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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

100 Thieves is an American esports organization and lifestyle brand based in Los Angeles, California. The organization has teams in League of Legends, Fortnite Battle Royale and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The Thieves' League of Legends team is a franchise team of the League of Legends Championship Series. The organization is owned by founder and ex-Call of Duty pro Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag, Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, rapper Drake and SB Projects founder Scooter Braun.

History

League of Legends

Following the introduction of franchising in the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS), 100 Thieves fielded its inaugural League of Legends roster for the Spring 2018 season with support from the Cleveland Cavaliers organisation,[1] signing Meteos, Ryu, Ssumday,[2] Cody Sun and Aphromoo.[3][4]

100 Thieves finished the 2019 spring regular season in first place after five straight wins and a tiebreaker victory over Echo Fox,[5] giving them a bye into the semifinals, where they defeated Clutch Gaming in a close series.[6] However, 100 Thieves went on to be swept by Team Liquid in the finals.[7]

100 Thieves finished third in the summer regular season and won their quarterfinal series against FlyQuest playing exclusively with Cody Sun as their bot laner, but in the semifinals he was suddenly swapped out for Rikara, despite Rikara having never played in the LCS.[8] 100 Thieves ended up losing to Team Liquid in the semifinals[9] and Team SoloMid in the third-place decider match.[10][11]

In late 2019 it was announced that Cody Sun had rejoined 100 Thieves for the 2020 spring split.[12][13]

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

In December 2017, 100 Thieves signed the former roster of Immortals with the intention of creating a full-fledged professional team. Due to different controversies and problems, the team withdrew from the game completely after just one month. The team never played a competitive match. However, in July 2019, 100 Thieves announced that they would form a new team again.[14] On October 31, 2019, 100 Thieves signed the Australian roster of Renegades[15] and place second in their first tournament, IEM Beijing 2019.

Rosters

Game Nat. Name ID Role
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Australia Justin Savage jks Player
Australia Aaron Ward AZR Player
Norway Joakim Myrbostad jkaem Player
New Zealand Sean Kaiwai Gratisfaction Player
Australia Jay Tregillgas Liazz Player
Serbia Aleksandar Trifunović kassad Head Coach
Fortnite: Battle Royale United States Davis McClellan Ceice Player
Canada Hayden Krueger Elevate Player
United States Gabriel Harlos Kyzui Player
United States Brandon Weaver Klass Player
United States Diego Palma Arkhram Player
United States Brandon Falconer Falconer Player
United States Brett Squires Grandma Player
League of Legends South Korea Kim Chan-ho Ssumday Top Laner
United States William Hartman Meteos Jungler
Australia Tommy Le Ryoma Mid Laner
Canada Liyu Sun Cody Sun Bot Laner
United States William Chen Stunt Support
United States Tony Gray Zikz Head Coach
Australia Richard Su Phantiks Assistant Coach
United States Joseph Jang JungleJuice Strategic Coach
United States Nathan McAdams Kaimera Head Analyst
League of Legends (Academy) United States Aaron Lee FakeGod Top Laner
United States Juan Garcia Contractz Jungler
United States Max Soong Soligo Mid Laner
United States Jacob Feinstein Prismal Bot Laner
United States Brindon Keesey Breezyyy Support
United States Kelsey Moser Kelsey Head Coach

Championships

Call of Duty

Event Name Date Championship Total Prize Money Roster
CWL London 2019
May 3–5, 2019
1
$125,000 Kenny • Octane • Slasher • Enable • Priestahh • Coach: Crowder
CWL Anaheim 2019
June 14–16, 2019
2
$125,000 Kenny • Octane • Slasher • Enable • Priestahh • Coach: Crowder

LCS Academy

Event Name Date Championship Total Prize Money Roster
NA Academy League 2019 Summer Playoffs
August 1-6, 2019
1
$10,000 Ssumday • AnDa • Soligo • Prismal • Stunt • Coach: Kelsey

