100 Thieves will now not area a Counter-Strike: International Offensive roster after stories Friday that star Justin “jks” Savage could be transferred to Complexity, in line with a story from HLTV.
The group will half with its majority Australian roster only a yr after it signed the group that beforehand competed below the Renegades banner. Since October 2019, the group has continued to be among the many elite within the North American area. Jks’ transfer to Complexity was first reported by DBLTAP. 100 Thieves didn’t reply to a request for remark.
100 Thieves coach Chet “Chet” Singh retired from teaching Counter-Strike: International Offensive on the finish of September, signing a deal to assist construct and coach the brand new VALORANT roster of NRG Esports, his former group. 100 Thieves had not named a substitute.
100 Thieves first entered Counter-Strike in 2017 after it signed the ex-Immortals Brazilian roster led by twins Henrique “HEN1” Teles and Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles. These gamers have been launched simply over a month later amid immigration points and public controversy surrounding participant Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe, who made a demise menace towards analyst Duncan “Thorin” Shields whereas on Immortals and continued to escalate the difficulty throughout his month on 100 Thieves.
Based by former Name of Obligation professional Matthew “Nadeshot” Hagg — identified for his aggressive accomplishments on OpTic Gaming, which led to him changing into a highly-popular influencer post-retirement — 100 Thieves first began as a merchandising model. In 2017, the group took on funding by a number of enterprise capital teams backed by Cleveland Cavaliers proprietor Dan Gilbert and efficiently utilized for a franchising slot within the League of Legends Championship Sequence. Since then, the group has expanded into different esports.