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This article is about 100 Thieves, a Call of Duty team that competed from 2016-2019. For the Call of Duty League franchise team, see Los Angeles Thieves.
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100 Thieves
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Team Information
Org Location
United States
North America
OwnerMatthew "Nadeshot" Haag
Cash App
Rocket Mortgage
Affiliated Team(s)Los Angeles Thieves
Created (1)CoD Division: 2016-04-18
Disbanded (1)CoD Division: 2016-07-07
Created (2)CoD Division: 2018-08-28
Disbanded (2)CoD Division: 2019-08-29
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100 Thieves is an American esports organization created by Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag. It is currently affiliated with the Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert. They currently field teams in League of Legends, Fortnite, Apex Legends and Valorant. They own the CDL franchise Los Angeles Thieves.


Black Ops 3[]

100 Thieves was founded by Nadeshot on April 18, 2016. The Call of Duty team KingPapey was bought out by Nadeshot to form the first roster. The team originally consisted of Royalty, Nelson, Examples, and Johnny. This team qualified for the CWL Stage 2 through the relegation tournament when they were known as "KingPapey" by eliminating Call of Duty veterans, Team Kaliber. 100 Thieves, with ACHES and Remy replacing Nelson and Examples, attended MLG Anaheim Open 2016. But they struggled in pool play finishing last in their group with an 0-3 record. They matched up against Cloud9 Eclipse in losers round one and lost 3-0 giving them a 17th-20th placing. This placing led the team to NaDeSHoT disbanding the Call of Duty roster and leaving the Call of Duty eSports scene.

Black Ops 4[]

100 Thieves rejoined Call of Duty after a two year hiatus with the pickup of Fero and Kenny on August 28, 2018, later adding Octane on August 31, 2018. With the 2019 SEAson going 5v5, 100T completed their 5-man roster with adding SlasheR and Enable on September 26, 2018. By signing five of the best players from the World War II season, 100T was one of the favorites going into CWL Las Vegas Open. Things did not go planned. After starting off Pool Play 2-0, they lost to eUnited and Team Sween which put them in third place - losers bracket. They defeated G2 Esports in Losers Round 3 before getting eliminated by Luminosity Gaming in Losers Round 4 for a Top 12 finish. It was a poor placing but it qualified them for the important CWL Pro League Qualifier. At the qualifier, 100T started 1-2 and were down 0-2 to Mazer Gaming in their fourth match, a loss here would eliminated them from potential qualification. The team dug deep, reverse swept Mazer, and then won their final two matches to somehow get Top 2 in the pool, auto qualifying them for the league. This was too close for confort though, and internal problems with roles and personalities forced Fero out of the starting lineup with Priestahh coming in on loan from FaZe Clan, along with new coach Crowder. The team spent a lot of time practicing to get ready for the beginning of the CWL Pro League that would begin in just a few weeks later. 100 Thieves went 5-2 in their first split and went into CWL Fort Worth with renewed spirits after their roller coaster beginning to the season. Placed in Pool B, the team won two of their three matches, but so did two other teams. They were sent to the losers bracket on head to head tiebreakers. They caught fire in the losers bracket by defeating eUnited, Denial Esports, and Team Heretics before facing off against Enigma6 Group in Losers Round 4. After winning map 1 and going up 5-1 in the Search and Destroy, Priestahh threw up on stage and had to be replaced by Fero for the remainder of the series and tournament. They won the series 3-1 before falling to Team Reciprocity in the next round. Many believe 100 Thieves had a great chance at winning the whole event had Priestahh not gotten sick. The full team returned for the first cross-division split of the league. They went 3-1, only losing to Midnight Esports in map 5. Next, the team crossed the Atlantic for the sole non US event of the year, CWL London. 100 Thieves beat Team Reciprocity and Enigma6 Group before losing to OpTic Gaming. After storming through the winners bracket, the two teams faced off again in the Winners Final. 100 Thieves had played OpTic on maps that were not their best in Pool Play, this confusion allowed 100T to get their actual best maps in the bracket stage, and sent OpTic to losers 3-1. eUnited challenged the team from losers, but 100 Thieves won that series 3-1 and took home the first ever championship for the organization in any esport. Octane took home the MVP and the team returned stateside for the mid season break.


  • 2016
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • January 13, Team is sponsored by AT&T[27]
  • January 29, Team is sponsored by OMEN.[28]
  • April 7, CouRage (Content Creator to Content Creator/Co-Owner) and Valkyrae (Content Creator to Content Creator/Co-Owner) change positions.[29]

Player Roster[]



Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team

SlasheRAustin LiddicoatPlayerSep 20182018-09-26Oct 20192019-10-24OpTic Gaming Los Angeleslogo std.pngOGLA

KennyKenneth WilliamsPlayerAug 20182018-08-28Oct 20192019-10-24OpTic Gaming Los Angeleslogo std.pngOGLA

EnableIan WyattPlayerSep 20182018-09-26Oct 20192019-10-21Seattle Surgelogo std.pngSEA

OctaneSam LarewPlayerAug 20182018-08-31Oct 20192019-10-21Seattle Surgelogo std.pngSEA

PriestahhPreston GreinerPlayer
On Loan
Jan 20192019-01-28Aug 20192019-08-21Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngATL

