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FaZe Clan announced a partnership with Totino’s alongside new content series hosted by rapper and FaZe Clan member Lil Yachty.

The partnership between Totino’s and the organization is anchored by a new content series hosted by Lil Yachty and will feature special guests like Thomas “Temperrr” Oliveira, Alexander “Adapt” Prynkiewicz, Brian “Rug” Awadis, and other FaZe members. The pilot episode for the Totino’s content series was filmed earlier in July on the FaZe Clan x Totino’s decked-out yacht in Marina Del Rey, California, and will air on all of the organizations social channels.

“We are really thrilled to be partnering with Totino’s and launching this fun and exciting content series,” said Jeff Pabst, FaZe Clan Chief Revenue Officer. “At FaZe we are always looking for innovative and organic ways to integrate our talent with brands, and to have this content series anchored by Lil Yachty with special appearances by FaZe talent is a perfect example of that.”

Lil Yachty and FaZe Clan make waves with Totino’s

Lil Yachty joined FaZe Clan in 2018 during a surprise announcement during his performance at Rolling Loud. It was here that several members from FaZe Clan welcomed him to the organization. This will be his first content series venture since joining the organization.

FaZe Booya and Lil Yachty fish during an episode of the Totino's content series.
A promotional image for FaZe Clan. | Provided by FaZe Clan

In 2019, Totino’s announced its partnership with another popular esports and entertainment brand in 100 Thieves. Totino’s is still an essential sponsor for 100 Thieves and will be sharing its resources with FaZe Clan. This announcement comes off a monumental year for FaZe Clan. In June FaZe Clan made history by becoming the first gaming organization to be on the cover of Sports Illustrated. FaZe Clan also recently teamed up with iconic contemporary artist Takashi Murakami for a small merchandise collaboration. The collaboration with Murakami featured jerseys and mousepads in his well-known style.