Compared to other esports teams, FaZe Clan was far from commonplace. Its YouTube content was more about entertaining its fans than showcasing its players' prowess at tournaments. This aspect massively boosted its social media following. In 2012, the FaZe Clan YouTube channel hit 1M subscribers. As of writing, it has garnered 7.69M more subscribers and 1,141,865,761 views.
Today, FaZe Clan is home to over 90 eSport athletes. They are all exceptionally talented at playing various video games and creating top-tier gaming content.
Check out this comprehensive breakdown of FaZe Clan's current active roster based on some of the titles these gamers play:
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- rain (Norway), broky (Latvia), Twistzz (Canada), ropz (Estonia), karrigan (Denmark), olofmeister (Sweden), RobbaN (Sweden) - Head Coach, innersh1ne (Russia) - Assistant Coach
Fortnite Battle Royale
- Megga (US), Nate Hill (US), Dubs (US), Bizzle (US), Mongraal (UK), Martoz (Netherlands), Cented (Canada)
- babybay (US), supamen (US), POACH (US), dicey (US), POISED (Canada), jdm (US) - Head Coach, zecK (US) - Assistant Coach
Rainbow Six Siege
- cameram4n (Brazil), soulz (Brazil), Bullet1 (Brazil), Astro (Brazil), cyb3r (Brazil), Ramalho (Brazil) - Head Coach
- Allushin (Canada), AYYJAYY (US), Firstkiller (US), Moopy (US) - Head Coach
PUBG: Battlegrounds (PC)
- Aitzy (Russia), D1gg3r1 (Finland), Fexx (Britain), Gustav (Denmark), Didz (Canada) - Head Coach
PUBG: Battlegrounds (Mobile)
- Vintorez (Thailand), Korpaii (Thailand), sOup77 (Thailand), TonyK (Thailand), BulShark (Thailand), MR5 (Thailand), MaFia (Thailand) - Head Coach
- Tass (UK), Jas (UK)
- Michael04 (Thailand), TDKeane (Thailand), JubJub (Thailand)
Sometimes, FaZe Clan may bring in one or two exceptionally skilled players as substitutes to fill out their rosters if specific team members are unavailable to participate in major esport events. This could be for various reasons, such as visa complications and suspensions.