FaZe Clan Sign Frozen As Twistzz Replacement

02 Dec 2023
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Tit Krajnik 02 Dec 2023
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  • FaZe Clan is close to signing David "frozen" Čerňanský
  • Frozen will replace Twistzz, who left the team on Friday
  • The deal has yet to be officially announced
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FaZe Clan is reportedly close to signing David "frozen" Čerňanský as a replacement for Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken, who left the team on Friday, December 1. The deal has yet to be finalised.

On Friday, December 1, FaZe Clan parted ways with Twistzz, who was previously rumoured to have struck a deal with Team Liquid. However, just as day after losing one of its best players, FaZe Clan have already found a replacement.


As reported, FaZe Clan is close to signing frozen from MOUZ, who will replace the Canadian CS star ahead of BLAST Premier: World Final 2023, where the Slovakian player will make his debut. The tournament is scheduled for December 13-17.

According to reports, MOUZ and FaZe Clan have already agreed terms for the Slovakian CS player, who will leave MOUZ before his contract expires. The deal was all but confirmed when FaZe Clan submitted frozen as a part of their lineup ahead of the BLAST Premier: World Final 2023 deadline on Monday.

MOUZ Find A Replacement


Like FaZe Clan, who didn’t need long to replace the departed player, MOUZ will fill in the void left by frozen’s departure with Ludvig “Brollan” Brolin. The former Fnatic and Ninjas in Pyjamas player will play for MOUZ as a stand-in at BLAST Premier: World Final 2023, as he joins the team as a free agent.

Brollan is currently benched on Ninjas in Pyjamas, who put him on the sidelines on October 28. And considering Brollan’s current status, he might be a long-term solution for MOUZ if the European squad fails to find another replacement for frozen.

MOUZ and FaZe Clan are two of eight teams attending BLAST Premier: World Final 2023, which is set to take place on December 13-17 in Abu Dhabi. It’s the final S-Tier Counter-Strike event of the year, offering a mouth-watering $1,000,000 prize pool and welcoming some of the top CS squads in the world.

Besides MOUZ and FaZe, BLAST Premier: World Final 2023 will also feature Natus Vincere, G2 Esports, ENCE, Team Vitality, Cloud9, and Heroic.