FaZe Clan is known as one of the most popular esports and entertainment organizations in the world. Jarvis was a part of the ESport organization for approximately 3 years.
Jarvis announced via Twitter that he was not rejoining Faze and went onto youtube and shared with everyone the news as to why he was not rejoining. “I have officially left FaZe clan. I talk about why in my vid. All I will say rn is the last few years in FaZe clan have been some of the greatest of my life, meeting and experiencing things I never thought I would. This is not the end for me and FaZe Clan.” Jarvis has gained a total of 5 million subscribers on Youtube creating content. Jarvis was banned permanently from Epic Games on Fortnite in September 2019 after he created a new account on the platform to show his viewers a gameplay video using the Aimbot hack to win games and was banned.
Jarvis, along with his brother had posted a 26-minute video on his YouTube channel, where he and his brother Frazier “Kay” Khattri reminisced about their time with FaZe. Kay was notably released from the organization following an alleged crypto scandal involving Jarvis and other FaZe members.
In the video, Khattri explains that he returned to FaZe Clan from suspension and had an offer to return. He ultimately felt that he could not join back without his brother. The former Fortnite content creator stated that FaZe is the only organization he’d consider joining, shooting down the likes of 100 Thieves and OpTic.
As for the future, Khattri said he plans to continue producing content independently and alongside his former FaZe Clan teammates. We’ll have to wait and see whether he rejoins the organization at some point down the line.
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