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CompLexity Gaming is a professional esports team which was founded by Jason “1” Lake in 2003 as a Counter Strike 1.6 clan. They are one of the world’s premier professional gaming brands and a global leader in esports entertainment.
This is a list of Complexity Gaming’s social media profiles on various platforms.
This is the official Complexity Gaming Twitch live stream.
This is a playlist of all of the official Complexity Gaming YouTube channel videos.
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This is the official Complexity Gaming Discord channel.
100 Thieves is a gaming lifestyle company and esports team built at the intersection of competitive gaming, entertainment, and apparel. 100 Thieves was founded on April 18th, 2016 by Matthew “Nadeshot“ Haag, the former Optic Gaming Call of Duty captain, X Games Gold medalist, and 2014 esports athlete of the year. After retiring from competitive play, Nadeshot went on to build some of the most popular gaming channels on MLG, Twitch, and YouTube, and then founded 100 Thieves as a creative outlet for his passions in competitive gaming, storytelling, and street wear.
This is a list of 100 Thieves social media profiles across various platforms.
This is the official 100 Thieves Twitch channel.
This is the verified 100 Thieves Twitter feed.
100 Thieves Apex Legends HISTORY
On February 29th, 2019, 100 Thieves entered Apex Legends with the announcement of signing Gigz.
All 100 Thieves Apex Legends Past Players List
|100 Thieves Apex Legends Tournament Results and Earnings||$1,500.00 From 1 Tournament|
|2019-08-25||2nd||Rivalcade Apex Legends August Rumble||$1,500.00|
100 Thieves CoD HISTORY
100 Thieves was founded by Nadeshot on April 18th, 2016. The Call of Duty team KingPapey was bought out by Nadeshot to form the first roster. The team originally consisted of Royalty, Nelson, Examples, and Johnny. The team withdrew from competitive COD esports for 2017 and 2018, returning for the Black Ops 4 esports season. Then, they withdrew from competitive COD esports for the inaugural season of the 2020 COD League. On November 6th, 2020, the team announced they purchased a 2021 COD League franchise and the LA Optic roster, officially re-entering competitive COD esports for the 2021 season.
All 100 Thieves Call of Duty Pro Players Past and Present
100 Thieves COD Black Ops 3 History (2016)
100 Thieves was founded by Nadeshot on April 18th, 2016. The Call of Duty team KingPapey was bought out by Nadeshot to form the first roster. The team originally consisted of Royalty, Nelson, Examples, and Johnny. This team qualified for the Call of Duty World League Stage 2 through the relegation tournament when they were known as “KingPapey” by eliminating Call of Duty veterans, Team Kaliber.
100 Thieves attended the 2016 MLG Anaheim Open with ACHES and Remy replacing Nelson and Examples. They struggled in pool play finishing last in their group with an 0 wins and 3 loss record. They matched up against Cloud9 Eclipse in the 1st losers bracket round and lost 3 maps to 0 giving them a 17th-20th placing. NaDeSHoT disbanded the Call of Duty team after the event.
