Disney’s ESPN has announced a brand-new documentary film called “No Scope: The Story of FaZe Clan”, which is going to be the latest documentary from the “30 For 30” series.

No Scope: The Story of FaZe Clan is a wide-ranging, eye-opening, and unsparing documentary of the popular gaming brand, and the remarkable series of ups and downs that have defined that story and its characters over the last decade-plus. For years now, the growth of esports has been one of the defining stories of entertainment – financially, socially, and culturally.

And at the centre of all that growth has been FaZe Clan, an organization that’s gone from the brainchild of a few gamers streaming their play on the internet to a publicly traded company with teams and players all around the globe competing professionally in an array of games. The film explores questions about the costs of their rapid growth and extraordinary success – specifically in the form of the impact on the founders of the team, a number of whom have struggled with significant personal problems.

And even as FaZe has come to encompass stars and performers from the traditional sports and entertainment worlds, even in the wake of the company’s public offering, the financial viability of the whole enterprise hardly appears stable. Through it all, esports are undoubtedly here to stay. But No Scope makes clear that the path from here is anything but assured.

The new documentary has been directed by Justin Staple.   It has been executive produced by ESPN Films and Words + Pictures.

“No Scope: The Story of FaZe Clan” will premiere in the United States on ESPN on July 1st 2024, at 7pm ET, and it will also be available to stream the next day on ESPN+, which means you can also watch it through ESPN+ on Hulu and later this year via ESPN On Disney+.

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Roger Palmer

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