Nadeshot’s unveiling of the impressive new 100 Thieves’ facility on July 17 caught the attention of none other than popular music star Drake.
There were a ton of reactions on social media to the new 100 Thieves facility in Los Angeles when it was revealed by Nadeshot on Wednesday.
The 15,000 square foot facility will serve as a home base for 100 Thieves various esports teams and creators when it’s completed.
100 Thieves bossed up
Among the people psyched for 100 Thieves new digs was none other than Drake, who’s put a substantial amount of cash into the organization and is one of their biggest supporters.
“Jeeeeeez this guy bossed up on the whole Instagram today,” Drizzy commented on Nadeshot’s video tour of the new space.
Besides providing a space for esports and creators, the facility will also serve as a shop for it’s successful clothing line, whose most recent drop generated over $500,000 of revenue in under 5 minutes.600
As we mentioned earlier, Drake should probably be interested in 100 Thieves, since he was one of the first to contribute to 100 Thieves’ Series A funding round back in October 2018.
Now, 100 Thieves have continued their rapid expansion with a $35 million Series B funding round and a shiny new building to go along with it.
100 Thieves’ plans for CWL franchising
When asked about the possibility of seeing 100 Thieves in the upcoming city-based franchise league for Call of Duty, Nadeshot said “we’re definitely still thinking through it,” in a July 16 interview with Forbes.
After winning first in two of the four major tournaments this season, 100 Thieves won the CWL events in London and Anaheim back-to-back, and are one of the favorites to win both CWL Finals and Champs – two of the biggest competitions this season.
Whatever course of action 100 thieves decides to take, at least they’ll have Drake rooting for them in their corner.