The New Envy Fortnite

UPDATE: TAPLY will be moving to a reserve position due to family issues and “Gorilla” will replace him on the active roster.

Myles “Gorilla” Cayenne currently resides in Edmonton, Canada. He joins Envy after serving as Team Captain of BOXR’s Fortnite squad. Cayenne is no stranger to the Fortnite scene, participating in pro scrims since April 2018. Find him on Twitter: and on Twitch:

The starting line-up is now as follows:





Team Envy is very excited to announce our new competitive Fortnite roster! The team consists of four players from various gaming backgrounds who have been together for several months. Get familiar with your new Team Envy representatives!  

Nicholas “Scatch” Scatch

Twitter: Envy_scatch

Twitch: envy_scatch

Hailing from Chicago Illinois, Scatch got his start as a skilled Counter Strike 1.6 player, and competed in numerous LANs. He has played CSGO ESEA-Main and will serve as Envy’s team captain.

David “LeNain” Bois

Twitter: Envy_LeNain

Twitch:  lenaintv

LeNain lives in Quebec, Canada, and is a former professional in Clash Royale and Brawl Stars having reached rank #1 on the leaderboards. He has also competed in H1Z1 on a competitive level.

Bradley “Shotang” Leo

Twitter:  Envy_shotang

Twitch:  shotaang

From Ontario, Canada, Shotang is rank #18th in Canada for PC solo wins in Fortnite. He competed most recently in Fortnite’s Solo Showdown event.

Nicolas “TAPLY” Chiodoni

Twitter:  TAPLY18

Twitch:  taply18

TAPLY is from Quebec, Canada and has extensive experience in competitive Call of Duty.

“We’ve been working so hard for this, and the [Fortnite] esports community will see that in our matches. We will be on top of every tournament. No excuses. We’re excited to be representing Team Envy as our grind continues,” said Scatch.

Help us in welcoming the new Fortnite team and be sure to follow @Envy and our players for future updates, events and match details.

About Envy Gaming

Envy Gaming, Inc. is the owner and operator of popular esports franchise Team Envy and Overwatch League franchise the Dallas Fuel. Founded as a professional Call of Duty team in 2007, owner Mike Rufail has grown the Dallas-based organization into one of the largest and most-winning esports groups in the world. Today, Envy Gaming competes, streams and produces content across Overwatch, Call of Duty, PUBG, Street Fighter V, Rocket League, Paladins, FIFA and Fortnite. Envy was named the 2016 Esports Team of the Year. For more information on Envy, visit or follow @Envy on Twitter.