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100 Thieves

100 Thieves CSGO

100 Thieves is a gaming lifestyle company and esports team built at the intersection of competitive gaming, entertainment, and apparel. 100 Thieves was founded on April 18th, 2016 by Matthew Nadeshot Haag, the former Optic Gaming Call of Duty captain, X Games Gold medalist, and 2014 esports athlete of the year. After retiring from competitive play, Nadeshot went on to build some of the most popular gaming channels on MLG, Twitch, and YouTube, and then founded 100 Thieves as a creative outlet for his passions in competitive gaming, storytelling, and street wear.


This is 100 Thieves Twitch channel.

Watch live video from 100Thieves on www.twitch.tv


100 Thieves CoD HISTORY

100 Thieves CSGO HISTORY

In December of 2017, 100 Thieves signed a Brazilian CSGO squad. This squad eventually parted ways with the organization without having played a single official match. Then, in October 2019, they signed the Australian Renegades roster.

All 100 Thieves CSGO Past Players List



100 Thieves CSGO Tournament Results and Earnings $128,500.00 From 8 Tournaments

2020-06-14 3rd DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: North America $15,000.00
2020-06-07 7th-8th BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Showdown $7,500.00
2020-05-10 6th ESL One: Road to Rio – North America $4,000.00
2020-04-12 5th ESL Pro League Season 11: North America $15,000.00
2020-03-01 5th-6th IEM Season XIV – World Championship $15,000.00
2020-02-16 10th-12th BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season $5,000.00
2019-12-08 7th-8th ESL Pro League Season 10: Finals $17,000.00
2019-11-10 2nd IEM Season XIV – Beijing $50,000.00

100 Thieves Apex Legends HISTORY

Intel Extreme Masters 2019

Intel Extreme Masters Season 14 World Championship



Intel Extreme Masters Season 14 World Championship.

Tournament Information
Prize Pool
Number of Teams
Location & Dates
Type Offline
Game CS: GO
Platform PC
Country Worldwide
Start Date 2020-02-24
End Date 2020-03-01


Broadcast Talent

    • Stage Host:
      • OJ Borg Oliver James Borg D’Anastasi
    • Desk Host:
      • stunna – Tres Saranthus
    • Analysts:
      • SPUNJ – Chad Burchill
      • Pimp – Jacob Winneche
      • Maniac – Mathieu Quiquerez
    • Commentators:
      • HenryG – Henry Greer
      • Machine – Alex Richardson
      • Anders – Anders Blume
      • moses – Jason O’Toole
    • Sideline Reporter:
      • Frankie – Frankie Ward
    • Observers:
      • Rushly – Alexander Rush
      • Jak3y – Jake Elton
      • MC – Michael Campagna


    • Group Stage: February 24th – 27th, 2020
      • Two double-elimination format (GSL) Groups
        • Each group has eight teams
        • Seeded using the ESL CS:GO World Rankings
      • All matches are Bo3
      • The top three teams from each group advance to the Playoffs:
        • Group stage winners advance to the Semifinals
        • Group stage runners-up advance to the Quarterfinals as the High Seeds
        • Group stage 3rd place teams advance to the Quarterfinals as the Low Seeds
    • Playoffs: February 28th – March 1st, 2020
      • Single-elimination bracket
      • The Quarterfinals & Semifinals are Bo3
      • The Grand Final is Bo5

    Prize Pool

    $500,000 are spread among the teams as seen below:

Place Prize Team
1st $250,000 Natus Vincere
2nd $100,000 G2 Esports
3rd – 4th $40,000 Astralis
5th – 6th $15,000 Team Liquid
100 Thieves
7th – 8th $7,000 FaZe Clan
9th – 12th $4,000 Ninjas in Pyjamas
Team Vitality
Evil Geniuses
MAD Lions
13th – 16th $2,500 Cloud9
Natus Vincere

Natus Vincere

Natus Vincere

Natus Vincere is a professional CSGO esports team. Natus Vincere is Latin and translates to “born to win” in English. Their team name is often abbreviated as NAVI, and previously Na`Vi, They are a leading multi game esports organization from the Ukraine. Natus Vincere is the first team in Counter Strike history to win three major tournaments in one calendar year. They won the Intel Extreme Masters Season 4 World Championship, the Electronic Sports World Cup, and the World Cyber Games in 2010.

