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This is the Rise, Fall and Rise Again of FaZe Jarvis.

2019 saw Jarvis Khattri hit his lowest point. Permanently banned from the game that defined his entire career. Rendered instantly unable to create the content that over two million people associated with him, and on the receiving end of backlash, hate and abuse from all forms of media.

The then 17-year-old FaZe Clan member and YouTuber looked broken. A single, devastating mistake threatening his entire career. And Jarvis found himself, quite unexpectedly, at a crossroads. It could’ve easily spelled the end for him and everything he’d worked for. But not only did Jarvis survive the storm, he turned a seemingly dire situation into the beginning of an even more prosperous career, raking in more attention, views and money than ever before. 

How did he do it? Let’s find out. This is The Rise, Fall and Rise Again of FaZe Jarvis

The Rise

Growing up in a small English town just south of London, Jarvis lived what you’d call a pretty normal childhood. He went to school, enjoyed sports and above all, loved video games. Through his older brother Frazier, who goes by Kay, a FaZe Clan member since 2013, Jarvis had his first gaming experiences. Jarvis followed not only in the footsteps of his older brother, but the wider Call of Duty scene by uploading trick shot videos. With his first upload going live in June of 2014, when Jarvis was just thirteen years old.

Witness the rest of the story by watching the video above, or heading to Upcomer’s YouTube channel.

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