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ACHES takes shots at new 100 Thieves CoD roster during scrims

Published: 31/Oct/2018 10:00 Updated: 31/Oct/2018 10:01

by Calum Patterson

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Team Envy’s Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price was less than impressed by the new all-star lineup of 100 Thieves, and let them know all about during a scrim.

100 Thieves re-entered CoD for the Black Ops 4 season for this first time since releasing their previous roster in 2016 – which actually featured ACHES himself.

That roster failed to win a single map at MLG Anaheim 2016, but despite this, 2x World Champion ACHES wasn’t sympathetic to the new 100T as they practice for the first time together.

And when the new 100T lineup was announced, ACHES made clear that he wasn’t as blown away as the community seemed to be with the top tier lineup of players.

During a set of scrims, which Team Envy admittedly dominated over 100T, ACHES put their opponents on blast, saying “these guys don’t know how to play.”

After a tongue-in-cheek comment about “100 Thieves – more like 100 Trophies (systems)” after multiple trophy systems were used off break by the opposition, Envy made a straightforward break into the opening hardpoint.

ACHES then goes on a bit of a tear, trash talking all the way, as Team Envy went on to win the map 250-179.

Fans will be looking forward to ACHES’ rivalries individually with a number of teams going into the first event of the season, but perhaps there is some extra motivation for him vs 100 Thieves.

ACHES has also shared a long lasting rivalry with 100 Thieves founder and CEO Matt ‘Nadeshot’ Haag – long time Call of Duty esports fans will remember when it almost came to blows between the pair at an event.

ACHES and Envy will have their chance to prove for real that their decision to stick as a roster (with the addition of Cuyler ‘Huke’ Garland) following 2018 champs was the right one, at CWL Vegas on December 7-9.

They may have looked a step ahead of 100 Thieves in these scrims, but it’s only practice, and with plenty of time for teams and players to get better, things can change fast in Call of Duty.

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100 Thieves’ Tommey reveals footage of man stealing his new gaming chair

Published: 5/Dec/2020 12:44

by Joe Craven

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Thomas ‘Tommey’ Trewren, ex-Call of Duty pro turned full time Warzone competitor for 100 Thieves, has had his brand new gaming chair stolen, after it was left outside the Airbnb at which he was staying. 

Tommey, who recently joined 100 Thieves as a member of their Warzone team, had a new gaming chair on the way from Mavix. The new brand of gaming chairs from X-Chairs have partnered with a number of streamers, including 100 Thieves content creator Valkyrae.

It seems Tommey was also getting a new Mavix chair just in time for Christmas, but an unknown thief stole the delivery after it was left outside, unsupervised.

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Tommey competing at CoD Champs.

On December 5, he shared CCTV footage of his chair being lifted from outside his accommodation. A pick-up truck can be seen pulling up, before a man gets out and walks up the drive way. He then casually picks up the box in which the chair is in and places it in his truck, before driving away.

“Well, there goes my new chair,” Tommey said. “I got sent the footage in the hope we’d be able to report it and find the man, but he’s well covered up. Merry Christmas, random man. I hope the chair brings you lots of joy.”

He went on to explain that the chair was left outside the Airbnb at which he was staying, and that the delivery company did not even attempt to hide it or place it in a more discreet location.

Unfortunately, the thief did a pretty good job of covering his tracks. Tommey also suspected that he was not the only victim. “His tailgate is removed and he has a chain in place,” he said. “If you look, he also has another box in the back of the truck. Which means he’s purposely driving around and taking multiple packages.”

Despite his best efforts, it doesn’t seem like Tommey is holding out too much hope of finding the culprit. Thankfully, he confirmed that a replacement has been sent out, free of charge.

Tommey is perhaps best known for hist time with Splyce and Fnatic, achieving a number of impressive placements across the Infinite Warfare and WWII seasons.

However, despite being a substitute for the Dallas Empire in the CDL’s opening season, he has since become part of Nadeshot’s 100 Thieves, as a full-time Warzone streamer and competitor.