Natus Vincere is a leading multi-gaming e-sports organization. Their players have been winning major titles on such esports disciplines as DOTA 2, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, World of Tanks, Heroes of the Storm, and FIFA.

The team was created in 2009, and quickly became iconic due to its legendary victories. NAVI is the first team to get a $1,000,000 prize, the biggest prize in e-sports history for that time in history. Also it’s the first team to win all of the World Championships in a year, and the first esports organization to get 1,000,000 subscribers on a YouTube channel, which remains the #1 e-sports channel in the world. The NA`VI fan community unites 4.5 million esports lovers all over the globe.

In addition, Natus Vincere has become the very first all-in-one esports marketing agency with effective Public Relations & Marketing cases in it’s portfolio. They create campaigns for such industry leaders as G2A, SteelSeries, HyperX, AOC, EGB, ESP and more.

Their mission is to drive esports development, inspire more people to get involved in esports, and to rally and support the community of people who share their values.

Social Media


This is Natus Vincere’s LinkedIn page.


Ninja – Tyler Blevins


Ninja, also known as Tyler Blevins, is a worldwide known entertainer and professional video game player. Ninja began his professional esports career competing on the game Halo 3 by attending a Major League Gaming tournament in Orlando, Florida on January 8th, 2009. He still competes in various tournament across a wide variety of games to this day. His accomplishments are too many to list but here are a few. He played Fortnite with music superstar Drake. He hosted a Fortnite themed New Years Eve party and ball drop ceremony in New York City. He has been a competing member on the game show called Family Feud, twice.


This is Ninja’s Twitch channel:

Watch live video from Ninja on www.twitch.tv


This is a playlist of all of Ninja’s uploads on his YouTube channel.


This is a feed of Ninja’s tweets.

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Ninja began his professional gaming esports career by competing at the Major League Gaming tournament in Orlando on January 8th, 2009 and his team finished in the top 32. He was a member of the team Four of a Kind, alongside Aye Rab, Mac, and Nate. Later, on June 5th, 2009 he placed in the top 64 with the same teammates but on the team Second Nature. Then he placed 26th at the Major League Gaming Anaheim tournament on November 6th, 2009.

Next year, Ninja competed at the Major League Gaming Dallas tournament on November 5th, 2010, as a member of Zekkou White where he finished in 13th place. He then competed at the Major League Gaming Columbus tournament on June 4th, 2010.


On April 1st, 2011, Ninja competed at the Major League Gaming Dallas tournament as a member of Invictus and finished in 12th place. Then he joined the team Final Boss for the Major League Gaming tournament in Columbus, Ohio on June 5th, 2011 and he finished in 5th place. Later he joined the team Turning Point. They competed and placed 7th at the Major League Gaming Anaheim tournament on July 31st, 2011. Then they competed at the MLG Raleigh tournament and finished in 9th place.

Ninja continued to grind competitions by attending MLG Orlando on October 16th, 2011 and placed 9th. Then he competed at the MLG Providence tournament and finished in 12th place. Ninja joined Str8 Rippin after that and competed at MLG Columbus and finished in the top 16. On April 8th, 2012 Ninja won the EGL 5 Tournament.

