According to HLTV.org, The North American organisation 100 Thieves have decided to parts away with their Counter-Strike roster. 100 Thieves signed the Australian roster of Renegades one year back to again make an entry into CS: GO.
The announcement will be made soon about the withdrawal from Counter-Strike. According to a report, the team’s star player, Justin”jks” Savage will join the Complexity.
100 Thieves is formed by ex Call of Duty player of OpTic Gaming, Matthew”Nadeshot” Haag and Cleveland Cavaliers an NBA team. In 2017, North American organization decided to enter in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene with the signing of a Brazilian roster of Immortals. The Brazilian roster featured Henrique”HEN1″ Teles, Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles and Vito”kNgV-“Giuseppe, which had reached the PGL Major Krakow in 2017. Due to some major issues and not even making for any major tournament the lineup is released except kNgV-.
In 2019, 100 Thieves returned back to the competitive scene by signing the Renegades roster which had the Aaron”AZR” Ward, Justin”jks” Savage, Joakim”jkaem” Myrbostad, Jay”Liazz” Tregillgas, Sean”Gratisfaction” Kaiwai, Aleksandar”kassad” Trifunović. The first big achievement for the team came by reaching in the semi-final at the StarLadder Major. The present roster is as follows –
- Aaron “Azr” Ward
- Justin “jks” Savage
- Joakim “jkaem” Myrbostad
- Jay “Liazz” Tregillgas
- Sean “Gratisfaction” Kaiwai
2020 – Not a great year for the team
2020 has not gone as planned for 100 Thieves, the team struggled to get back in form. The team has not been able to sustain itself from the past few months and failed to grab the spot in the top 10 best teams in the world. 100 Thieves has a great player like who performed great in 2020 with an average rating of 1.16 and was named one of the best players of 2019. Though the team holds a spot in both, ESL Pro League and BLAST Premier. It is very unclear, whether 100 Thieves will come up with a new squad or they will give their spot to another team.