All 100 Thieves COD BLACK OPS 3 Pro Players Past and Present
|100 Thieves COD Black Ops 3 Tournament Results and Earnings||$8,000.00 From 2 Tournaments|
|2016-07-07||12th||NA CWL Pro Division 2016 Stage 2 Regular Season||$8,000|
|2016-06-12||17th – 20th||MLG Anaheim 2016||$0|
100 Thieves COD Black Ops 3 Schedule History
|2016-07-07||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 11||100 Thieves||Elevate||Win||3 – 2||Vod|
|2016-07-06||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 11||OpTic Gaming||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3|
|2016-06-29||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 10||H2k-Gaming||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 0||Vod|
|2016-06-28||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 10||100 Thieves||Team Envy||Loss||1 – 3|
|2016-06-27||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 10||100 Thieves||OpTic Gaming||Loss||2 – 3|
|2016-06-22||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 9||Rise Nation||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 0||Vod|
|2016-06-21||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 9||compLexity||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 2||Vod|
|2016-06-16||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 8||100 Thieves||Dream Team||Loss||0 – 3|
|2016-06-15||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 8||FaZe Clan||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 0||Vod|
|2016-06-12||MLG Anaheim 2016||LR1||100 Thieves||Cloud9 Eclipse||Loss||0 – 3|
|2016-06-11||MLG Anaheim 2016||Group B||100 Thieves||Team Infused||Loss||0 – 3|
|2016-06-10||MLG Anaheim 2016||Group B||Rise Nation||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 0|
|2016-06-10||MLG Anaheim 2016||Group B||H2k-Gaming||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 0|
|2016-06-06||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 7||100 Thieves||Luminosity Gaming||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2016-06-06||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 7||Cloud9||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 1||Vod|
|2016-06-01||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 6||100 Thieves||Team SoloMid||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2016-05-25||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 5||Elevate||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 2|
|2016-05-24||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 5||100 Thieves||H2k-Gaming||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2016-05-18||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 4||Team Envy||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 1||Vod|
|2016-05-17||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 4||100 Thieves||Rise Nation||Loss||0 – 3||Vod|
|2016-05-10||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 3||100 Thieves||compLexity||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2016-05-10||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 3||Dream Team||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 1||Vod|
|2016-04-27||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 2||100 Thieves||FaZe Clan||Loss||0 – 3||Vod|
|2016-04-26||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 2||Luminosity Gaming||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 2||Vod|
|2016-04-19||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 1||100 Thieves||Cloud9||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2016-04-19||CWL NA Pro Division 2016 S2||Week 1||Team SoloMid||100 Thieves||Win||2 – 3||Vod|
100 Thieves COD Black Ops 4 HISTORY (2019)
The 100 Thieves participated in competitive Call of Duty after a two year hiatus. This was also the first year Call of Duty esports demanded a 5 person starting roster. They started their return with the signing of Fero and Kenny on August 28th, 2018. Then, they signed Octane on August 31, 2018. Lastly, they signed SlasheR and Enable on September 26th, 2018.
By signing five of the top players from the Call of Duty: World War 2 season, 100 Thieves was one of the favorites going into the 2019 Call of Duty World League Las Vegas Open tournament. They started off winning 2 matches in pool play. Then, they lost to eUnited and Team Sween which put them in third place and they dropped to the losers bracket. They defeated G2 Esports in the 3rd round of the Losers Bracket before getting eliminated by Luminosity Gaming in the 4th Round of the Losers Bracket to finish in the Top 12. It was a poor placing but it qualified them for the important Call of Duty World League Pro League Qualifier.
At the qualifier, 100 Thieves started off with 1 win and 2 losses and were down 0 maps to 2 to Mazer Gaming in their fourth match. A loss at this point would mean elimination and disqualification. The team reverse swept Mazer, and then won their final two matches and finished in the top 2 in pool play which qualified them for the CWL Pro League.
100 Thieves won 5 matches and lost 2 in their first split and went into the 2019 Call of Duty World League Fort Worth event with renewed spirits. They landed in Pool “B” and won two of their three matches. They were sent to the losers bracket after head to head tiebreakers. They defeated eUnited, Denial Esports, and Team Heretics before facing off against Enigma6 Group in Losers Round 4. After winning the 1st map and winning 5 rounds to 1 in Search and Destroy, Priestahh got sick on stage and had to be replaced by Fero for the remainder of the series and tournament. They won the series 3 maps to 1 before falling to Team Reciprocity in the next round.
The full team returned for the first cross division split of the league. They went were 3 wins and 1 loss in, only losing to Midnight Esports on the 5th map.
Next, the team competed at the 2019 Call of Duty London event. 100 Thieves beat Team Reciprocity and Enigma6 Group before losing to OpTic Gaming. After storming through the winners bracket, the two teams faced off again in the Winners Final. 100 Thieves had played on maps that were not their best in Pool Play versus OpTic. This confusion allowed 100 Thieves to get their best maps in the bracket stage, and this led to OpTic being sent to the losers bracket after winning 3 maps to 1. EUnited challenged the team from the losers bracket, but 100 Thieves won 3 maps to 2 and took home the first ever Championship for the organization in any esport. Octane was named the 2019 Call of Duty World League London MVP.
