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100 Thieves

[e][h]100 Thieves
Team Information
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Total Winnings:
$67,000
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History
Created:
2017-11-20
: 2017-12-12
Upcoming Matches

No Upcoming Matches

Upcoming Tournaments
ESL One: Rio 2020 ESL One: Rio 2020
2020-05-11 00:00:00 UTC
May 11 - 24

100 Thieves is an American organization formed by former OpTic Gaming Call of Duty player, co-owner and personality, Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag and NBA team Cleveland Cavaliers. In late 2017, the organisation picked a Brazilian Counter Strike: Global Offensive squad. However, due to various setbacks and controversies, the squad eventually parted ways with the organization without having played a single official match. Eventually they re-entered CS:GO with the acquisition of the Australian Renegades roster.

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Active Squad
ID Name Join Date
Australia AZR In-Game Leader Aaron Ward 2019-10-31 [5]
Australia jks Justin Savage 2019-10-31 [5]
Norway jkaem Joakim Myrbostad 2019-10-31 [5]
Australia Liazz Jay Tregillgas 2019-10-31 [5]
New Zealand Gratisfaction Sean Kaiwai 2019-10-31 [5]
Serbia kassad (Coach) Aleksandar Trifunović 2019-10-31 [5]

Former[edit]

Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Brazil HEN1 Henrique Teles 2017-12-12 [1] 2018-01-31 [4] Não Tem Como
Brazil LUCAS1 Lucas Teles 2017-12-12 [1] 2018-01-31 [4] Não Tem Como
Brazil fnx Lincoln Lau 2017-12-12 [1] 2018-01-31 [4] Não Tem Como
Brazil bit In-Game Leader Bruno Lima 2017-12-12 [1] 2018-01-31 [4] Não Tem Como
Brazil bLecker (Coach) Rodolfo Blecker 2017-12-12 [2] 2018-01-31 [4] Neverest eSports
Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Brazil kNgV- Vito Giuseppe 2017-12-12 [1] 2018-01-25 [3] Virtue Gaming

Organization[edit]

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Organization
ID Name Position Join Date
United States Nadeshot Matthew Haag Founder & Owner 2017-11-20
Denmark Maelk Jacob Toft-Andersen VP of Esports 2019-06-19
Australia GoMeZ Chris Orfanellis Manager 2019-10-31 [5]

Former[edit]

Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Organization
Brazil bLecker Rodolfo Blecker Manager 2017-12-12 [2] 2018-01-31 [4] Neverest eSports

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