Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag has dropped a hint about a potential future in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for his 100 Thieves brand.
100 Thieves have already stepped into the CS:GO space before when they picked up an all-Brazilian roster that included stars like Henrique ‘HEN1’ Teles, Lucas ‘LUCAS1’ Teles and Lincoln ‘fnx’ Lau.
However, visa issues and roster complications meant that the team never actually represented Nadeshot’s brand at the ELEAGUE Boston Major that they had been signed up for. That roster ended up departing 100 Thieves on January 31 2018.
Yet, that hasn’t stopped Nade from continuing his interest in the scene and dropping hints about a potential future roster.
During an Ask Me Anything on the official 100 Thieves subreddit, Nade responded to a question about a potential future in CS:GO.
He replied: "CS:GO is probably the most exciting opportunity for me personally at 100 Thieves. I think we have a strong fan base around FPS in general from my time in Call of Duty and so CS:GO just feels like a layup in my mind when rallying love and support from our community behind the game and potential team."
“I'm not going to promise anything right now, but CS:GO is definitely on my list of expansion titles in the near future.”
With the IEM Katowice Major around the corner, the conclusion of the event is sure to lead to roster changes. If Nadeshot wants to get into CS, he may be worth biding his time until the end of this current major cycle.
However, Nade and his team will surely have a better idea on how to enter the scene this time around following all the complications with the ex-Immortals squad.
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