All 100 Thieves COD BLACK OPS 4 Pro Players Past and Present
All 100 Thieves Pro Black Ops 4 Players
|100 Thieves COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Earnings||$666,875 From 9 Tournaments|
|2018-12-03||2nd||CMG Prodown 2018-12-02/03||$500.00|
|2018-11-19||2nd||CMG Prodown 2018-11-18/19||$500.00|
|2019-08-18||2nd||CWL Championship 2019||$260,000.00|
|2019-07-21||5th – 6th||CWL Pro League 2019 Finals||$43,750.00|
|2019-07-05||3rd – 4th||CWL Pro League 2019||$86,875.00|
|2019-06-16||1st||CWL Anaheim 2019||$125,000.00|
|2019-05-05||1st||CWL London 2019||$125,000.00|
|2019-03-17||4th||CWL 2019 Fort Worth||$25,000.00|
|2019-02-22||5th – 8th||Blackout After Dark 2/22/19||$250.00|
100 Thieves COD Black Ops 4 Schedule History
|Date||Event||Round||Team 1||Team 2||Result||Score||VODs|
|2019-08-18||CWL Championship 2019||GF||eUnited||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 2||Vod|
|2019-08-18||CWL Championship 2019||LF||OpTic Gaming||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-08-18||CWL Championship 2019||LR5||Enigma6 Group||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-08-18||CWL Championship 2019||LR4||Team Reciprocity||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-08-17||CWL Championship 2019||LR3||100 Thieves||Evil Geniuses||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-08-17||CWL Championship 2019||LR2||Sicario Gaming||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-08-16||CWL Championship 2019||LR1||FaZe Clan||100 Thieves||Win||2 – 3||Vod|
|2019-08-16||CWL Championship 2019||WR1||Luminosity Gaming||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-08-15||CWL Championship 2019||Pool F||100 Thieves||Midnight Esports||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-08-15||CWL Championship 2019||Pool F||100 Thieves||FURY Gaming||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-08-14||CWL Championship 2019||Pool F||100 Thieves||Sicario Gaming||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-07-20||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs||LR3||Gen.G||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 2||Vod|
|2019-07-20||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs||LR2||OpTic Gaming||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-07-20||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs||LR1||100 Thieves||Evil Geniuses||Win||3 – 2||Vod|
|2019-07-20||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs||WR2||100 Thieves||FaZe Clan||Loss||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-06-27||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 11||100 Thieves||UYU||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-06-26||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 11||Luminosity Gaming||100 Thieves||Win||2 – 3||Vod|
|2019-06-25||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 11||FaZe Clan||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-06-24||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 11||100 Thieves||Evil Geniuses||Loss||2 – 3||Vod|
|2019-06-16||CWL Anaheim 2019||GF||100 Thieves||Gen.G||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-06-16||CWL Anaheim 2019||WF||100 Thieves||Gen.G||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-06-15||CWL Anaheim 2019||WR2||OpTic Gaming||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-06-15||CWL Anaheim 2019||WR1||100 Thieves||Elevate||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-06-15||CWL Anaheim 2019||Pool D||100 Thieves||Gen.G||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-06-14||CWL Anaheim 2019||Pool D||100 Thieves||Team Envy||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-06-14||CWL Anaheim 2019||Pool D||100 Thieves||Luminosity Gaming||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-06-06||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 10||100 Thieves||Splyce||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-06-05||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 10||Elevate||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-06-04||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 10||Enigma6 Group||100 Thieves||Win||2 – 3||Vod|
|2019-06-03||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 10||100 Thieves||eUnited||Loss||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-05-30||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 9||100 Thieves||Team Heretics||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-05-29||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 9||100 Thieves||Team Envy||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-05-28||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 9||Denial Esports||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-05-05||CWL London 2019||GF||100 Thieves||eUnited||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-05-05||CWL London 2019||WF||OpTic Gaming||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-05-04||CWL London 2019||WR2||100 Thieves||Gen.G||Win||3 – 2||Vod|
