Whether it was by design or just a major coincidence for the team at 100 Thieves, their brand new headquarters in Los Angeles appears to pay homage to Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag’s humble beginnings under the OpTic Gaming banners.
Nadeshot originally rose to fame throughout his time as a professional Call of Duty player with OpTic Gaming. Now he’s the CEO of popular gaming and apparel organization 100 Thieves, after hanging up the sticks in 2017 to pursue his own endeavors in the esports industry.
With $35 million secured in a recent round of funding, a state of the art 100 Thieves facility is on the way in 2020 and perhaps coincidentally, the Los Angeles address brings Nadeshot’s career full circle, according to photos shared by Rod ‘Slasher’ Breslau.
Set to house all competitive rosters and content creators as well as the apparel team designing fresh merchandise, the new 100 Thieves facility looks to include all aspects of the company under one roof.
After months of construction behind the scenes, the grand opening of the new headquarters could be right around the corner, according to new photos revealed on social media showing just how complete the “100 Thieves Cash App Compound” really is.
While the entire building is painted black outside of the branding, a few numbers can be seen to the far right of the facility. Those numbers reveal the exact street address to be 6050 Jefferson Blvd in Los Angeles, California.
— Rod Breslau (@Slasher) January 15, 2020
The significance of these exact digits harkens back to Nadeshot’s time with OpTic Gaming. One of the first gaming houses that he was a part of also happened to include the same numbers.
6050 Russell Drive is where he spent countless hours streaming Call of Duty and making content with everyone else on the OpTic squad.
Perhaps intending to recapture the essence of those glory days early in his career, Nadeshot will soon be creating content out of a 6050 address once again, and time will only tell if that magic can be reproduced.
Until a member of 100 Thieves officially comments on the matter, there’s no telling whether this was an intentional play from Nadeshot and the crew, or if it was just a stunning coincidence.
Starting off 2020 with a bang, the organization revealed its first batch of merch for the year on January 15 with a first-look at three new jersey designs.