North American esports organization, FaZe Clan, has signed long-time Fortnite pro, Tim “Bizzle” Miller.
Bizzle was one of the first players to emerge from the early competitive Fortnite: Battle Royale pro scene, and has had a number of high-profile tournament finishes since then, including winning Secret Skirmish 2019, and second-place at PAX West 2018 and Dreamhack Anaheim 2020.
FaZe Clan’s announcement video also detailed Bizzle’s impressive accomplishments as a Fortnite pro. Bizzle is one of the most consistent pros in Fortnite history, with the most LAN match victories, alongside accumulating US$593,125 in total prize pool earnings.
Bizzle officially left Ghost Gaming on April 4 and was quickly picked up by FaZe Clan, who will squad up with fellow Fortnite pros Daniel “Dubs” Pal Walsh, Kolbe “Diggy” Cordon, and Noam “Megga” Ackenine.
FaZe Clan is still heavily invested in conquering the Fortnite competitive scene with their multiple squad lineups that also include Nate Hill, Trevor “Funk” Siegler, and Spencer “Bini” Cherubini.