe Bizzle also known as Timothy ‘Bizzle’ Miller is a 21 year old who is considered one of the world's most experienced professional Fortnite LAN players. He is known as one of the most famous players and is highly ranked.[1]

Career

FaZe Bizzle began his career on Fortnite, courtesy of the Summer Skirmish and Fall Skirmish invite-only events. He won the Secret Skirmish and took consecutive fourth-place finishes at the ESL Katowice Royale LAN event.

He has been on the rise ever since and has clinched many high placements in Solo Cash Cups.

Other accolades include the Chapter 2 Season 1 Fortnite Champion Series runner-up, and the DreamHack Anaheim LAN event.

Indeed, not many Fortnite players can compete with Bizzle's popularity, and he's always regarded as one of the best.

Bizzle was part of Ghost Gaming before the team disbanded and he and Aydan left for greener pastures. [2]

Bizzle join FaZe Clan

FaZe Clan was on a massive recruitment spree (North America esports organization). They recently brought in Daniel Kang, also known as Swagg, and Bizzle is now the newest recruit.

Bizzle officially left Ghost Gaming on April 4 and was quickly picked up by FaZe Clan on Monday, who will squad up with fellow Fortnite pros Daniel “Dubs” Pal Walsh, Kolbe “Diggy” Cordon, and Noam “Megga” Ackenine. [6]

FaZe Bizzle confirmed the move on Twitter, and FaZe Clan tweeted:

“He’s on the shortlist for greatest Professional Fortnite players of all-time. Now he’s our newest signing. Join us in welcoming @FaZeBizzle to FaZe Clan! #FaZeUp”.[4]

FaZe Clan’s announcement video also detailed Bizzle’s impressive accomplishments as a Fortnite pro. FaZe Clan said that FaZe Bizzle is one of the most consistent pros in Fortnite history, with the most LAN match victories, alongside accumulating US $593,125 in total prize pool earnings.

FaZe Clan is still heavily invested in conquering the Fortnite competitive scene with their multiple squad lineups that also include Nate Hill, Trevor “Funk” Siegler, and Spencer “Bini” Cherubini.[3]

FaZe Bizzle Official Announcement of exiting Ghost Gaming

On Friday, FaZe Bizzle and Aydan “Aydan” Conrad both announced they were exiting Ghost Gaming.

FaZe Bizzle wrote on TwitLonger:

“ I have mutually parted ways with Ghost Gaming.

Ghost was my first org and the true start to my gaming career, from Pax West to Dreamhack they have been there for me and there are a lot of people I want to thank.

I also wish Ghost the best of luck on its next chapter.... [5]

“I am now a free agent, excited to represent my next organization.”

While Bizzle moved on quickly, it is unclear what lies next for Ghost Gaming.

Matt Dillon, the org’s Chief Executive Officer, told The Esports Observer on Saturday,

“There is a distinct possibility the organization will fold, however, we are looking at other options including a sale.”

According to The Esports Observer, Ghost Gaming, a three-year-old entity, has competed in Fortnite, Call of Duty, Counter-Strike:Global Offensive, Rocket League, Gears of War and Smite.

Players from Ghost Gaming’s Smite Pro League left the org on Friday to compete for Radiance.

Rocket League competitors Nick “mist” Costello and Massimo “Atomic” Franceschi will look for new teams when their Ghost Gaming contracts expire.

Liquipedia.net also reported that Braxton “Allushin” Lagarec was released by Ghost Gaming on Saturday.

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