100 Thieves founder and CEO Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag teased a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive announcement in a recent YouTube video.


The video, focusing on 100 Thieves' $35 million Series B funding round, features prominent executive members of the team including vice president of esports Jacob "Maelk" Toft-Anderson and head of esports operations Eric "Muddawg" Sanders.


At four minutes into the video, Haag claims, "We're getting a CS:GO team is basically what I'm telling you. We're getting a CS:GO team. We're getting a CS:GO team." Additionally, Rocket League is mentioned as a possible esport the organization is contemplating entering.


A possible signing might be the OpTic Gaming CS:GO team considering Immortals Gaming Club needs to sell the team following its acquisition due to operating MIBR.


100 Thieves briefly signed ex-Immortals at the end of 2017 before releasing the lineup just one month later due to Vito "kNgV-" Giuseppe directing inappropriate language toward CS:GO personality Duncan "Thorin" Shields.


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