|2019-05-04||CWL London 2019||WR1||eUnited||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-05-03||CWL London 2019||Pool A||100 Thieves||OpTic Gaming||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-05-03||CWL London 2019||Pool A||100 Thieves||Enigma6 Group||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-05-03||CWL London 2019||Pool A||100 Thieves||Team Reciprocity||Win||3 – 1||Vod • 2|
|2019-04-04||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 6||100 Thieves||OpTic Gaming||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-04-03||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 6||Gen.G||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod • 2|
|2019-04-02||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 6||100 Thieves||Midnight Esports||Loss||2 – 3||Vod|
|2019-04-01||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 6||Team Reciprocity||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-03-17||CWL Fort Worth 2019||LR5||100 Thieves||Team Reciprocity||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-03-17||CWL Fort Worth 2019||LR4||Enigma6 Group||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-03-16||CWL Fort Worth 2019||LR3||Team Heretics||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-03-16||CWL Fort Worth 2019||LR2||100 Thieves||Denial Esports||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-03-16||CWL Fort Worth 2019||LR1||100 Thieves||eUnited||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-03-15||CWL Fort Worth 2019||Pool B||100 Thieves||Enigma6 Group||Win||3 – 2||Vod|
|2019-03-15||CWL Fort Worth 2019||Pool B||100 Thieves||Red Reserve||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-03-15||CWL Fort Worth 2019||Pool B||100 Thieves||Evil Geniuses||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-02-28||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 4||100 Thieves||Enigma6 Group||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-02-27||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 4||Team Heretics||100 Thieves||Win||0 – 3||Vod|
|2019-02-26||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 4||100 Thieves||Excelerate Gaming||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-02-25||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 4||Team Envy||100 Thieves||Win||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-02-21||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 3||eUnited||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 2||Vod|
|2019-02-20||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 3||100 Thieves||Denial Esports||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-02-19||CWL Pro League 2019||Week 3||Splyce||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-01-19||CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier||Pool C||100 Thieves||Excelerate Gaming||Win||3 – 0||Vod|
|2019-01-18||CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier||Pool C||100 Thieves||Overtime||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2019-01-18||CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier||Pool C||100 Thieves||Mazer Gaming||Win||3 – 2||Vod|
|2019-01-17||CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier||Pool C||100 Thieves||PIT Knights||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2019-01-16||CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier||Pool C||Team Space||100 Thieves||Win||2 – 3||Vod|
|2019-01-16||CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier||Pool C||100 Thieves||Midnight Esports||Loss||0 – 3||Vod|
|2018-12-09||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||LR4||Luminosity Gaming||100 Thieves||Loss||3 – 1||Vod|
|2018-12-09||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||LR3||100 Thieves||G2 Esports||Win||3 – 0|
|2018-12-08||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||Pool A||100 Thieves||Team Sween||Loss||0 – 3||Vod|
|2018-12-08||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||Pool A||100 Thieves||eUnited||Loss||1 – 3||Vod|
|2018-12-07||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||Pool A||100 Thieves||Mindfreak||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
|2018-12-07||CWL Las Vegas Open 2019||Pool A||100 Thieves||Team Reciprocity||Win||3 – 1||Vod|
LA Thieves COD Black Ops Cold War History (2021)
On November 6th, 2020, Nadeshot and the 100 Thieves announced on Twitter that they are joining the COD League for the 2nd season and competing in COD Black Ops Cold War esports as the LA Thieves. They did not compete in the first year of the COD League.
All LA Thieves COD BLACK OPS Cold War Pro Players
2021 LA Thieves COD Player Roster
All LA Thieves sTAFF
2021 LA Thieves Staff Roster
100 Thieves CSGO HISTORY
In December of 2017, 100 Thieves signed a Brazilian CSGO squad. This squad eventually parted ways with the organization without having played a single official match. Then, in October 2019, they signed the Australian Renegades roster.
