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| Author Matt Pryor
FaZe Clan Signs Bizzle to their Fortnite Roster
FaZe Clan made one of its most ground-breaking free agent signings to date.
Timothy “Bizzle” Miller is one of the most decorated players in competitive Fortnite history. After spending nearly two years with Ghost Gaming dominating the world of Fortnite, he bid farewell to the organization and began looking for bigger and better opportunities. The 21-year-old NA East standout spent a mere two days on the free-agent market until one of esports’ most prominent organizations brought him onboard to compete under their banner.
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 pic.twitter.com/ZtIJHoM6iM
— FaZe Clan (@FaZeClan) April 6, 2020
Bizzle is the newest member of FaZe Clan after signing with the organization earlier today. The official FaZe Clan Twitter account made the announcement with a highlight package of Bizzle as he provided some background to both his gaming and Fortnite careers. Many players and fans across the Fortnite community recognize Bizzle as one of the best players of all time. His most notable accomplishment to date was his victory at the Secret Skirmish LAN event back in February of 2019. After staying silent on the free-agent market of late, FaZe Clan made their most significant splash of the year with this acquisition. Bizzle joins the likes of Kyle “Mongraal” Jackson, Danny “Dubs” Walsh and several others on their impressive Fortnite roster.
The Master of LAN
— Bizzle (@FaZeBizzle) April 6, 2020
FaZe Clan did their research and due diligence on Bizzle before bringing him on to the team. He’s remained one of the most consistent players in the world for the past two years. Bizzle began his career with exponential success in the Summer Skirmish and Fall Skirmish invite-only events early on in Fortnite. He played at the WSOE 3 LAN event with former duo partner Dylan “Dmo” Moore and took sixth place. Bizzle went on to win the Secret Skirmish and then had back-to-back fourth-place finishes at the ESL Katowice Royale LAN event. In July of 2019, Bizzle qualified for the Fortnite World Cup as a solo and achieved a 23rd place finish.
He’s managed several high placements in Solo Cash Cups, took second in the Chapter 2 Season 1 Fortnite Champion Series and most recently finished as a runner-up at the DreamHack Anaheim LAN event. Bizzle has earned almost $600K USD in prize winnings since embarking on his quest to be one of Fortnite’s best.
A Huge Win for FaZe Clan
Not many Fortnite players can rival Bizzle’s success offline, and he remains amongst the top of the elite, even in today’s meta. Joining FaZe Clan will elevate him to another level of recognition that will undoubtedly put more eyes on him. Bizzle is currently partnering with Davis “Ceice” MacClellan of 100 Thieves for the Duo Fortnite Champion Series. The two are presently one of the only NA East duos to qualify three times over three weeks for the FNCS Heats. FaZe Clan suits Bizzle well, and he’ll continue to flourish under their banner.
Featured Image: FaZe Clan