Mike Stubbs . People . Sunday 10th July 2016 . 14:04
Hundred Thieves has released its Call of Duty team after a disappointing last place finish in stage two of the North American Call of Duty World League.
With Season 2 wrapped up, we’ve decided to release our Call of Duty roster. Thank you for your support, we’ll be back stronger than ever.
— Hundred Thieves (@100Thieves) July 8, 2016
The organisation was formed earlier this year by former OpTic Gaming legend Matthew “NaDeSHoT” Haag. Its first acquisition was a Call of Duty squad with a place in the CWL, however just a few weeks into the season Brandon “Nelson” McKinney left the team and results never improved. The team finished with a dismal record of just four wins and 18 losses during stage two, ending up in last place. Hundred Thieves was granted a direct invitation to MLG Anaheim just a few weeks ago, but failed to even win a single map.
The release of the team shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise, but it does mean that the organisation is currently without a team. However a social media presence that includes a whopping 132,000 Twitter followers, along with the involvement of NaDeSHoT, will probably mean that won’t be the case for too long.