Fortnite duo Aydan and Bizzle leave Ghost Gaming in surprise move

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Two of the world’s best Fortnite players, Timothy ‘Bizzle’ Miller and Aydan ‘Aydan’ Conrad, have confirmed their respective departures from organization Ghost Gaming – within an hour of one another. 

Nearly every competitive Fortnite fan will be familiar with the names of Aydan and Bizzle. The former has become known as one of the world’s best controller players, while Bizzle managed to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup multiple times, including once without using guns. 

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Recently, however, Aydan has even proved his talent on other titles, winning the $100k Twitch Rivals Warzone tournament alongside members of CoD pro team Atlanta FaZe. On April 3, the all-round gaming star announced his departure from Ghost Gaming, the organisation with which he has made his name in esports.
Ghost have previously entered teams in CoD, Fortnite and Rocket League.

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“I am officially parting ways with Ghost Gaming on good terms,” he said. “Ghost was the first and only organization I’ve been on and I’ve learned so much over the last 2 years.”

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Since joining Ghost Gaming in the summer of 2018, Aydan’s gaming career has gone from strength to strength. Originally starting as a Call of Duty streamer, the release of Epic Games’ Fortnite saw Aydan excel as one of the world’s best controller players. He placed 37th in the duos section of 2019’s Fortnite World Cup and previously held the world record for most kills in a console Solo match.  

The 20-year-old also thanked all of Ghost’s key staff and concluded by saying that he is “open” to offers from other organizations. 

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Less than an hour later, also on April 3, Bizzle announced his departure from Ghost Gaming in a similar message. 

“I have mutually parted ways with Ghost Gaming,” he announced. “Ghost was my first org and the true start to my gaming career, from Pax West to Dreamhack they have been there for me and there are a lot of people I want to thank. I also wish Ghost the best of luck on its next chapter.”

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He also thanked many of Ghost’s hierarchy, and confirmed he is excited to join a new organization. 

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As a result of the near-simultaneous departures, it’s fair to assume that Ghost Gaming will be looking to announce new content creators soon.

Given the talents both men have displayed in the past couple of years, we can also expect them to be announcing new organizations in the very near future.