The team, 100 Thieves, has been in the process for forming their roster for the 2018 season and making their official debut, but due to roster complications and other issues regarding visas, 100 Thieves is withdrawing from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Our future in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pic.twitter.com/yRJsig6XDu— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) January 31, 2018
The organization has decided to withdraw from the 2018 CS:GO season, but looks forward to bounce back and enter the scene after their learning experience.
Lucas, Hen, Bit and FNX were all GREAT to work with but there have been too many issues that have popped up over the last few months and our small, but still growing, staff doesn’t have the resources to give them the support they need right now. I wish them the best of luck! https://t.co/pKWKuMeADU— 100T Nadeshot (@Nadeshot) January 31, 2018
The time 100 Thieves has spent in the CS:GO scene has truly been a sequence of unfortunate events for both the organization and players.
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