Fortnite professionals Aydan and Bizzle parts ways with Ghost Gaming
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Perhaps the two best controller players in Fortnite have left their longtime organization in Ghost Gaming. Both Aydan “Aydan” Conrad and Tim “Bizzle” Miller announced on Twitter yesterday that they’ve parted ways with the organization.

The two made it clear that the parting was on mutual terms, but it’s still curious to see both players leave at the same time. Perhaps Ghost Gaming doesn’t see a future in Fortnite esports, or maybe something else was going on behind the scenes. Regardless, the two controller players are looking for new homes, just like many other Fortnite professionals.

Aydan and Bizzle depart

Both Aydan and Bizzle have been a part of Ghost Gaming since the beginning of their Fortnite careers. It took a little while for professional organizations to recognize controller players as legitimate competitors, which is why it took longer for the two to find a home.

However, once they did with Ghost, they planted their roots firmly. Both players have been on Ghost for around two years, garnering massive amounts of success. No one knows exactly why they left Ghost Gaming, but this is what both had to say about their decisions.

Both players cite that neither side did anything wrong, but it was simply time to move on. Also, each made it clear that they’re looking for a new organization to represent. So, it seems Fortnite is a part of their future, which can’t be said for other professionals.

For those wondering if the two plan to stick together, it doesn’t appear so. Bizzle left a comment on Aydan’s farewell Twitter post, likely signaling the end of the tandem.

It’s unclear where either player will end up, but any organization that grabs Aydan or Bizzle is getting a quality player.

Whenever Aydan and Bizzle do sign with a team, we’ll be sure to let you know here at Daily Esports.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.