Ninja Halo: Reach Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $1,896.90 From 3 Tournaments

2012-04-08 1st EGL 5 $396.90
2011-07-31 7th MLG Anaheim 2011 $500.00
2011-06-05 5th MLG Columbus 2011 $1,000.00

On November 11th, 2012, Ninja won the 2012 MLG Fall Championship tournament. After the New Year, he competed at the AGL Chicago tournament on January 27th, 2013 and took 2nd place. A few months later on April 14th, he placed 2nd at the AGL 5 Nashville tournament. Then on May 12th, 2013, Ninja won the AGL 6 tournament in Pittsburgh, PA. Next month, on June 23rd, he competed at the UMG Chicago tournament and finished in 3rd place. After that, on July 21st, 2013, Ninja won the AGL 8 tournament in Knoxville, TN.

Ninja Halo 4 Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $8,875.00 From 6 Tournaments

2013-07-21 1st AGL 8 Knoxville $1,375.00
2013-06-23 3rd UMG Chicago 2013 $250.00
2013-05-12 1st AGL 6 Pittsburgh $750.00
2013-04-14 2nd AGL 5 Nashville $750.00
2013-01-27 2nd AGL Chicago 2013 $750.00
2012-11-04 1st MLG Fall Championship 2012 $5,000.00

Ninja competed at the ESL MCC Launch Invitational as a member of The Agency and finished in the top 6. The Agency roster was picked up by Cloud9 at the start of the season for the Halo Championship Series. Then they competed in the pre season online cup tournament and finished in 2nd place. After that, they finished in the top 16 competing in the first online cup tournament of the season. Then, the team placed 4th at the Iron Games Columbus tournament on December 14th, 2014.

After the New Year, Ninja placed 5th at the UGC St. Louis tournament on January 4th, 2015. Then, he placed 4th at the Gamers For Giving charity tournament on March 8th, 2015. They were the number five seed for the 1st HCS season finals at PAX East on March 8th, 2015 and took 4th place.

Ninja left Cloud9 on March 18th. It was announced on March 28th that he had joined the team Noble Black. On May 20th, 2015, Walshy featured Ninja on his YouTube channel for his Halo History series.

At the Iron Games Atlanta tournament in 2015, Noble Black finished in 7th place. Then Ninja formed a new team called the Other Guys with Aries, Spartan and Shooter. Then the team got picked up by Team Liquid. Ninja and Team Liquid finished in 7th place at the PGL Indianapolis tournament on June 28th, 2015. After that they finished in the top 8 at the HCS Season 2 Finals.

Ninja Halo 2 Anniversary Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $4,137.50 From 6 Tournaments

2015-07-26 7th-8th HCS Season 2 Finals $750.00
2015-06-28 7th HCS Indianapolis 2015 $375.00
2015-03-08 4th HCS Season 1 Finals $2,000.00
2015-01-04 5th UGC St. Louis 2015 (H2A 4v4) $137.50
2014-12-14 4th Iron Games Columbus $250.00
2014-11-09 5th-6th MMC Launch Invitational $625.00

Ninja competed in a lot of tournaments for Halo 5 throughout 2016 and 2017. On December 5th, 2015, he competed at the first qualifier cup and finished in the top 8. Then at the 2nd qualifier cup on January 3rd, 2016, he finished in the top 8. A week later, on January 10th, Ninja competed for the 3rd qualifier cup tournament and took 4th place. After the third cup, he left Team Liquid.

Then he joined the Renegades and competed at the X Games Aspen 2016 invitational tournament and finished in 4th place. Following the X Games, Ninja successfully qualified for the North American Halo Regionals and finished in the top 8, which was good enough to qualify for the World Championship later in 2016. On March 20th, 2016, he finished in the top 8 competing at the Halo World Championship tournament.

Following Worlds, Ninja qualified for the Halo 5 Summer Pro League with a 2nd place finish in their group. At the conclusion of the season, Renegades sat at 4th place in the standings, good enough to qualify for the Season Finals. On July 25th, 2016, Ninja joined Cloud9. At the Season Finals, they finished in 4th place. Ninja left Cloud9 and joined Evil Geniuses. He finished the season in 6th place with a 5 win and 9 loss record and avoided relegation. At the ME Las Vegas tournament on November 20th he finished in the top 6.

