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FaZe Fortnite Pros Moving Into Hollywood Mansion Next Door to FaZe Owners and the Clout House

Published: 4/Jul/2018 11:42 Updated: 15/Oct/2020 14:27

by Mike Kent

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The FaZe Clan organization has confirmed that members of their pro-Fortnite team will be living in a multi-million dollar mansion in the Hollywood Hills.

The high profile professional players that include the likes of TFUE and Cloakzy will have some fairly notable neighbors, with the FaZe owners on one side and the Clout Gang on the other.

Since moving their headquarters from New York to Los Angeles, the FaZe Clan brand has gone from strength to strength, expanding both their content teams and esports operations.

A number of the FaZe Clan owners lived in a property in Newport when they first arrived in LA, but it was announced in late 2017 that they had split into two other properties in Calabasas and the Hollywood Hills.

At the same time that the FaZe guys were living in Newport, another owner of the group, Banks, set up shop also in the Hollywood Hills, creating the brand ‘Clout Gang’ alongside influencers such as Rice Gum, Sommer Rae, and Alissa Violet.

Although Clout appears to operate somewhat independently from the main FaZe organization, they’re about to get a lot closer after plans were announced to occupy two more mansions alongside the current house.

The situation was confirmed during an episode of the FaZe Cast released on July 2nd, featuring two of the people moving; Temperrr and Adapt.

Adapt: We’re moving into the Clout House, the secret is out. We’re moving into the Clout House, the Clout dudes like next door or two doors and then we’ve got another house we probably have to keep low key. Probably can’t talk about it.

Temperrr: The third house is for the Fortnite pros, it’s going to be lit.

The FaZe guys continue to discuss Fortnite, the perils of moving house, and Adapt’s issues with continually getting robbed.

Pokemon

Trainwrecks’ generosity backfires after Ludwig scores $10k Pokemon card

Published: 24/Nov/2020 1:42

by Brent Koepp

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Smash Melee star Ludwig Ahgren sent a Pokemon card Twitch stream into a meltdown when he pulled a 1st Edition Dragonite worth up to $10k. The gaming pro scored the rare collectible after streamer Trainwreckstv gave him the pack.

Pokemon cards have taken over platforms such as YouTube and Twitch as viewers flock to see their favorite personalities chase after the rarest Nintendo collectibles.

A live Trading Card Game box opening hosted by streamer Mizkif and his org One True King went off the rails on November 22 when Smash pro Ludwig scored a rare Dragonite that could have been Trainwrecks’.

Twitch streamers react to Dragonite card during Pokemon broadcast.
Twitch: Mizkif
A rare Dragonite was pulled during the One True King Pokemon card stream.

Ludwig scores rare Pokemon card from 1999

The Pokemon TCG has seen a major explosion in value in 2020. Cards once traded for nothing on school playgrounds decades ago can now sell for as much as a house. The hobby has also become a major hit on sites like Twitch, with streamers buying sealed booster boxes from the 90s to open live for viewers.

On November 22, Twitch star Mizkif broke open 1st Edition sealed packs from the 1999 Fossil set. Those attending the event lost their minds when pro gamer Ludwig scored a 1st Edition Dragonite after streamer Trainwreckstv gave his pack to him.

The moment went viral due to the Twitch personality’s generosity backfiring. “Dude I swear to God if I said no to this pack to be fair and nice and its a good pack I want it back. Ludgwig, if this is good it’s my pack. If it’s bad, it’s your pack,” he exclaimed moments before the card was pulled. Unfortunately, the booster he passed on contained the exact rare holographic he was chasing after.

After the excitement settled, the group felt bad for Train’s incredibly bad luck. Although the popular Twitch star wasn’t too bitter about it, laughing it off on Twitter. If nothing else, he should be applauded for his generosity.

According to recent sales of the item, a 1st Edition Dragonite can sell anywhere from $8k to 9.7k depending on the grading. Luckily for Ludwig, the item looked incredibly pristine, giving him a good chance at a PSA 10 grading.