North American esports organization FaZe Clan have announced that competitive player Nate Hill will be joining their pro Fortnite roster.
The news was announced on August 30 via a post on the official FaZe Clan Twitter page.
Nate Hill also confirmed the news with a post on his own Twitter page, which he had been hinting at since the day before.
As a competitive Fortnite player and streamer, Nate Hill has consistently been a participant of the ongoing $8 million Summer Skirmish tournament series.
His strong performances throughout the competition, including a first place finish in Week 6 and a second place finish in Week 7, have established him as one of the better players in the competitive community.
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Nate Hill joins a FaZe roster that is already stacked with top talent. The roster currently has four main players (Cloack, Jaomock, Tfue, and Tennp0), one Solo/Duo player (SpaceLyon) and one Solo player (Yelo).
As of now it is unclear what kind of role the new addition will have in the team, and whether or not FaZe will make any additional roster moves going forward.