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American YouTuber, Twitch streamer and Professional Gamer

Name Cloak
Age 24 ( December 26, 1995)
Profession American YouTuber, Twitch streamer and professional gamer
Nationality American
Highlight Cloakzy has won $4,066.67 in prize money from 3 tournaments within the last 90 days
Team Tatmanarmy
Current Favourite Game Fornite
Last Updated August 2020

Lepore began playing video games in his early childhood, starting with Halo 1 followed by the rest of the trilogy. After maining World of Warcraft for a few years, he started playing H1Z1 in 2015.

He entered his first competitive tournament with Halo 3 at the MLG Meadowlandse event around 2008/2009, but stopped soon afterwards when he discovered World of Warcraft and became hooked.

He then got into H1Z1 and began competing in it in Januaey 2017 as part of Rogue, successfully winning 13 tournaments during that time. He then went on to represt the Pittsbourgh Knights in Player Unknown’s battlegrounds.


Out of the 39 tournaments awarding cash prizes that Cloakzy had competed in, the largest amount was $255,000.00 from Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 6 – Grand Finals on October 28, 2018. He placed 1st, making up 57.53% of his total prize money won.

Cloak Most Popular Video on YouTube

Cloak’s most popular video on YouTube is titled Carrying the nicest random girl on fortnite (Random Duos). This video was uploaded in Feb 2019.   This video got over 4.8m views so far and 125k likes.

Cloak First Video on YouTube

Cloak’s most popular video on YouTube is titled Cloak -Late Night- PUBG – Edited by Kelo-. Cloak got 18k views and 44 likes on this video.

Cloak Bio

Dennis Lepore is  better known online as Cloakzy (or simply Cloak), is an American YouTuber, Twitch streamer and professional gamer known for playing Fortnite: Battle Royale. He is commonly known for playing with his partner Tfue regularly and in tournaments. He won the Fall Skirmish Tournament with Turner (Tfue) in October 2018. On March 3, 2018, alongside Jaomock, 72hrs, and SpaceLyon, Dennis became a member of FaZe Clan and was chosen as captain of the FaZe Fortnite roster. Due to unfortunate circumstances that Dennis has stated also happened to Turner, Dennis announced in June 2019 that he was departing from FaZe, at that moment no longer associating himself with the group. This happened weeks after Turner’s departure from FaZe, the only difference being that Dennis still had good words to say about FaZe. He is 24 years old and was born on December 26, 1995.

Cloak Awards and Achievements

Date Prize Tournament Won Game
2018-10-28 1st Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 6 – Grand Finals $255,000.00 Fornite
2018-07-20 2nd Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 2 NA $48,000.00 Fortnite
2018-10-05 8th Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 3 NA $30,000.00 Fornite
2018-08-10 5th Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 5 NA $20,000.00 Fortnite
2018-10-28 2nd Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Clubs Standings $10,000.00 Fortnite
2018-08-18 5th Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 6 NA (Day 2) $7,825.00 Fortnite
2018-09-27 2nd Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 1 Trial $6,250.00 Fortnite
2019-12-08 7th Fortnite Champion Series – Chapter 2 – Season 1 – Grand Finals: NA East $5,625.00 Fortnite
2018-07-08 1st NerdOut’s Anything Goes Tournament $5,000.00 Fortnite

Cloak History

Dennis started his career playing H1Z1 professionally. During the PUBG genre, he was a member of team ‘KnightsGG.’ On January 24, 2018, Dennis once created a World Record for most eliminations in a single game of Fortnite, having 34 eliminations. He started gaining more growth since the World Record and becoming a member of FaZe one month later.

Cloak Controversy

Outburst with Tfue

Dennis and his friends Tfue and 72hrs have been Fortnite competitive trio partners several times. Three of them placed 11th in the first week of the trio champion series, and 5th place on the 2nd week.  The outburst started by Tfue asking for another trio, Dennis tweeting about doing an advertisement, and 72hrs asking for trio partners as well . Tfue then turned his stream on several minutes later. And around the beginning of the stream, Dennis was spamming Tfue in the chat stating “If you want to play we have to cut an hour short for this one and start an hour late for next @Tfue”, meaning they are going to play the next trio champion series an hour late. Tfue made the response stating that Dennis and 72hrs have not been playing Fortnite as much as they used to, such as playing World of Warcraft Classic and taking a break from Fortnite. However, Tfue thought they were still going to play the trio champion series. Tfue was also offered by Madden to play their game for $140,000. Tfue declined the offer because he thought he was still going to play with his trio Dennis and 72hrs. Tfue later said he was not upset, but Dennis and 72hrs did not tell Tfue about the deal when they were playing Madden for a brand deal.

Cloak Response

When Dennis was doing a viewing party, he responded about Tfue declining the brand deal, stating that Tfue made a dumb decision to decline the brand deal.

When 72hrs was playing World of Warcraft Classic, he responded about himself and Dennis accepting the brand deal with Madden and later on asked Tfue about it so they could be a trio in the game.

Cloak Trivia

Dennis’s Fortnite username was ‘FaZe Cloak’, but wanted to change the name to ‘Cloakzy’ (since the name was already taken, and was possibly thinking of departing from FaZe at this time). Dennis told Epic Games via Email to get the name, but had to pay $20,000 (according to Dennis). Since Dennis refused, his name was instead changed to ‘Clkzy’.

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