|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||February 24, 1995|
|8-12 UNiTE||??? 2013||Nov 2013|
|Strictly Business||Dec 2013||Jan 2014|
|OpTic Gaming||Jan 2014||Jan 2014|
|Strictly Business||Jan 2014||Apr 2014|
|FaZe Black||Apr 2014||June 2014|
|Denial eSports||June 2014||Jan 2015|
|Team EnVyUs||Jan 2015||Jun 2015|
|Team eLevate||Jun 2015||Oct 2015|
|Enigma6 Gold||Nov 2015||Dec 2015|
|Luminosity Gaming||Dec 2015||Oct 2017|
|Echo Fox||Oct 2017||Oct 2018|
|Evil Geniuses||Oct 2018||Dec 2018|
|Pittsburgh Knights||Jan 2019||Jan 2019|
|Midnight Esports||Mar 2019||Current|
Renato "Saints" Forza is a professional American Call of Duty player, who most recently played for Evil Geniuses. He is well-known for his roles on teams like Strictly Business, FaZe Black, Denial eSports, Team EnVyUs, and Team eLevate. He is currently playing for Midnight Esports.
Saints started playing Call of Duty on the original Xbox, beginning with Call of Duty 3, falling in love with the franchise. He was merely a pub player all the way up until Call of Duty: World at War, when his friend showed him GameBattles. He had always been a competitive person, playing sports in school, so playing video games in a competitive setting was natural for him.
He didn't hit his stride until his freshman year of high school though, when he found out that Dedo was on his soccer team. They conversed about GameBattles and competitive Call of Duty and started to play on the doubles ladder together shortly after. Saints and Dedo ended up teaming for MLG Dallas 2011 for Call of Duty: Black Ops and placed in the Top 20. It only took him two more events to receive pro status that year and Saints has been one of the best pro players since.
- Saints got his alias due to his favorite soccer team being the Santos FC. (Santos translated in English is Saints)
- When Saints isn't practicing or competing in Call of Duty, you can probably find him at the gym.
- His favorite moment from his Call of Duty career is when he clutched a 1v3 situation in S&D to bring his team back in the MLG National Championship 2011