YouTube Gaming is continuing to sign big-name stars. Earlier this month, the organization was able to sign exclusive deals with FaZe Swagg and 100 Thieves’ Fusile.
Kris “FaZe Swagg” Lamberson has been a member of FaZe Clan since April of 2020. He is best known for helping found Nuke Squad, FaZe Clan’s professional Call of Duty team.
Meanwhile, Leslie Fu, aka Fusile, is a streamer and content creator that joined 100 Thieves in May of 2021. Before making the move to YouTube Gaming, she spent almost two years creating content exclusively on Twitch.
“The framework they are laying is setting the bar in the live streaming and gaming space so it feels like a natural fit,” FaZe Swagg said in an announcement. “I can’t wait for my fans to see how much this elevates their experience within my streams.”
Lamberson and Fu are two of the more recognizable influencers that recently left Twitch. They join other stars that have signed deals with YouTube Gaming like TimTheTatMan, DrLupo, and ValkyRae.
(All information was provided by Dexerto [1,2], Fandom, FaZe Clan, and Wikipedia)
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