Tournament results

Call Of Duty

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
06-12-2016 MLG Anaheim Open 2016 0 17th-20th ACHES · Nelson · Remy · Royalty
12-09-2018 CWL Las Vegas Open 2019 0 9th-12th Kenny · Fero · Octane · SlasheR · Enable
01-20-2019 CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier 0 Qualified Kenny · Fero · Octane · SlasheR · Enable
03-17-2019 CWL Fort Worth 2019 $25,000 4th Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Fero · Crowder (coach)
05-05-2019 CWL London 2019 $125,000 1st Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
06-16-2019 CWL Anaheim 2019 $125,000 1st Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
07-05-2019 CWL Pro League 2019 $86,875 3rd-4th Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
07-21-2019 CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs $43,750 5th-6th Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
08-18-2019 Call of Duty World League Championship 2019 $260,000 2nd Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
Total Prize: $665,625

LCS Academy

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
03-16-2018 NA Academy 2018 Spring 0 8th Kaizen · Kitzuo · Levi · Linsanity · Rikara · Whyin
08-10-2018 NA Academy 2018 Summer 0 6th Brandini · Levi · Linsanity · Rikara · Cody Sun · Stunt · JungleJuice (coach)
08-17-2018 NA Academy 2018 Summer Playoffs 0 5th-6th Brandini · Levi · Linsanity · Rikara · Stunt · JungleJuice (coach)
03-15-2019 NA Academy 2019 Spring 0 3rd FakeGod · Fragas · Soligo · Huhi · Prismal · Stunt · Kelsey Moser (coach)
03-21-2019 NA Academy 2019 Spring Playoffs 0 5th-6th FakeGod · Fragas · Soligo · Prismal · Stunt · Kelsey Moser (coach)
07-27-2019 NA Academy 2019 Summer 0 3rd FakeGod · Ssumday· AnDa · Fragas · Soligo · Ryu · Prismal · Bang · Stunt · Aphromoo · Kelsey Moser (coach)
08-16-2019 NA Academy 2019 Summer Playoffs $10,000 1st Ssumday · AnDa · Soligo · Soligo· Prismal · Stunt · Kelsey Moser (coach)
Total Prize: $10,000

LCS

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
03-18-2018 NA LCS 2018 Spring $50,000 1st Ssumday · Meteos · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
04-08-2018 NA LCS 2018 Playoffs 0 2nd Ssumday · Meteos · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
07-08-2019 Rift Rivals 2018 NA-EU 0 2nd Brandini · Levi · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
08-20-2018 NA LCS 2018 Summer 0 3rd Ssumday · Meteos · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
03-18-2018 NA LCS 2018 Summer Playoffs $20,000 4th Ssumday · AnDa · Ryu · Rikara · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
10-17-2018 2018 Worlds Championship Main Event $145,125 9th-12th Ssumday · AnDa · Ryu · Rikara · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
03-24-2019 LCS 2019 Spring 0 10th Ssumday · FakeGod · AnDa · Fragas · Huhi · Soligo · Bang · Aphromoo · Stunt · Pr0lly (coach) · Kelsey Moser (coach)
08-04-2019 LCS 2019 Summer 0 8th Ssumday · FakeGod · Amazing · Soligo · Ryu · Bang · Aphromoo · Stunt · Pr0lly (coach) · Joesph Jang (coach)
Total Prize: $215,125

Fortnite

Date Tournament Prize Placement Player(s)
07-27-2019 World Cup 2019 Duo Finals $1,800,000 3rd Elevate and Ceice
07-27-2019 World Cup 2019 Duo Finals $900,000 5th Arkhram and Falconer
07-28-2019 World Cup 2019 Solo Finals $50,000 60th Ceice
07-28-2019 World Cup 2019 Solo Finals $50,000 53rd Arkhram
07-28-2019 World Cup 2019 Solo Finals $50,000 28th Klass
12-01-2019 DreamHack Winter 2019 $8,500 8th Arkhram
12-01-2019 DreamHack Winter 2019 $2,500 29th Kyzui
12-01-2019 DreamHack Winter 2019 $750 67th Ceice
Total Prize: $2,861,750

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
11-10-2019 Intel Extreme Masters XIV - Beijing $50,000 2nd jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
11-19-2019 ESL Pro League Season 10 - Americas 0 5th-6th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
Total Prize: $50,000

