FaZe Rug, also known as Brian Rafat Awadis, is an American YouTuber who posts vlogs, challenges, gaming videos, and pranks. He is one of FaZe Clan's co-owners. With over 20 million subscribers, he is also the FaZe Clan gamer with the most YouTube subscribers.
On November 19, 1996, Brian was born in San Diego, California, USA. On June 24, 2020, he appeared as a featured guest on Ridiculousness, season 17, episode 7. In addition, Awadis produced a video on April 30, 2021. He appeared in the video "Becoming a WWE Superstar for 24 Hours! (ft. Dominik Mysterio)," which featured the professional wrestler and Rey Mysterio's son.
He received training from Mysterio to compete in the WWE. The Los Angeles Chargers' third-round choice in the 2022 NFL Draft will be announced by Awadis (79th overall). J. T. Woods, a Baylor safety, was targeted by the pick.
|Name||Brian Rafat Awadis|
|Profile Name||FaZe Rug,|
|DOB (Age)||November 19, 1996 (26 years)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||July 12th, 2012|
|Schedule/Status||Every 2 days|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
On October 11, 2008, Awadis and his older brother Brandon launched a joint YouTube account under the name “fathersonchaldean,” releasing their debut video that same day. By the end of 2009, they had added at least three more videos, after which the channel stopped being active.
In the first video, “Fathersonchaldean show 1”, Brian and his brother enact what happens when a father walks in on his son talking to his girlfriend.
On July 11, 2012, Brian started posting brief clips of Call of Duty games to his own YouTube account. In January 2013, he was invited to join the esports group FaZe Clan, which he now co-owns. On December 7, 2014, he posted his first prank video online.
He received the Diamond Play Button award after his channel attained 1 million subscribers on October 9, 2015, and 10 million on September 8, 2018. On July 21, 2017, it achieved one billion total video views. Brian put out a song named “Goin’ Live” in November 2019, and in January 2020, a music video to go with it.
As of June 2022, Brian has a net worth of $4 million, according to celebrity net worth. FaZe Rug's income is estimated by the AdSense income from his several YouTube channels, brand endorsements, and any sponsored content he uploads on his enormously popular social media accounts. Brian also receives a decent income from any tips and donations his viewers may give him when he is live streaming.
On November 19, 1996, Brian was born in San Diego, California, the USA. He has a brother named Brandon, who is older. His parents, Ron and Sana Awadis, who go by the internet monikers "Mama Rug" and "Papa Rug," are from Iraq. Brian attended San Diego Miramar College but left his first year to focus solely on his YouTube business.
He has dated Kaelyn, who broke up soon after they started dating; however, the couple got back together in 2020, as well as Molly Eskam, a fellow YouTuber and Instagram model. Brian left his FaZe Rug House 2020 in April 2021 because he felt disconnected from his family, and he felt it was too far away. He's currently residing at his parents' home.
His YouTube videos includes challenge videos, pranks, vlogs, gaming videos and much more. His videos get more than a million views regularly and he posts videos every 2 days.
In this video, Brian and a fan hang out with the fan receiving an amped-up gaming system at the end of the video.
Brian and his friends challenge each other to stay inside a vehicle for as long as they can to win a huge cash prize.
Brian and his friends take on a challenge to see who can stay quiet for the longest to win a huge sum of cash in this video.
Brian plays a real-life version of the popular MMO game Among US with his friends in this video.
A. According to SocialBlade, Brian makes $33.6K - $538.2K monthly and $403.7K - $6.5M yearly.
A. Brian has his own line of merchandise, which includes hoodies and T-shirts.
A. FaZe Rug owns two cars, including a Lamborghini Huracan that he modified in October 2017. The Huracan has a $200,000 starting price. His other vehicle is a 2016 Range Rover Autobiography, which starts at $85,000.