100 Thieves
United States
Joins 100 Thieves
September 28, 2018
SlasheR will join 100 Thieves, the organization confirmed on Thursday.
SlasheR's introduction plus the addition of Enable rounds out 100 Thieves semi-inaugural roster, and at first glance this appears to be the best team in competitive Call of Duty. SlasheR's slaying abilities are legendary in their own right, but coupled with that of Octane and Kenny the former Rise Nation player could be on the verge of a potentially historic competitive season. So long as the personalities mesh and the likes of Kenny and Octane can reprise their success from past seasons, it's hard to pinpoint a team currently constructed that could win in a five-game series against this iteration of 100 Thieves.
Teaming with 100 Thieves
September 28, 2018
Enable will join 100 Thieves, the organization relayed on Thursday.
Enable completes 100 Thieves' roster, as the organization announced in the same breath they were also signing SlasheR. The latter will obviously come with more fanfare, but for an organization set to go "all-in", you'd be hard-pressed to fine a more experienced player than Enable. Despite joining Team Kaliber midseason, the veteran slayer was a valuable player on a roster that nearly won the 2018 World Championships and at least maintained the team's success throughout the later stages of the year. Given 100 Thieves has put together arguably the most well-rounded roster in the new 5-vs-5 era, Enable as the "weakest" link is both a fair statement, and one that should instill fear into fans of any other organization in competitive Call of Duty.
Aligns with 100 Thieves in shocking switch
September 3, 2018
Octane will play for 100 Thieves to begin Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Mike Kent of Dexerto.com reports.
There would have to be an awful lot of inexplicably crazy decisions to top this move as the most surprising of the 2018 offseason, as Octane appeared to be one of the foundations of a new-age of OpTic Gaming. Sure the team failed to make it out of pool play at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, marking the worst finish at the pivotal event in team history, but the blame could hardly be placed on Octane. On his new team, 100 Thieves, Octane could be in fantastic position to perform at a high level, as Kenny figures to be the main SMG presence while Fero will provide plenty of intellect and secondary skills as the main S&D presence. It's a dream team of up-and-coming stars and with just one more roster spot remaining to be revealed, 100 Thieves appear poised to take the Call of Duty scene by storm.
Likely joining 100 Thieves
November 22, 2017
Ssumday is expected to join 100 Thieves in the coming days, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reports.
Ssumday certainly didn't wallow in free agency for long, as the former Team Dignitas top laner only announced his availability a day prior. While it's not necessarily a formality, 100 Thieves appear to be building the rest of their roster with available North American talent, hinting that Ssumday is expected to occupy the team's second import slot, having signed Ryu to open free agency.
Nelson: Listed as starter despite controversy
May 24, 2016
After reportedly walking away from 100 Thieves, Nelson is expected to rejoin the team, team owner Nadeshot reported Monday.
While the situation surrounding the 100 Thieves roster seems to get more bizarre by the minute, it appears at the very least that Nelson will likely keep his spot on the team, if only because the team burned through both of its allotted transaction moves, picking up both Aches and Remy in the last two weeks. Nelson's struggles are well documented at this point, but he could be a candidate to rebound upon his poor numbers with the leadership of the aforementioned Aches and Remy.
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