All 100 Thieves CSGO Pro Players Past and Present
|100 Thieves CSGO Tournament Results and Earnings||$128,500.00 From 8 Tournaments|
|2020-06-14||3rd||DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: North America||$15,000.00|
|2020-06-07||7th-8th||BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Showdown||$7,500.00|
|2020-05-10||6th||ESL One: Road to Rio – North America||$4,000.00|
|2020-04-12||5th||ESL Pro League Season 11: North America||$15,000.00|
|2020-03-01||5th-6th||IEM Season XIV – World Championship||$15,000.00|
|2020-02-16||10th-12th||BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season||$5,000.00|
|2019-12-08||7th-8th||ESL Pro League Season 10: Finals||$17,000.00|
|2019-11-10||2nd||IEM Season XIV – Beijing||$50,000.00|
100 Thieves Fortnite History
All 100 Thieves Fortnite Pro Players Past and Present
|100 Thieves Fortnite Tournament Results and Earnings|
|2020||$83,347.00 From 6 Tournaments|
|2020-05-24||1st||FNCS Invitational – Grand Finals: NA West||$40,000.00|
|2020-05-24||7th||FNCS Invitational – Grand Finals: NA West||$7,000.00|
|2020-02-23||1st||DreamHack Anaheim 2020||$30,000.00|
|2020-02-23||19th||DreamHack Anaheim 2020||$3,000.00|
|2020-02-02||23rd||Australian Open 2020||$2,008.20|
|2020-02-02||25th||Australian Open 2020||$1,338.80|
|2019||$1,954,700.00 From 12 Tournaments|
|2019-09-18||3rd||Contender’s Solos Cash Cup – Week 5 – NAW||$350.00|
|2019-08-14||9th – 16th||Wednesday Wagers: W2||$0.00|
|2019-08-07||3rd – 4th||Wednesday Wagers: W1||$200.00|
|2019-07-28||33rd – 64th||Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 – Solo||$50,000.00|
|2019-07-28||33rd – 64th||Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 – Solo||$50,000.00|
|2019-07-28||28th||Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 – Solo||$50,000.00|
|2019-07-27||3rd||Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 – Duo||$1,800,000.00|
|2019-05-26||17th – 24th||Fortnite World Cup 2019 – Week 7 – NA East||$650.00|
|2019-05-12||25th – 48th||Fortnite World Cup 2019 – Week 5 – NA East||$550.00|
|2019-05-12||17th – 24th||Fortnite World Cup 2019 – Week 5 – NA East||$650.00|
|2019-05-12||9th||Fortnite World Cup 2019 – Week 5 – NA West||$1,000.00|
|2019-04-21||21st||Fortnite World Cup 2019 – Week 2 – NA East||$1,300.00|
|$52,250.00 From 6 Tournaments|
|2018-12-12||33rd – 64th||Fortnite Winter Royale Series 2018 (NA)||$1,500.00|
|2018-10-12||8th||Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 4 NA||$12,500.00|
|2018-09-03||17th||Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 8||$11,250.00|
|2018-07-20||WIN||Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 2 NA||$10,000.00|
|2018-07-14||WIN||Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series – Week 1||$10,000.00|
|2018-07-13||2nd||UMG Friday Fortnite 2018-07-13||$7,000.00|
100 Thieves League of Legends History
All 100 Thieves League of Legends Past Players List
100 Thieves Results for League of Legends
|2018 100 Thieves Results for League of Legends||$220,125.00 From 4 Tournaments|
|2018-11-03||9th-12th||LoL 2018 World Championship||$145,125.00|
|2018-09-09||4th||Riot NA LCS 2018 Summer||$20,000.00|
|2018-07-08||LOSE||Rift Rivals 2018 – NA vs EU||$5,000.00|
|2018-04-09||2nd||Riot NA LCS 2018 Spring||$50,000.00|
|2019 100 Thieves Academy Results for League of Legends||$10,000.00 From 1 Tournaments|
|2019-08-16||9th-12th||NA Academy League Summer 2019||$10,000|
100 Thieves VALORANT History
100 Thieves has a professional VALORANT team that was founded on June 25th, 2020. The organization announced on Twitter that they would compete in VALORANT esports with the roster of Hiko, Valliate, Venerated, YaBoiDre, and Pride.
