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It was established in 2017 by Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag, the former OpTic Gaming Call of Duty captain and NBA team Cleveland Cavaliers and it has and interesting evolution and implication in the Esports community.
100 Thieves Recent Results
The history of 100 Thieves on the CSGO Scene is full of ups and downs with their initial roster that was formed in late 2017. Nonetheless, at the beginning of 2019, 100 Thieves reappeared in the professional CS:GO arenas with the acquisition of the Australian Renegades roster.
Results were quick and in their first big tournament, the new team finished 2nd in the Intel Extreme Master XIV – Beijing, losing to Astralis in the tournament’s final.
|10.11.2019||Intel Extreme Masters XIV – Beijing||2nd||$50,000|
|27.09.2020||ESL Pro League Season 12: North America||2nd||$38,000|
|05.12.2019||ESL Pro League Season 10 – Finals||7th-8th||$17,000|
|13.06.2020||DreamHack MAsters Spring 2020: North America||3rd||$15,000|
|03.04.2020||ESL Pro League Season 11: North America||5th||$15,000|
On League of Legends scene, 100 Thieves showed more consistency, their team being one of the teams that form the North American League of Legends Championship Series.
The roster earned a qualification at the 2018 World Championship and most recently finished the LCS Summer 2019 split on the 8th spot.
|17.10.2018||9-12th||2018 World Championship||$145,125|
|08.04.2018||2nd||NA LCS Spring 2018||$50,000|
|08.09.2918||4th||NA LCS Summer 2018||$20,000|
|07.07.2018||2nd||Rift Rivals 2018: NA vs EU||$5,000|
|16.08.2020||7-th||LCS Summer 2020||$0|
100 Thieves Current Winnings
In terms of total winnings, 100 Thieves have collected almost 3,313,000 $ dollars from all the tournaments they participated in according to Esports Earnings.
Surprisingly, 100 Thieves biggest achievements don’t come from CSGO or LOL, but from Fortnite and Call Of Duty. The org’s Duo team made up from Elevate and Ceice reaching the 3rd spot in the Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 and earning no less than $1,800,000. Similarly, in 2019 their COD roster finished second in the Call of Duty World League Championship 2019 and earned over $260,000 in prize money. Earlier in the year, the same team won the CWL Anaheim and London events.
- Fortnite Earnings: $2,197,413
- LOL Earnings: $220,125
- COD Earnings:$666,865
100 Thieves’s Active Squads
Back in 2017 the organization picked a Brazilian Global Offensive squad, but due to various controversies, the team split without playing any official match. In late October 2019, the CS:GO team re-entered Global Offensive, but a year later they’ve decided once again to drop out from the CS:GO scene.
On November 20th, 2017, 100 Thieves’s LoL team acquired a slot in the LCS franchised league. They’ve managed to make it to LCS finals and wolds just once.
CSGO Inactive and Former Squad
|AZR (inactive)||Aaron Ward|
|Liazz (inactive)||Jay Tregillgas|
|Gratisfaction (inactive)||Sean Kawai|
|jks (former)||Justin Savage|
|Jkaem (former)||Joakim Myrbostad|
|Chet (Coach – former)||Chet Singh|
(Coach – former)
LoL Active Squad
|Ssumday||Kim Chan-ho (김찬호)|
|Contractz||Juan Arturo Garcia|