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Nadeshot explains why FaZe Clan are still the biggest esports organization

Published: 11/Jul/2019 23:22 Updated: 14/Apr/2020 15:46

by Eli Becht


Matthew ‘Nadeshot‘ Haag explained how FaZe Clan are the biggest esports organization, despite being the CEO of his own organization in 100 Thieves.

Dennis ‘Cloak‘ Lepore, formerly of FaZe Clan, was a guest on the CouRage and Nadeshot Show and he answered questions ranging from what it’s like to live with Turner ‘Tfue‘ Tenney and what his current relationship is with his former org.


This was before the news of Cloak leaving FaZe came out, so he obviously held back a bit in his answer, but Nadeshot revealed why FaZe Clan are the biggest esports organization around.

FaZe Clan
Cloak and Tfue are two high profile names to leave FaZe.


“I think the one thing you can’t ignore is that FaZe Clan is easily, by far the biggest esports organization,” he said. “They set a culture around their creators that was so innovative. That’s one thing I always had a great respect for FaZe Clan.”

It’s high praise coming from the owner of a rival organization, but it didn’t stop there.

“It’s almost like a cult-like following at this point, where FaZe is very influential as a culture in the gaming community and that’s something that I aspire to build with 100 Thieves.”


FaZe has been around much longer than 100 Thieves so it makes sense that FaZe is much larger.

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100 Thieves has had a very strong 2019 with numerous major signings such as Jack ‘CouRageJD‘ Dunlop, content creation team The Mob, and most recently Fortnite pro Arkhram.


There’s still plenty of time left in the year for 100T to continue picking up big names so don’t count them out any time soon.

If they continue with these signings and stellar content creation, it won’t be long until 100 Thieves rivals FaZe Clan in the way Nadeshot is talking about.


Twitch streamer Jinny stunned as man tries to sell her drugs on stream

Published: 7/Oct/2020 18:49

by Michael Gwilliam


IRL Twitch streamer Jinny was left shocked after two men tried to sell her drugs while she toured the city of Hamburg in Germany.

Jinny has grown quite a following thanks in part to her IRL traveling antics where the Korean streamer routinely has odd adventures. Her trips have resulted in her befriending waitresses at a Texas Hooters, being attacked by wild deer in Denmark, and even setting her backyard on fire.


Now, in her most recent trip in Germany, the streamer found herself in quite an awkward position as she was offered drugs during an October 7 broadcast.

While talking to viewers, a random man suddenly began talking to her in broken English.


“You’re lucky to be in Deutschland. My ganja is the best,” he said. “You get three for five.”

It’s unclear exactly what units of measurement the man was selling three of for five Euros, but ganja translates to marijuana or weed. The incident really shocked the IRL streamer who had no idea what he was talking about.

“I don’t speak German,” she stated as he and another man conversed in the language.

Jinny's Twitch chat
Jinny’s chat warned her the man was selling drugs.

“Do you need ganja?” the man asked in English.

“What is ganja?” Jinny wondered. “Iguana?”

Eventually, Jinny looked at her chat and saw that her viewers were spamming translations and explaining how he was trying to sell her drugs – something she wanted no part of.


“I don’t need ganja. It’s okay,” she laughed and went on her way. “That was very random. Do I look like I smoke weed? Uh, maybe.”

Amusingly, the streamer went on to explain that she was very confused and seriously thought the man was trying to sell her an iguana.


“I thought he said ‘do you want to buy an iguana,’” she chuckled. “Why would I want to buy an iguana all of a sudden?”

Luckily, Jinny wasn’t forced into buying any drugs or reptiles during her encounter, but it just goes to show that even when a camera is rolling, weird stuff happens on a regular basis.