John “Jack” Cizek is better known online as Cizzorz, is an American YouTuber and Twitch streamer who was born in Minnesota, currently resides in Los Angeles. Jack is well known for playing Fortnite with new players who have never gotten a “Victory Royale”. Jack has also gained a lot of recognition for creating deathruns. He is 24 year old and was born April 25, 1996.
Awards and Achievements
Fortnite World Cup Creative Finals: FaZe Cizzorz wins at his own game
The first event of the Fortnite World Cup, the Creative Finals, took place on July 26. In order to compete, online trials tested players in various creative games. Those that stood out were picked by assorted Fortnite personalities called “Team Captains.” Some of the personalities included Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, Lachlan “Lachlan” Power, and Corentin “Gotaga” Houssein. In total, 32 players competed with four players on each team including the team captain. The Creative Finals challenged the teams on three separate player-made maps. All three maps were played three times. Then the Creative Finals reintroduced each map with a modification for the final round. Ultimately, team Fish Fam, headlined by Jack “Cizzorz”, took home the grand prize. Zand clutched the last life on the final map to secure the win.
Sky Station Showdown
The first map of the Creative Finals was the Sky Station Showdown. The game mode focused on maintaining control of certain checkpoints. The area was slightly smaller than two tiles by two tiles. In order to earn points, a team must keep enemy players from entering the zone. The team must also stay within the zone. After the three matches, the team “Funky Fighters” won the challenge and earned themselves $100,000.
This game mode played like “Prop Hunt.” The major difference came from a central guard post in the middle where defending teams had to prevent players from reaching. The players outside of the guard post were disguised as various Fortnite items. They needed to avoid the guards’ sight while making their way toward the middle of the map. The teams rotated from the guards to props each round. Team “Chicken Champions” snuck out a win for a total of $110,000 in winnings.
This Creative map played like the famous Death Run by Cizzorz. It included different jumps, runs, and technical abilities to navigate. Players avoided traps, used impulse grenades to jump, and moved precisely around obstacles. The time a team finished and the number of coins collected determined which team won. Unsurprisingly, the team with the creator of the Death Run, “Fish Fam,” won this challenge and their share of prize money.
This mode took the three previous modes and introduced or removed a certain variable. For example, players respawned in the World Run mode at the last checkpoint. In the Golden Games, players received only one life to complete the challenge.
Team Fish Fam and FaZe Cizzorz win the Fortnite World Cup Creative Finals
The Creative Finals came down to the very last moment. Zand, a player on Fish Fam, remained the only player alive on the revamped World Run. He needed one more coin to beat the other teams. After a long pause, Zand nailed the jump and collected the coin. Then the celebration began! Cizzorz, Suezhoo, and HiImTylerH surrounded him with excitement as they all just won $325,000 from Fortnite.
Jack started out as a Black Ops YouTuber in 2011, he currently only has 2 public videos about them. Jack then has done Modern Warfare 3 montages, and has also successfully attempted top records in Black Ops 3. He got top 15 for being the fastest slidewinder freerun in Black Ops 3, Top 50 in Infected, and made a record of the fastest run in BlackOut Freerun. He has also done multiple challenges in Black Ops 3. His channel went up to 400,000 subscribers before making Fortnite content which puts him in a position he is at now. On March 13, 2018, Jack joined FaZe Clan because of his well-known Fortnite gameplays.
Death Run Challenges
Death Run 1.0
Ever since the release of Fortnite’s creative mode, Jack created a near-impossible obstacle course for everyone to play. Almost every big Fortnite streamer has attempted the obstacle course with barely anyone winning the game. According to the community, almost all of the levels are hard and long-term to beat. There are 10 levels. Jack has been credited and gained a lot of exposure for making the obstacle course and being the most played island in Fortnite Creative.
The Winner of the Death Run was Suezhoo, with the time of 3 minutes and 17 seconds. Jack commented on the video where the Death Run course record was held, and gave Suezhoo $1,500.
Death Run 2.0
Since the results of the first map came to an end, Jack created another death run, but will feature extra levels up to 13 approxmately. It was released on January 9, 2018.
Sometime around January 5, a user had edit privelages and completely destroyed levels 11 – 13. This made the Death Run public release was forced to be delayed. Jack has mentioned that he is the only one to have edit permissions, but random players who entered Jack course early had permissions and was able to vandalize the Death Run. Hours after the levels were vandalized, Jack checked replay mode and the user who was found to destroy the levels was iComethazine.
- The winner of the course was hotball1, with the time of 6 minutes and 12 seconds and recieved $3,500.
- The second place winner was eskay with the time of 6 minutes and 18 seconds and recieved $1,000.
- The third place winner was PoopyFartyPee with the time of 6 minutes and 36 seconds.
- The fourth place winner was Crump with the time of 7 minutes and 2 seconds.
- The fifth winner was Suezhoo, the deathrun 1.0 winner, with the time of 7 minutes and 29 seconds.
Death Run 3.0
Jack has given a preview to his Death Run 3.0 on February 11, 2019. The course was in early release to Content Creators and Streamers on February 15, 2019. There are 16 levels in it, and the first few levels is simple for the amateurs, but is tough as you progress.
The top 10 content creators get paid. Place 1 gets $8,000. Place 2 gets $4,000. Place 3 gets $2,500. And place 4 through 10 gets $1,500.
The winners were announced on February 20, 2019.
- The winner of the course was Bizzle; recieving $8,000.
- The second place winner of the course was Liquid Chap; recieving $4,000.
- The third place of the course was Vivid; recieving $2,500.
- The fourth place winner of the course was lil mikeqt; recieving $1,500.
- The fifth place winner of the course was Saint; recieving $1,500.
- The sixth place winner of the course was Svennoss; recieving $1,500.
- The seventh place winner of the course was Tinny; recieving $1,500.
- The eigth place winner of the course was Mrfreshasian; recieving $1,500.
- The ninth place winner of the course was Typical Gamer; recieving $1,500.
- The tenth place winner of the course was TSM Commandment; recieving $1,500.
Since the winners for early release was announced, the death run was officially released to the public. The competition is still underway and the grand total price given away is $25,000.
For the public release, there was only 1 winner, and it was Hotball1 with the time of 5 minutes and 24 seconds; winning $10,000.
Death Run Challenge Map 2 Code Leaked
On January 6, 2019, a user named DectOfficial leaked the code of Jack’s unreleased Death Run. Jack went on to Dect’s stream and was asking Dect to take down the code. Dect did do so but then went against Jack for his behavior towards Dect. Jack did cuss at Dect (not in a way to harass or bully) because of the fury Jack was in. Dect went onto a rant and claims Jack is being disrespectful and encouraged his fans to send hate towards Dect, which is not the case. Dect claims that he thought the code was public, which was why he shared the code and livestreamed himself playing the unreleased Death Run.
Jack did apologize for his behavior and Dect also apologized for leaking the code and for his behavior as well. Jack did also mention about the hate people are giving towards other streamers, and hoping that he will never see those people again.
Note: The following dates are according to SocialBlade. Dates may vary by ~1 day (2 days if you live outside of North America) due to differences in time zones.
- 1 million subscribers: March 1, 2018.
- 2 million subscribers: June 6, 2018.
- 3 million subscribers: November 28, 2018.
- 4 million subscribers: March 3, 2019.
Video View Milestones
- 100 million views: February 18, 2018.
- 200 million views: May 19, 2018.
- 300 million views: September 10, 2018.
- 400 million views: January 21, 2019.