Main Roster
Ali Kabbani
ROLE: Captain
Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani was signed at the start of 2018 as the TSM’s first competitive Fortnite player. He started off as a Paragon streamer and was invited to be a part of the Fortnite scene on day one, being one of the first streamers to pick the game up. He made his way to rank one on the leaderboards as one of the game’s premiere Builder players, becoming well known for his innovation and unorthodox strategies. His drive and skill in addition to his place in the community as an entertaining and informative streamer made him the natural choice to be the organization’s Fortnite team captain.
ROLE: Player
‘Daequan’ became a part of TSM in February 2018 signing on to be a part of our competitive Fortnite squad. He has had a storied gaming history, having played numerous games at a competitive level including but not limited to Destiny 1 PvP, Black Desert Online, GunZ, Wildstar, and Smite. He logged an insubstantial amount of time on H1Z1 before discovering Fortnite which is ostensibly his first Battle Royale game. He is beloved by the community for his catchphrases and hyper-aggressive gameplay.
ROLE: Player
‘Hamlinz’ joined TSM as one of the team’s first competitive Fortnite players at the start of 2018. He comes from a background in competitive Call of Duty and Halo where he started his following and fanbase. He switched to Battle Royale at the start of 2017, having logged over a thousand hours in PUBG before he discovered Fortnite and managed to consistently achieve extremely high ranks on the competitive ladder despite having been with the genre for only a single year. He can often be found rapping on his stream.
ROLE: Player
‘RealKraftyy’ signed with TSM as a representative for TSM on at the start of 2018. Kraftyy became a well known streamer from the Destiny scene, having earned a reputation as a hard carry on the Trials of Osiris PvP mode within Destiny 1. He moved on to Destiny 2 for a bit when it was released, and started playing Fortnite which he enjoys thoroughly. Currently, he can regularly be found streaming and producing content for a combination of both games.
Maria Lopez
ROLE: Player
Maria ‘ChicaLive’ Lopez was signed onto TSM’s Fortnite lineup in October 2018. Chica has been a part of the FPS community for quite a while, playing Call of Duty and Rainbow 6 on the PS4 before switching to Fortnite on PC. Since then, she became a part of the Fortnite competitive scene, having participated in many of the major tournaments since since its very beginning. She showcases her skill on her stream and YouTube channel, and can often be found making aggressive highlight-worthy plays.
Anthony Colandro
ROLE: Player
Anthony ‘ZexRow’ Colandro signed with TSM on December 11th, 2018, joining the organization as a member of their Fortnite team. He entered the professional Fortnite scene in the summer of 2018, with a background in ARMA 3, Rust, and CS:GO, and quickly became a highly decorated player within the community. To name some of his more impressive achievements, he won the first week of the Fall Skirmish, placed third in the Fall Skirmish Grand Finals, and qualified for Stage 2 of the Winter Royale in both North America and Europe. Although most spectators and fans consider him to be a highly aggressive player, ZexRow claims to be a passive player, preferring to fight only when absolutely necessary.
Malachi Drake Greiner
ROLE: Player
Malachi Drake ‘Reverse2k’ Greiner joined TSM’s Fortnite squad in July 2019. Prior to his signing, he had already participated in multiple tournaments with multiple members of TSM’s Fortnite crew and had multiple appearances on their streams. Reverse is a bright talent in the competitive Fortnite scene who is able to intelligently switch between passive and aggressive play. His skill often makes him a dark horse in the competitions he is a part of and placing in the money for many of them. He can often be found playing arenas and pubs on his stream, which he uniquely prefers to scrimming as practice.
Theo Ferrer
ROLE: Player
Theo ‘Crue’ Ferrer officially became a part of TSM Fortnite at the end of August 2019. At the time of his signing, Crue was fresh off a highly successful run at the Fortnite World Cup, placing 6th in the Solo Finals and 22nd in the Duo finals. Prior to the event’s qualifier, he was a relatively unknown player, only known by the scrimming community as a consistent but aggressive W-keyer. As a freshly minted pro player, Crue has started to stream more consistently, hoping to continue his success in future tournaments and on his channel.
Emad Nasif
ROLE: Player
Emad ‘EmadGG’ Nasif was signed by TSM in August 2019 to be a part of their Fortnite team. Emad is a part of earliest competitors in the Fortnite pro scene, having been a part of some of the first major scrim communities that appeared at the start of the competitive scene. He became well known by the community after qualifying for PAX in Week 8 of the Summer Skirmish in 2018 and placing 3rd in Week 5 of the Fall Skirmish a few weeks after. Since then, Emad has successfully gotten his stream off the ground, drawing in hundreds of viewers each stream and building a community around his brand.
Mack Aesoph
ROLE: Player
Mack ‘MackWood’ Aesoph became a part of TSM in September 2019. Mackwood is one of the newer faces to the competitive Fortnite scene, having made his entry in December 2018 with the Winter Skirmish. Despite this, he has seen a great deal of success in the scene already, having won the Scallywag Cup and FNCS, in addition to qualifying for the Fortnite World Cup Duos Finals. Recently, he has been playing alongside ZexRow in many of the trios cups competitions. His consistency and ability to read end games makes him a fearsome opponent and has played a large role in his successes to date.
Leon Woobin Khim
ROLE: Player
Leon ‘Khanada’ Woobin Khim became a part of TSM’s Fortnite roster in March 2020. As a young and fresh talent, Khanada swiftly rose to the top of Fortnite’s competitive scene. He found his start through strong performances in 2019’s Trio’s Cash Cup. This caught the eye of many pros, including Tfue, who teamed up with him in the Fortnite Champion series and found great success. His reputation only grew with dominating Solos tournament results, winning three Cash Cups, achieving significant placements in numerous others, and placing 12th in his very first LAN at Dreamhack Anaheim. With a long career ahead of him, Khanada is hoping to continue his streak and take every win he can get.
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