100 Thieves have added another young star to their arsenal of Fortnite players.
Martin “MrSavage” Andersen recently joined 100 Thieves this Thursday. The Fortnite player and streamer will use the 100 Thieves Cash App compound for all of his streaming and competitive matches. The teenager from Norway has won over $150,000 dollars from Fortnite, including a top-30 finish in the Solo and Duo tournaments during the Fortnite World Cup in July 2019.
MrSavage described his unique playstyle as playing passive, “if I feel like I can get a kill then I usually go all-in on it. I only try to take fights when I actually need someone else’s gear.” Andersen left NRG Esports, his previous organization, just over a week ago. MrSavage had risen to fame with NRG, and his announcement to leave shocked many.
Martin recently finished fourth during a Fortnite edition of Twitch Rivals earlier this year, which featured a $1 million prize pool. MrSavage won around $88,000 with both “Rojo” and Richard “KingRichard” Nelson.
MrSavage has amassed a large following on Twitch as well as on Twitter, making him not only a great competitive player but one of the more popular ones as well.
Andersen joins Davis “Ceice” McClellan, Hayden “Elevate” Krueger and Diego “Arkhram” Lima along with other 100T players on the Fortnite roster.
Featured image courtesy of 100 Thieves.
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