After that Ninja left Evil Geniuses and joined Luminosity Gaming. Then in the New Year, he competed at the UGC St. Louis 2017 tournament and placed in the top 8. Then at the ME Las Vegas 2017 tournament on March 5th, he finished in the top 6 after a loss to Team EnVy. At the 2017 Halo World Championship on March 26th, they finished in the top 6.

After Worlds, Ninja competed at the UMG Daytona tournament on May 14th and finished in the top 8.

Ninja Halo 5: Guardians Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $42,225.00 From 13 Tournaments

2017-07-23 7th-8th DreamHack Atlanta 2017 $1,750.00
2017-06-22 6th HCS Pro League NA Summer 2017 Regular Season $1,250.00
2017-05-14 7th-8th UMG Daytona 2017 $1,000.00
2017-03-26 5th-6th Halo World Championship 2017 $8,750.00
2017-03-05 5th-6th ME Las Vegas 2017 $750.00
2017-01-22 7th-8th UGC St. Louis 2017 $500.00
2016-11-20 5th-6th HCS Las Vegas 2016 (4v4) $250.00
2016-11-10 6th HCS Pro League NA Fall 2016 Regular Season $1,600.00
2016-10-30 3rd UGC St. Louis 2016 (4v4) $750.00
2016-07-31 4th HCS Pro League NA Summer 2016 Season Finals $3,750.00
2016-07-15 4th HCS Pro League NA Summer 2016 Regular Season $2,500.00
2016-03-20 5th-8th Halo World Championship 2016 $18,750.00
2016-02-21 5th-8th Halo World Championship Tour: Columbus $625.00

On September 26th, Ninja won the 2015 Invitational Tournament. Then two years later he took 3rd at the Fight For The Crown tournament on April 20th, 2017. Later Ninja took 2nd at the Atlanta Elite Series team event on July 23rd, 2017.

Ninja H1Z1 Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $32,932.00 From 3 Tournaments
2017-07-23 2nd H1Z1 Elite Series – Atlanta (Team Event) $7,000.00
2017-04-20 3rd H1Z1: Fight for the Crown $6,000.00
2015-09-26 1st H1Z1 Invitational 2015 (Game 1) $19,932.00

In 2017, Ninja won the Gamescom PUBG Invitational squads tournament in third person view on August 26th. He also took 4th in the Duos portion of the event.

Ninja PUBG Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $22,000.00 From 2 Tournaments

2017-08-26 1st Gamescom PUBG Invitational (Squad TP) $20,000.00
2017-08-24 4th Gamescom PUBG Invitational (Duo TP) $2,000.00

Ninja’s career grew exponentially when he played Fortnite. He became world famous beyond just the video game community. This resulted in him being on many television shows, including two appearances on the Family Fued game show. He also hosted the New Years Eve party in Times Square.

Ninja Fortnite Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $136,475.00 From 15 Tournaments

2019-12-08 8th Fortnite Champion Series C2 S1 Grand Finals NA East $3,750.00
2019-07-26 4th Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 Creative $73,750.00
2019-06-21 25th-48th Fortnite World Cup 2019 Wk 10 NA East $900.00
2019-05-19 7th Fortnite World Cup 2019 Week 6 NA East $1,750.00
2019-05-05 11th-14th Fortnite World Cup 2019 Week 4 NA East $900.00
2018-11-18 3rd-4th Legion Sunday Showdown Week 9 $500.00
2018-10-28 4th Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series Clubs Standings $5,000.00
2018-08-25 2nd Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series Wk 7 NA (Day 2) $16,400.00
2018-08-24 13th Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series Wk 7 NA (Day 1) $1,125.00
2018-08-18 5th Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series Wk 6 NA (Day 2) $7,825.00
2018-08-17 14th Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series Wk 6 NA (Day 1) $2,325.00
2018-08-10 16th Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series Wk 5 NA $3,750.00
2018-07-20 14th Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series Wk 2 NA $10,000.00
2018-06-29 1st UMG Friday Fortnite $5,000.00
2018-05-25 2nd UMG Friday Fortnite $3,500.00

Tyler Blevins took third place in the Doritos Bowl on October 27th, 2018 playing Call of Duty: Blackout, the battle royal game mode included in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Ninja Blackout Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $12,500.00 From 1 Tournament

2018-10-27 3rd Doritos Bowl 2018 $12,500.00

He competed in and won two Apex Legends tournaments in 2019, both in the same week of February.

