Lucas Mosing, known popularly as FaZe Blaze and Blaziken, is an Austrian YouTuber, gamer, vlogger, and live streamer widely recognized for being one of the most popular streamers on FaZe as well as for being a director of the clan.
Lucas has been a member of the FaZe clan since 2015 when he first joined the clan under the moniker FaZe Blaziken.
Lucas used to live in FaZe's New York house with Apex, Rain, Temperrr, Adapt, and Teeqo. However, he followed in the steps of FaZe Rug and left the house in a bid to pursue a solo career. At the moment, the 26 year old is following his passion and trying to make his presence known as a rapper. Lucas has also started producing lofi beats which have garnered quite some attention on Soundcloud.
Lucas was born on August 19, 1996, in Austria, Vienna and shifted to the States with his family sometime shortly after his birth.
|Profile Name||FaZe Blaze|
|DOB (Age)||August 19, 1996 (age 26)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||January 9, 2013 (FaZe Blaze) June 2, 2020 (FaZe Blaze Plays) February 26, 2021 (FaZe Blaze Shorts)|
|Total Videos||1224 (FaZe Blaze) 246 (FaZe Blaze Plays) 22 (FaZe Blaze Shorts)|
|Net Worth||$100,000-$7 million|
|Residence||Calabasas, Los Angeles|
Lucas registered his main YouTube channel on January 9, 2013, under the name Blazifyy. Lucas uploaded his first video the very same day and it was titled TheUWPolar AoN Montage - Edited by Me. The video featured a montage of knife and pistol kills that a friend of Lucas made while playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and it earned over 51,905 views.
However, this was not the only video that was uploaded to his channel on January 9. Apart from his debut video, Lucas uploaded two more videos, a montage of frags he edited and a welcome video introducing him and his new channel. In the initial days, Lucas used to go by the name Blaziken apart from his usual Blazifyy gamer tag. Over the months to come, Lucas kept uploading snippets of kills, montages, and tutorials that he would record while playing CoD.
Over the next two years, thanks to a plethora of his minitages, knife kill montages, and overall exemplary gameplay across different CoD titles, Lucas built quite a fan following among the Call of Duty community. As a result, he was invited to join the FaZe clan on January 3, 2015. Lucas uploaded a video titled, Joined FaZe! (My Reaction) - FaZe Blaziken, on January 5, 2015. This video earned over 1,617,448 views and became the first of Lucas’ videos to reach this mark.
Despite achieving the impressive feat of joining FaZe Clan when he was just 19 years old, Lucas was not given a formal invite to the clan. Lucas was live streaming with his friend Red Randumb, during which one of FaZe Clan’s members tweeted ‘@RedBlaziken this is the only time you'll ever see your name next to a checkmark’. With no idea what was coming, Lucas was dumbfounded until Rain revealed he had made that tweet after changing his own name on Twitter as FaZe Blaziken. Following which Rain tweeted, it means you are a part of the FaZe clan.
Following being initiated as an active member of the FaZe clan, Lucas immediately saw his YouTube channel grow overnight. Prior to this he was averaging around 10-15K views per video which immediately started reaching figures as high as 60-70K views per video. His next video to reach the 1 million viewership mark was titled MY BEST TRICKSHOTS IN FAZE!. The video was a compilation of trickshots that Lucas had made during a four-month relationship with the clan at the time. It earned over 1,493,305 views.
During June 2015, Lucas was formally invited to live in FaZe Clan’s LA mansion alongside other members like Apex, Rain, Temperrr, Adapt, and Teeqo. He formally announced joining the content house with a video that he uploaded to his main channel on June 10, 2015. The video titled, MOVED INTO THE FAZE HOUSE!!, earned over 214,337 views and introduced Lucas’s new flatmates and teammates.
Following this, Lucas’ content started heavily featuring his new housemates playing CoD with him. During this time, Lucas also diversified his content from just gameplay videos to vlogs, skits, a day in my life, and gaming videos among others.
