FaZe Black

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[[Category:USA United States]]

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FaZe Black
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Team Information
Location: USA United States
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Sponsor(s): Scuf
GFuel
Astro
DXRacer
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Organization
Organization: FaZe Clan
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Sister Teams (Current): FaZe Clan
Sister Teams (Former): FaZe France
FaZe Red
History
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Disbanded: 2015
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[[Category:Unrecognised Country|USA United States]]

FaZe Black disband for a second time following the 2015 Call of Duty Championship.

History

FaZe Black was initially formed after the Call of Duty Championship 2014 after ProoFy was given his own team after leaving the main FaZe roster. ProoFy was to be the captain of the team and he picked up Saints, FormaL and Censor to make up the remainder of the team. They were called a 'God Squad' and were predicted to be a team that would be able to take down compLexity. However, after MBoZe left the OpTic Gaming team, ProoFy left FaZe Black to join OpTic Gaming. As a result, Censor became captain of the team and picked up Dedo, who had teamed with Censor and Saints under Strictly Business. The team's first event was UGC Niagara 2014 where they finished in 5th place, taking home $1,000. Sadly, Saints wasn't able to make it to the event, using Saint as a substitute. Going into one of the biggest events of the year, MLG X Games Invitational 2014, the team failed to accumulate enough pro points and they were not one of the eight teams to attend the event. After finishing Season 2 of the MLG Pro League in 4th place, they earned themselves the #4 going into MLG Anaheim 2014. At the event, they took out Team Curse AU 3-0 and advanced to play Evil Geniuses in the Winner's Bracket semi-final. They lost the match 3-0 and fell to the Loser's Bracket. There, they faced TCM Gaming but were eliminated from the tournament after falling to a 3-2 loss. Following the event, the FaZe Black became the only roster for the FaZe Clan organization after the entire FaZe Red roster was dropped.

With the 2015 Call of Duty Championship around the corner, FaZe Clan decided it was time once again to split into two team. The new FaZe Black roster would feature Censor, Apathy, ProoFy, and StuDyy. FaZe Black would easily pass through the online qualifiers to find themselves at the Call of Duty Championship NA Regional Finals 2015. Where they would place 7-8th after forfeiting their final match to OpTic Nation. FaZe Black would start off with a strong performance at the Call of Duty Championship 2015 finishing 3-0 in Group G. But they would end up under performing in bracket play losing 2-3 to Strictly Business and 2-3 in Loser's Bracket to Team Orbit. Finishing with a disappointing 13-16th placement. Censor, Apathy, ProoFy, and StuDyy decided it was time to go there separate way. FaZe Black would disband again for the second time, leaving only FaZe Red.

Player Roster

Temporary Subs

Alias Name Role Replacing Tournament
USA Saint Brian Baroska Template:RoleSortNumber Support United States Saints UGC Niagara 2014

Former

Alias Name Role Next Team
USA Dedo Kenneth Dedo Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer FaZelogo std.png FaZe Clan
USA FormaL Matthew Piper Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs
USA Saints Renato Forza Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer DNLlogo std.png Denial eSports
USA Censor Douglas Martin Template:RoleSortNumber Captain/OBJ Prophlogo std.png Prophecy
USA Apathy Bryan Zhelyazkov Template:RoleSortNumber Support Prophlogo std.png Prophecy
USA StuDyy Jeremy Astacio Template:RoleSortNumber Support Juslogo std.png Team JusTus
USA ProoFy Jordan Cannon Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs

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