Nadeshot and Valkyrae discusses commitment to 100 Thieves following rumours – The latest buzz centers around Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag and Rachell ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter, co-founder and co-owner, respectively, of the renowned esports organization 100 Thieves. Speculations about their departure surfaced on December 10, triggering concerns among fans as both influencers seemingly distanced themselves from the brand on social media.
The chatter gained momentum as eagle-eyed fans noticed the absence of the 100 Thieves logo on Nadeshot and Valkyrae’s Twitter profiles. Adding fuel to the fire, the official 100 Thieves account unfollowed both influencers, intensifying suspicions of a significant shift within the organization.
Nadeshot and Valkyrae discusses commitment to 100 Thieves following rumours
In response to the escalating rumors, Nadeshot took to his December 10 live stream to set the record straight. Responding to a viewer who pointed out that Google now labeled him as the “former CEO of 100 Thieves,” Nadeshot emphatically declared, “Google doesn’t know me.” He reassured his audience that until he announces any changes, there is no cause for concern, stating, “Leave me be.”
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Valkyrae, a pivotal figure in 100 Thieves since 2018 and a co-owner since 2021, echoed Nadeshot’s sentiments. During her recent stream, she directly addressed the speculation about her departure, explaining that the absence of 100 Thieves from her Twitter bio was simply due to promotion of her upcoming merchandise launch. “I’m still in 100 Thieves, I’m still a co-owner of 100 Thieves,” she affirmed, putting to rest any doubts about her ongoing commitment to the organization.
Despite the clear statements from both Nadeshot and Valkyrae, a lingering sense of uncertainty remains among fans. As the esports community waits for official updates from 100 Thieves, one thing is certain – the intrigue surrounding the organization and its founders is far from over.