Most recently, Lucas has actively started pursuing his passion for music and has uploaded a number of rap songs and lofi beats that he has produced on his Soundcloud and YouTube handles. His most popular song is titled RSK & Blaze - Woah Kemosabe (Official Video), and the video was uploaded to his main channel on May 21, 2017. The video has since earned over 9.9 million views.
As of August 2022, the FaZe Blaze YouTube channel has amassed over 3.5 million subscribers and over 643,807,121 views.
Lucas registered his second YouTube channel on June 2, 2020, under the name FaZe Blaze Plays. The channel is dedicated to game play videos and commentaries mostly centered around Call of Duty: Warzone. As of August 2022, the channel has amassed over 79.1K subscribers and over 7,268,876 views.
Lucas has a third YouTube channel as well which was registered on February 26, 2021. The channel titled FaZe Blaze Shorts is dedicated to his snippets from his livestream. As of August 2022, this channel has amassed over 810 subscribers and over 62K views.
According to Net Worth Spot, the Blaze YouTube channel is worth $100,000 as of August 2022. However, some sources suggest his net worth could be as high as $7 million. Every day, more than 8,460 people view the FaZe Blaze YouTube channel. On average, YouTubers can make $3 to $7 for every thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, Lucas makes an estimated $1,020 per month and $15,240 annually. However, these are conservative estimates and the channel could very well earn over $27,420 via ad revenue alone.
SocialBlade suggests the FaZe Blaze YouTube channel earns anywhere between $14,500-$231,900 per month and anywhere between $173,900-$2.8 million per year.
Other YouTube analytic sources suggest FaZe Blaze has an estimated net worth of about $7 million.
Lucas Mosing, known popularly as FaZe Blaze or Blaziken, was born on August 19, 1996, in Austria, Vienna. Not a lot of information is available regarding Lucas’ parents. However, his mother has appeared in one of his YouTube videos before he left to join the FaZe clan house.
Lucas has a younger sister called Mia who is also a part of the FaZe clan. She has appeared in a number of different videos on Lucas’ main channel.
Lucas is currently in a relationship with social media personality and content creator, Carrington Durham. The couple has been in an on-and-off relationship for a while and broke up sometime in February 2021 before patching up and rehashing their relationship in July 2021.
Lucas Mosing is quite popular on all social media platforms, not just YouTube. Apart from YouTube, Lucas has over 1.5 million followers on Instagram, over 1.7 million followers on Twitter, and over 897K followers on his Twitch.
Lucas’ latest upload to his main YouTube channel was on August 17, 2022, and it features a Short which expresses Lucas’ thoughts on the current MP5 meta in CoD: Warzone. Lucas is extremely active in uploading new content to this YouTube channel and thanks to YouTube Shorts, he uploads a new video every day.
Lucas’ most popular video on his YouTube channel as of August 2022 has over 10 million views and it features Lucas playing with Snoop Dogg.
Lucas’ second-most popular video was uploaded on May 21, 2017, and it features Lucas' most popular single to date.
Lucas’ third-most popular video has earned over 9.6 million views and it features FaZe members Jarvis and Lucas playing Fornite.
Lucas’ fourth-most popular video has earned over 9.4 million views and it features Lucas playing CoD: Black Ops 1.
Lucas’ fifth-most popular video has earned over 8.4 million views and it features Lucas reacting to Snoop Dogg rage-quitting after spotting himself in a video game.
A. According to a number of YouTube analytic sources, Lucas Mosing, known popularly as FaZe Blaze online, earns at least $1,020 per month and anywhere around $27,420-$2.8 million annually. However, some sources claim these numbers could be as high as $7 million.
A. Lucas Mosing currently lives in Calabasas, Los Angeles.
A. No, Lucas Mosing is currently in a relationship with Carrington Durham. The couple has been on-and-off for a while having most recently broken up in February of 2021 only to restart their relationship in July 2021.