Nadeshot is one of the most iconic CoD players of all time, and become one of Twitch’s biggest stars during his time on OpTic Gaming, which saw him win numerous LAN tournaments before his retirement following the 2015 Call of Duty Championships.
Since then, the 27-year-old has gone on and created 100 Thieves, one of the world’s most popular esports organizations, but the release of Modern Warfare appears to have reunited his love for competition, and has teased that we may see him at an open event during the 2020 season.
While streaming with former teammate Matthew ‘FormaL’ Piper, Nadeshot revealed his intention to compete at least once in Modern Warfare, insisting that he was "serious.”
“Just wait on it bro,” he told FormaL. “I’m going to be going hard. I’m going to go to one of these open events bro, I’m not even kidding.”
As far who he would be teaming with, the 100 Thieves CEO had no confirmed names, but mentioned a few people who he would like to compete with: “I don’t know, I’d grab BoZe. Fer0. Blazt. I’d have to convince them.”
Of course, Nadeshot won’t be competing in the Call of Duty League, as you need to be on one of the 12 franchises that bought into the competition, something which 100 Thieves decided not to do ahead of the competition’s inaugural season.
Instead, the American and his proposed squad would compete in one of the open tournaments, where any team can enter in hopes of earning some cash and pro points as part of the Challengers Series.
As to when we will say Nadeshot pick up the sticks again in a competitive setting remains to be seen, but as each franchise city will host a weekend of matches throughout the year, it’s likely that he could appear in one of the Los Angeles events.