100 Thieves are ready to enter CS:GO Competitive scene
Founder and owner of 100 Thieves Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag announced that he will be going to Starladder Major 2019 next week to "sign the championship line-up". The head of the American multi-gaming did not tell with whom he intends to negotiate.
I am so damn excited to enter CS:GO and assemble a Championship caliber roster. We are flying to Berlin next week for the conclusion of the Major with a goal of signing players that are hungry to build a winning legacy here with @100Thieves. Let’s get to work!— 100T Nadeshot (@Nadeshot) August 30, 2019
100 Thieves made her CS:GO debut in December 2017, buying back three Immortals players who retained their major invite after a successful performance at PGL Major Karakow 2017. Two months later, the squad was disbanded due to problems with completing the rosters and obtaining an American visa for Brazilians.