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100 Thieves Returns to Competition in CS:GO

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Since 100 Thieves’ ugly exit from CS:GO in early 2018, the organization has been trying to get back in. Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag made that happen a few months ago, and the team is ready to compete.

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Back in November, Nadeshot and Co. announced the new 100T team. The former-Renegades roster met all the requirements the Thieves wanted, and the mostly-Aussie team quickly got to work.

Consisting of Aaron “AZR” War, Justin “jks” Savage, Joakim “jkaem” Myrbostad, Jay “liazz” Tregillgas and Sean “Gratisfaction” Kaiwai, this iteration of 100T CS:GO has made strides.

For most of the time before their signing, the Renegades of old were a good team but were never anything to write about. As they begin the BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 season, they’re a group of tier-one hopefuls.

This year is vital for 100 Thieves, as they hope to solidify their place among CS:GO’s elite.

Upcoming Tournaments

Currently, the team is competing in the BLAST Premier tournament but has more events lined up for 2020. Intel Extreme Masters XIV and Season 11 of the ESL Pro League are just a few of the events they’ll partake in this year.

You can catch 100T playing on Blast Premier’s Twitch from now until the February 16, depending on the team’s performance.


Featured image courtesy of 100 Thieves.

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