100 Thieves have decided to withdraw from Counter-Strike, sources with knowledge of the situation have told HLTV.org. The decision, which should be announced soon, comes amid star player Justin “jks” Savage’s seemingly imminent transfer to Complexity. The North American organization entered CS in late 2017 with the signing of a Brazilian roster featuring Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles, Henrique “HEN1” Teles and Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe, the core of the Immortals lineup that had reached the PGL Major Krakow final earlier that year. The team ended up missing ELEAGUE Major Boston due to immigration issues, with kNgV- and then the rest of the lineup being released without even making a tournament appearance for the organization.HLTV
Well well well.. 100 Thieves packing it up in CSGO. And if you’re like me, you’re only thinking of one thing. Freeing up some money in order to buy that Call of Duty League spot from Hecz. While it seems like Nadeshot is doing everything in his power to shoot down this rumor, you can’t help but notice everything is falling into place.
And pointed out by Jake Lucky:
Hecz doesn’t have any ties to 100 Thieves besides being extremely close to the CEO – Nadeshot. Could be some big bro to little bro guidance. But.. we shall see. I will continue to hold onto the wish that LA Thieves will exist in the CoD scene.
Nonetheless, it’s a tough time for 100T CS fans as well as their players. Hoping all the best for the players finding a new home.
Edit: 100 Thieves has posted their official announcement
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