Jarvis Announces He’s Leaving FaZe Clan

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Jarvis Announces He’s Leaving FaZe Clan

Former FaZe Clan member Jarvis (pictured right) has decided not to rejoin the team.

English content creator Jarvis “Jarvis” Khattri has officially left FaZe Clan following an almost three-year stint with the organization. Jarvis joined his brother Frazier “Kay” Khattri on the North American esports and lifestyle brand back in 2019. He has since amassed nearly 5 million YouTube subscribers. While his time with FaZe Clan was not without controversy, Khattri became a staple.

Jarvis Leaves FaZe Clan

Most esports fans knew Khattri as a brimming young talent in the Fortnite scene. He had a solid foundation of support before joining FaZe—a decision that elevated his name to the next level. FaZe Jarvis was featured prominently in the organization’s main YouTube videos garnering millions of views.

Anyone outside of the Fortnite space might remember Khattri’s infamous video, wherein he installed hacks and entered a public match before Epic Games subsequently banned him for life. More recently, Khattri boxed TikTok dancer Michael Le, knocking him out in the second round.

The YouTube creator took to Twitter with a statement:

“I have officially left FaZe clan. I talk about why in my vid. All I will say rn is the last few years in FaZe clan have been some of the greatest of my life, meeting and experiencing things I never thought I would. This is not the end for me and FaZe Clan.”

The 20-year-old posted a 26-minute video on his YouTube channel three days ago, where he and his brother Frazier “Kay” Khattri reminisced about their time with FaZe. Kay was notably released from the organization following an alleged crypto scandal involving Jarvis and other FaZe members.

In the video, Khattri explains that he returned to FaZe Clan from suspension and had an offer to return. He ultimately felt that he could not join back without his brother. The former Fortnite content creator stated that FaZe is the only organization he’d consider joining, shooting down the likes of 100 Thieves and OpTic.

As for the future, Khattri said he plans to continue producing content independently and alongside his former FaZe Clan teammates. We’ll have to see whether he rejoins the organization at some point down the line.

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.