CrowderJames Crowder
Apr 20192019-04-18Jul 20192019-07-21100 Thieveslogo std.png100T

FeroMaurice HenriquezPlayerAug 20182018-08-28Apr 20192019-04-18Team Envylogo std.pngENVY

RemyRemington IhringerPlayerMay 20162016-05-23Jul 20162016-07-07Team Allegiancelogo std.pngALG

ACHESPatrick PricePlayerMay 20162016-05-19Jul 20162016-07-07CompLexity Gaminglogo std.pngcoL

JohnnyJohn Cookson
Apr 20162016-04-18Jul 20162016-07-07Lethal Gaminglogo std.pngLTHL

RoyaltyMatthew FaithfullPlayerApr 20162016-04-18Jul 20162016-07-07Team Allegiancelogo std.pngALG

NelsonBrandon McKinneyPlayerMay 20162016-05-23Jun 20162016-06-23Pnda Gaminglogo std.pngPnda

ExamplesAlex HartlaubPlayerApr 20162016-04-18May 20162016-05-23Team Lethallogo std.pngTLTH

NelsonBrandon McKinneyPlayerApr 20162016-04-18May 20162016-05-18100 Thieveslogo std.png100T



C ID Name Position
Nadeshot Matthew Haag 80Founder & CEO
CouRage Jack Dunlop 80Content Creator/Owner
Valkyrae Rachel Hofstetter Content Creator/Owner
Tommey Thomas Trewren 80Content Creator
Rated Rhys Price 80Content Creator
Enable Ian Wyatt 80Content Curator
John Robinson President & COO
Dan Gilbert Co-Owner
Drake Aubrey Drake Graham Co-Owner
Scooter Braun Scott Samuel Braun Co-Owner
notnosaj Jason Ton VP of Finance and Operations
Maelk Jacob Toft-Andersen VP of Esports
Doug Barber VP of Brand and Apparel
Jeremy Azevedo VP of Content
Julie Van VP of People
Mark Rasoul VP of Marketing
Matty Lee VP of Partnerships
msepso Michael Sepso Board of Directors
Hillary Gilmore Head of Partnerships, East and Midwest
Brian Farmer Brand Strategist
Mike Aransky Executive Producer & Head of Content
GabeJRuiz Gabriel Ruiz Executive Producer
Jackson Dahl Senior Director of Talent and Entertainment
Julia Wu Director of Marketing
Chris Lamb Director of Partnerships
Snipetality Logan Dodson Director of Post Production
Wieds Lauren Wiedmeier Human Resources Director
Chad Steiner Account Director
Wex Alex Wechsler Senior Producer, Programming and Development
Olivia Gastaldo Senior Producer
Terence Deutsch Senior Manager, Live Streaming and Technology Operations
Kelsey Schultz Senior Account Manager
kinro415 Allison Ornik Senior Account Manager
cewiiina Celina Wang Esports Operations Manager
jess Jessica Cheu Operations and Facilities Manager
Katie Chan Finance Manager
Alexandra Salamunovich Production Manager
Blackbeard Jonathan Schmid Social Media Manager
Ibrahim Eljeilat Talent Development Manager
SesoHQ Gregory Ortiz Graphic Designer
Anna Molly Anna Hongo Marketing Coordinator
Ricky Ricky Lam Production Coordinator


C ID Name Position Next Team
Muddawg Eric Sanders 80Head of Esports Operations OpTic Gaming Los Angeleslogo std.pngOpTic Gaming Los Angeles
Crowder James Crowder 80Head Coach Atlanta FaZelogo std.pngAtlanta FaZe
NICKMERCS Nick Kolcheff 80Content Creator FaZe Clanlogo std.pngFaZe Clan

Team Achievements[]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place
Tournament tier
100 Thieves Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
2021-06-2341 World Series of Warzone Season 1 NA Trios Nadeshot •  SlasheR •  Kenny
2020-12-203 - 4$ 10,000$ 10,000$ 10,000 New York Subliners $100K WarzoneMania 1 Tommey •  Rated •  Enable
2019-08-182$ 260,000$ 260,000$ 260,000 Call of Duty World League Championship 2019 Kenny •  Octane •  SlasheR •  Enable •  Priestahh Crowder
2019-07-215 - 6$ 43,750$ 43,750$ 43,750 CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs Kenny •  Octane •  SlasheR •  Enable •  Priestahh Crowder
2019-07-053 - 4$ 86,875$ 86,875$ 86,875 CWL Pro League 2019 Kenny •  Octane •  SlasheR •  Enable •  Priestahh Crowder
2019-06-161$ 125,000$ 125,000$ 125,000 CWL Anaheim 2019 Kenny •  Octane •  SlasheR •  Enable •  Priestahh Crowder
2019-05-051$ 125,000$ 125,000$ 125,000 CWL London 2019 Kenny •  Octane •  SlasheR •  Enable •  Priestahh Crowder
2019-03-174$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000 CWL Fort Worth 2019 Kenny •  Octane •  SlasheR •  Enable •  Priestahh Crowder •  Fero
2019-02-225 - 8$ 250$ 250$ 250 CWL Blackout After Dark 2019-02-22 SlasheR •  Octane
2019-01-20Q CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier Kenny •  Fero •  Octane •  SlasheR •  Enable
Total Prize:USD 675,875


  • 2016
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021

Team Videos[]

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