Ninja Apex Legends Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $6,666.67 From 2 Tournaments
2019-02-15 1st Code Red #1 $4,000.00
2019-02-12 1st Twitch Rivals: ALC NA 1 $2,666.67

He won 1st place in the 3rd Warzone Wednesday tournament on April 6th, 2019.

Ninja Warzone Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $6,666.67 From 1 Tournament
2020-04-06 1st Warzone Wednesday: Week 3 $6,666.67

This is a list of content found on the Esports Draft network about Tyler Blevins.


This is a table of statistics from his past competitions.

Hiko at DreamHack Open Austin 2018

Hiko – Spencer Martin


Hiko, also known as Spencer Martin, is a professional CSGO player and a professional VALORANT player. When he was young, he was an avid football, hockey, and baseball player. Due to a hockey injury, he was unable to play sports for a summer, allowing him to dedicate significant time to gaming. Starting off with the Nintendo 64, he eventually moved over to games for PC, playing anything he could get his hands on. Hiko has mostly funneled his competitive gaming into Counter-Strike, with 1.5, 1.6, and CS:GO. He got into Counter-Strike through one of his friend’s brothers, which ended up making his whole group of friends play the game.


This is Hiko’s Twitch channel:

Watch live video from Hiko on www.twitch.tv


This is a playlist of all of Hiko’s uploads on his YouTube channel.


This is a feed of Hiko’s tweets.


COUNTERSTRIKE (2010 – 2012)

Hiko competed in Counterstrike esports from 2010 until 2012.

Hiko Counterstrike Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $1,020.00 From 3 Tournaments

2012-03-04 3rd ESEA CS 1.6 S10 LAN $400.00
2011-10-16 5th – 6th IEM VI – New York $440.00
2010-11-22 5th – 6th ESEA CS 1.6 S7 LAN $180.00
CSGO (2012-2019)

Hiko competed in CSGO esports from 2012 until 2019.

Hiko CSGO Esports Tournament Results and Earnings $159,776.18 From 66 Tournaments

