100 Thieves

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Hundred Thieves
100 Thieves logo.png
100 Thieves logo
Divisions Call of Duty, League of Legends
Founded 2016
Location Los Angeles, California
Manager Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag
Website https://100thieves.com

100 Thieves, also known as Hundred Thieves, is a professional American eSports team, founded by Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag on April 18, 2016.[1][2] Upon establishment, 100 Thieves signed the Call of Duty team KingPapey in the middle of the Call of Duty World League Relegation Season 1, after they eliminated Call of Duty veterans; Team Kaliber. The team currently only competes in Call of Duty, the team captain is Patrick "ACHES" Price. On May 18, 2016 Nelson left 100 Thieves, calling out the team's lackluster performance.[3] However, he rejoined the team on May 23, 2016 after the team released Johnny and Examples, bringing on Remy to the roster, the entire roster was released on July 7, 2016 after a last place finish in the Call of Duty World League Season 2.[4]

100 Thieves will field a League of Legends roster starting in 2018.[5]


Former players[edit]

ID Name Role Joined Reason For Leaving
ACHES Patrick Price SMG Slayer May 19, 2016 Disbanded
Nelson Brandon McKinney Objective player April 18, 2016, rejoin on May 23, 2016 Disbanded
Royalty Matthew Faithfull AR Slayer April 18, 2016 Disbanded
Remy Remington Ihringer Support May 23, 2016 Disbanded
Johnny John Cookson Anchor April 18, 2016 Roster Change to Remy and Aches
Examples Alex Hartlaub SMG Slayer April 18, 2016 Roster Change to Remy and Aches



ID Name Position
Nadeshot Matthew Haag Owner
NickMercs Nick Kolcheff Content Creator MFAM
xAmpz Gauge Brown Content Creator MFAM
Nio Nio Rooch Content Creator MFAM