All 100 Thieves VALORANT Past Players List
100 Thieves VALORANT ESPORTS TOURNAMENT RESULTS AND ESPORTS EARNINGS
This is a list of all of the 100 Thieves VALORANT tournament results and esports earnings.
|100 Thieves VALORANT Tournament Results and Esports Earnings||$750.00 From 4 Tournaments|
|2020-08-09||7th – 8th||FaZe Clan VALORANT Invitational||Hiko, Valliate, Venerated, YaBoiDre, and Pride|
|2020-07-08||7th – 8th||Gamers For Equality||Hiko, Valliate, Venerated, YaBoiDre, and Pride|
|2020-06-28||5th – 6th||T1 x Nerd Street Gamers Showdown||Hiko, Valliate, Venerated, YaBoiDre, and Pride|
|2020-06-07||13th – 16th||Twitch Rivals: VALORANT Launch Showdown NA||$ 750.00||Hiko, Valliate, Venerated, YaBoiDre, and Pride|
The FaZe Clan is a gaming lifestyle company with teams that compete in various esports. The company was founded on May 30th, 2010 and has it’s roots in the Call of Duty community. FaZe Clan is indisputably one of the strongest gaming communities in the world. The owners of FaZe Clan are Banks, Temperrr, Apex, Rain, Rug, Adapt, Offset, Jimmy Lovine, and DJ Paul. The CEO of FaZe Clan is Lee Trink. Headquartered in Los Angeles, United States, the organization fields teams in pro esports such as Call of Duty, CSGO, Fortnite, PUBG, FIFA, Warzone, VALORANT, and more.
This is a list of FaZe Clan’s social media profiles on various platforms.
This is the verified FaZe Clan Twitch live stream.
This is a playlist of all of the verified FaZe Clan YouTube channel videos.
This is the verified FaZe Clan Twitter feed.
FaZe Clan Follow 15,880 5,473,913
28-Time Esports Champions. You can do it too #FaZeUp Scores - @FaZeUpdate
FaZe Clan History
FaZe Sniping made its debut on YouTube on May 30, 2010. Originally, the group were a Call of Duty clan founded by three players, Eric “CLipZ” Rivera, Jeff “House Cat” Emann (now known as “Timid”) and Ben “Resistance” Christensen. The trio garnered a reputation for innovating trick shotting on Call of Duty. Trick shotting had existed in the past, but the FaZe CIan was one of the first to do it as a team.
Their YouTube content became extremely popular after “Fakie” joined FaZe Clan. Then FaZe unveiled the most popular series on their channel, “ILLCAMS“.
In 2014, Thomas “Temperrr” Oliveira, who was running a lot of FaZe’s operations, had Richard ‘Banks’ Bengston move in with him. After that moment, FaZe’s content creators incorporated lifestyle content with their gaming content.
FaZe Clan COD History
On April 9th, 2019, Casey Holdahl reported on Twitter that Meyers Leonard was wearing “Custom FaZe Clan LeBron 16s (basket ball shoes) by Kickstradomis for Meyers Leonard tonight in LA”. This was a teaser to Meyers Leonard announcing that he had been investing in FaZe Clan since March earlier that year. Later, on June 10th, 2019, Josh Hart revealed that he had invested in FaZe Clan. Then, on June 15th, 2019, Meyers Leonard announced on Twitter that he was joining FaZe Clan as FaZe Hammer. His tweet read, “Very proud to announce that I am joining FaZe Clan!! As many of you know, gaming is a huge passion of mine. I am excited to be a part of the premier organization in the space and continue building my brand in the world of gaming and esports.”
On August 25th, 2020, Ben Simmons joined FaZe Clan as FaZe Simmo according to a video they released on Twitter.