2019-03-14 1st ECS S7 – NA Series 1 $2,400.00
2018-11-18 5th – 6th DreamHack Open Atlanta 2018 $600.00
2018-11-14 10th ESL Pro League Season 8 – NA $2,333.33
2018-11-08 7th Esports Championship Series Season 6 – North American League $1,666.67
2018-07-11 2nd Americas Minor Championship – London 2018 $3,000.00
2018-06-03 2nd Dreamhack Austin 2018 $4,000.00
2018-05-12 8th Esports Championship Series Season 5 – NA League $1,500.00
2018-04-26 7th ESL Pro League Season 7 – NA $3,400.00
2018-03-31 1st Copenhagen Games 2018 $330.60
2018-03-18 3rd – 4th iBUYPOWER Invitational – Spring 2018 $200.00
2017-11-11 13th ESL Pro League Season 6 – NA $1,142.86
2017-03-05 11th – 12th IEM XI – World Championship $400.00
2017-02-19 9th – 12th DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 $1,000.00
2017-01-29 9th – 11th ELEAGUE Major 2017 $1,750.00
2016-11-27 6th Esports Championship Series Season 2 – North America $2,500.00
2016-11-20 7th – 8th IEM XI – Oakland $1,400.00
2016-11-13 5th – 6th Northern Arena 2016 – Montreal $250.00
2016-10-30 7th – 8th ESL Pro League Season 4: Finals $6,000.00
2016-10-02 3rd – 4th ESL One New York 2016 $5,000.00
2016-08-28 2nd CyberPowerPC Summer 2016 Pro Series – Finals $600.00
2016-07-30 15th – 24th ELEAGUE Season 1 $6,000.00
2016-07-10 2nd ESL One: Cologne 2016 $30,000.00
2016-06-26 5th – 6th Esports Championship Series Season 1 – Finals $13,000.00
2016-05-15 5th – 6th ESL Pro League S3 Finals $7,200.00
2016-05-08 3rd – 4th DreamHack Austin 2016 $2,000.00
2016-04-17 13th – 16th DreamHack Masters Malmö 2016 $400.00
2016-04-03 3rd – 4th MLG Major Championship: Columbus 2016 $14,000.00
2016-03-20 2nd iBUYPOWER Invitational 2016 – Spring $800.00
2015-12-13 5th – 6th ESL ESEA Pro League S2 Finals $2,083.33
2015-11-28 5th – 6th FACEIT 2015 S3/DreamHack Winter 2015 $3,000.00
2015-11-22 3rd – 4th IEM X – San Jose $2,250.00
2015-11-19 1st ESL ESEA NA Pro League S2 $3,600.00
2015-11-18 3rd RGN Pro Series Championship 2015 $700.00
2015-11-15 2nd iBUYPOWER Cup 2015 $5,000.00
2015-11-08 7th – 8th CEVO Season 8 Professional Finals $500.00
2015-11-01 9th – 16th DreamHack Cluj-Napoca 2015 $400.00
2015-10-04 4th PGL CS:GO Season 1 – Finals $1,000.00
2015-09-13 1st iBUYPOWER Invitational 2015 – Fall $1,800.00
2015-09-11 1st PGL CS:GO Season 1 – Group C $800.00
2015-08-27 2nd RGN Pro Series – North America $400.00
2015-07-12 3rd – 4th ESWC Montréal 2015 $1,600.00
2015-06-24 6th ESL ESEA NA Pro League S1 $1,916.67
2015-04-15 2nd CEVO-P Season 6 $586.00
2015-03-28 4th Alienware Area 51 Cup $200.00
2014-12-20 2nd G2A.com December Cup NA $300.00
2014-12-07 5th – 6th ESEA S17 LAN $700.00
2014-11-29 9th – 16th DreamHack Winter 2014 $400.00
2014-11-16 2nd Caseking King of Kings $626.78
2014-10-26 5th – 6th FACEIT League S2 $400.00
2014-10-12 2nd CEVO-P Season 5 $500.00
2014-10-12 1st GXL Universe 2014 $219.80
2014-08-17 5th – 8th ESL One: Cologne 2014 $2,000.00
2014-06-29 2nd ESEA S16 CS:GO LAN $1,200.00
2014-06-04 3rd CEVO Professional Season 4 $127.80
2014-05-04 2nd SoCal Revival #2 $300.00
2014-03-16 5th – 8th EMS One Katowice 2014 $2,000.00
2014-01-31 1st CEVO Main Season 3 $200.00
2014-01-19 3rd ESEA CS:GO S15 LAN $800.00
2013-11-30 3rd – 4th DreamHack Winter 2013 $4,400.00
2013-11-10 2nd coL 10th Anniversary $600.00
2013-09-27 1st MSI Beat it! 2013 North American Qualifier $300.00
2013-08-18 2nd ESEA CS:GO S14 LAN $1,600.00
2013-04-21 2nd ESEA CS:GO S13 LAN $1,400.00
2013-03-30 5th – 6th Copenhagen Games 2013 $192.34
2012-11-18 1st ESEA CS:GO S12 LAN $2,000.00
2012-11-04 3rd ESWC 2012 $800.00

On June 25th, 2020, Hiko joined 100 Thieves to compete in VALORANT.


This is a list of content found on the Esports Draft network about Hiko.

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This is a table of statistics from Hiko’s past competitions.