Trickshotting had existed in the past, but FaZe was one of the first to do it as a team. Their YouTube content took off when "Fakie" joined the clan. After that moment, FaZe's content creators incorporated lifestyle content with their gaming content. In late , FaZe Clan opened its series A funding round. The team would then start to upload Call of Duty sniper montages to their YouTube channel, the first being the announcement of the team.
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FaZe Clan executive Richard "Banks" Bengtson's social life has often made headlines in the esports community for his crazy antics and his dramatic relationship with Instagram model Alissa Violet. Recently, Violet has taken to Twitter to reveal details of their relationship that were once private to the public, and fans' reactions are mixed. The couple had split up for undisclosed reasons in July. Many speculated what had led to their breakup, but nothing was certain. On November 22, another Twitter user asked Violet how she found out she was being cheated on. It took over a week, but Violet finally decided to answer the question this morning. Her followers reacted with disappointment in Banks, especially for having the nerve to cheat on someone while under the same roof.
Alleged infidelity created a rift between FaZe Banks and Alissa Violet
In the world of esports, few teams are as recognizable as FaZe Clan. FaZe Clan has won numerous esports tournaments, so many consider its fame and mansion well-earned. But, as with many teams packed with celebrities, controversy loves to poke its head into FaZe Clan's daily life.
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