Among Us Tournament Announced By Faze Clan

FaZe Clan is calling it the first-ever Among Us tournament.

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Popular esports organization FaZe Clan has announced that it will host an Among Us tournament on October 19 at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET.

The tournament, "FaZe Clan Among Us In-Vent-ational," is limited to 40 spots for select FaZe talent, streamers, and celebrity friends of the organization. A cash prize of $25,000 is on the line for those competing in the tournament. The current roster of confirmed participants include FaZe Apex, FaZe Adapt, FaZe Nate Hill, FaZe Sway, FaZe Blaze, FaZe H1ghSky1, and LeBron James' son LeBron James Jr. (FaZe Bronny, one of FaZe Clan's newest signees). More competitors will be announced soon.

As for the tournament itself, it will be a solo competitor game where every crewmate or imposter is playing for themselves. You can watch the "FaZe Clan Among Us In-Vent-ational" livestream on FaZe Clan's official Twitch and YouTube channels.

Watching the tournament will give you a chance to win limited-edition FaZe Clan merchandise as well. Specifics on how giveaways will be conducted were not revealed.

FaZe Clan calls it the first-ever Among Us tournament.
FaZe Clan calls it the first-ever Among Us tournament.

Earlier this week, a member of the esports organization came out as transgender and bisexual. FaZe Ewok shared the news on Twitter in honor of National Coming Out Day.

In other Among Us news, the game received more than four billion YouTube videos last month, making it one of the most talked-about games on social media. A new update for the beta version of the game, which is only available on PC, made some changes to imposters and how voting works.

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