Content creators

Nat. ID Name Join date Notes
United States Nadeshot Matthew Haag April 18, 2016[16] Lives in content house
United States NoahJ456 Noah Johnson June 25, 2018[17]
United States Valkyrae Rachel Hofstetter October 22, 2018[18] Used to live in content house (has moved out in December 2019)
United States Gigz Connor White February 25, 2019[19]
United States CouRageJD Jack Dunlop May 28, 2019[20] Lives in content house
United States Avalanche Brandon June 14, 2019[21] Member of The Mob
Russia Classify Yan June 14, 2019[21] Member of The Mob
United States Froste Erind June 14, 2019[21] Member of The Mob
United States Mako Joseph June 14, 2019[21] Member of The Mob
United States Yassuo Mohammed Abdalrhman August 22, 2019[22]
United States BrookeAB Brooke Ashley Bond October 30, 2019[23] Lives in content house

Partnerships

On January 19, 2018, 100 Thieves announced their first partnership with housing and mortgaging company Rocket Mortgage.[24]

On April 30, 2018, 100 Thieves announced their peripheral partnership with tech company Razer.[25]

On June 28, 2018, 100 Thieves announced their streetwear clothing partner with clothing re-seller site, StockX.[26]

On November 29, 2018, 100 Thieves announced their partnership with energy drink company Red Bull.[27]

On February 18, 2019, 100 Thieves' Call of Duty team announced their partnership with pizza brand Totino's.[28]

On April 12, 2019, 100 Thieves' Fortnite team announced their partnership with pizza brand Totino's to bring them a Fortnite World Cup house.[29]

On April 30, 2019, 100 Thieves peripheral partner Razer partnership ended.

On May 29, 2019, 100 Thieves announced a partnership with Cash App to bring them the Cash App Content House LA.

Investments

In November 2017, 100 Thieves received a multimillion-dollar investment from Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans owner Dan Gilbert allowing the company to expand into a full-fledged esports organization.

On October 23, 2018, 100 Thieves announced that they finished their Series A funding round co-led by Scooter Braun and Drake, who both become co-owners where they raised $25 million. Included in this round was Sequoia Capital, Ludlow Ventures, Courtside Ventures, WndrCo, Marc Benioff, Drew Houston, Green Bay Ventures, Tao Capital and Advancit Capital.

On July 16, 2019, 100 Thieves announced their Series B funding round led by Artist Capital Management which raised $35 million. Included in this round is Aglae Ventures, Groupe Arnault (controlling shareholder of Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy).

Management

Nat. Name Pseudonym Role
United States Matthew Haag Nadeshot Owner / Founder / CEO
United States Daniel Gilbert Dan Owner
Canada Aubrey Drake Graham Drake Owner
United States Scott Samuel Braun Scooter Braun Owner
United States John Robinson Robinson President / COO
United States Jackson Dahl Jackson Director of Business Development
Denmark Jacob Toft-Anderson Maelk VP of Esports
United States Doug Barber Barber VP of Brand and Apparel
United States Julia Wu Julia Senior Marketing Manager
United States Jason Ton metc0n VP Finance and Operations
United States Matty Lee Matty VP of Partnerships
United States Anna Hongo Anna Molly Marketing Coordinator
Syria Ibrahim Eljeilat Ibrahim Business Development
United States Chad Steiner Chad Accountant Director
United States Kelsey Schultz Schultz Accountant Manager
United States Katherine Chan Katherine Accountant
Australia Chris Smith PapaSmithy LOL General Manager
Australia Chris Orfanellis GoMeZ CSGO Manager
Content Team
United States Gabriel Ruiz Gabriel Director of Production
United States Logan Dodson Snipetality Director of Post-Production
United States Mike Aransky Mike Executive Producer / Head of Content
United States Sean Finnegan deepfocus Senior Producer, Branded Content
United States Ted Hayden Ted Lead Editor
United States Marc Urbino Thundörfist Videographer
United States Ricky Johnson Ricky Production Coordinator
United States Jeremy Dempe Jdempe Director of Photography
United States Alex Acarwaga Alpaca Graphics Designer
United States Gregory Ortiz Seso Graphics Designer
United States Alex Renault Nemyxx Editor / Graphics Designer

References

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    WATCH: youtu.be/HscWasQ7V-0"
    (Tweet) – via Twitter.
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