Sources: FaZe Clan Halo to acquire Spartan from eUnited

. Last updated: July 22, 2022

According to Dexerto sources, FaZe Clan’s Halo team will add Tyler ‘Spartan’ Ganza to their roster following the player’s protracted feud with his current squad, eUnited.

FaZe Clan wants to take on the big dogs in Halo. While recent tournaments have been dominated by the likes of Sentinels, Cloud9 and OpTic Gaming, roster changes at these teams have caused quite a stir at the top and could see other teams enter the mix.

One of those teams is FaZe, who after finishing 5th-6th at the last HCS Major in Kansas City have been trying to strengthen their roster with some big changes.

We covered Cloud9’s proposed acquisition of Jonathan “Renegade” Willette by FaZe Clan after agreeing to pay a $400,000+ buyout fee – and they’re not done yet.

Our sources have confirmed that FaZe is trying to push their roster even further by bringing in Spartan as the player has been extremely insecure with eUnited and is openly trying to switch to another team.

In May 2022, Spartan announced that he was retiring from the eUnited active roster. In his twitlonger, he claimed eUnited tried to keep him on hold for the duration of his contract instead of letting him join another team and claimed they cut his salary from $5300 a month to just $300 a month.

With Renegade and Spartan both likely coming into the group, FaZe sends Adam ‘Bound’ Gray in the opposite direction, with Cloud9 keeping an eye on him as a Renegade replacement.

Jesse ‘bubu dubu’ Moeller was also made a free agent on June 17th, meaning we could see a very new looking FaZe roster by the next event, with Spartan and Renegade joining Eric ‘Snip3down’ Wrona and Michael ‘Falcated connect “Garcia.

https://www.dexerto.com/halo/sources-faze-clan-halo-to-acquire-spartan-from-eunited-1880897/ Sources: FaZe Clan Halo to acquire Spartan from eUnited

Emma James

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