100 Thieves CEO on CS:GO pro scene: "It's very expensive, it's really hard to build a winning team"

Founder and CEO of 100 Thieves Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag shared his opinion on the current state of the CS:GO pro scene during a broadcast on his Twitch channel. According to him, the maintenance of a high-level team requires significant financial expenses.

Nadeshot added that he would gladly return 100 Thieves to CS:GO, which the club left last year, however, when making such a decision, not everything is up to his desire.

I would always love to be a part of CS:GO, man. It's just a really hard game to manage and build a winning team. I mean, if I had it my way, we would have a CS:GO team today. I love the game, I love the community, I love the rivalry, I love the history of the game. I think it's incredible to watch even if you don't play it, but it's very expensive, it's really hard to build a winning team, it takes a lot of time, it takes the right combination of players and there's a lot of hurdles there. That's why I have a ton of respect for a lot of other organizations that have made it work. It's not easy. So if you're supporting teams that are playing in the Majors, make sure you buy those stickers because the teams really need that money.

100 Thieves had two unsuccessful attempts to gain a foothold in the CS:GO pro scene. At the end of 2017, the North American club signed the Brazilian Immortals lineup yet ceased cooperation with the players a month later. In the fall of 2019, the organization signed the Renegades roster but exited CS:GO a year later due to problems associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

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