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Nadeshot reveals spectacular new 100 Thieves team house for Fortnite World Cup

by Albert Petrosyan

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With the Fortnite World Cup qualifiers pretty much underway,100 Thieves have acquired an amazing looking brand new team house to give their pro players the best chance at qualifying for the $30 million competition.

On April 12, 100 Thieves founder and CEO Matt 'Nadeshot' Haag appeared in a YouTube video to announce and unveil their new Fortnite team house, which they've acquired in partnership with one of their newest sponsors Totino's.

The purpose of this house is for 100T to support various members of their pro Fortnite roster through the upcoming 10 grueling weeks of qualifiers for the World Cup, as well as making content along the way.

"And so to have everybody under one roof and helping each other improve week after week and be able to rely and lean on each other to just push their game even further, I think this house is going to be unbelievable," Nadeshot said. "It's going to help our team so much.

The house itself is pretty magnificent in both its exterior and interior. From the outside, the house already looks massive, and a trip through two floors of bedrooms, living rooms, and gaming areas makes it pretty clear that 100 Thieves are very serious about the World Cup. 


Who is staying at the 100 Thieves Fortnite World Cup team house?

Again, the video does not formally announce who exactly will be residing at the house, but it's likely to include most if not all of the Fortnite players who are part of the org's official pro roster.

  • Kenith
  • SirDimetrious
  • Ceice
  • Elevate
  • Kyzui
  • Blind

One 100 Thieves member who will likely not be staying at the house, despite the fact that he too will be competing in the World Cup qualifiers, is popular streamer Nick 'NICKMERCS' Kolcheff, who is technically a content creator for the org and not a "pro player."

Interestingly enough, spotted in the video above is Ian 'Enable' Wyatt, a member of 100 Thieves' pro Call of Duty team, which hints at the house potentially being used by both pro teams for the time being. 

100 Thieves - YouTube
100 Thieves - YouTube
Kenith (middle right) and SirDimetrious (far left) are two of 100 Thieves' original Fortnite pro players, and they'll both likely be staying at the team house for the World Cup qualifiers.

Where is the 100 Thieves Fortnite World Cup team house located?

For obvious reasons, the video makes sure not to divulge much about where the house is located, but it's very likely to be somewhere in the greater Los Angeles area of California.

100 Thieves' main base of operations is located in LA, where Nadeshot and most of the staff reside, so it would make sense for the house to be not too far away.

Epic Games
Epic Games
Qualifying for the Fortnite World Cup is the ultimate goal, and 100 Thieves will hope their new team house will help at least one of their players make it.

What is the Fortnite World Cup and when does it take place?

The Fortnite World Cup is the biggest Fortnite competition to date, whose finals feature a $30 million prize pool with an additional $1 million handed out during each of the 10 weeks of qualifier tournaments.

The World Cup is open for all players to try and qualify, but it will be extremely difficult to since only 100 Solo players and 100 Duos will qualify from the entire world.

The first week of qualifiers will take place April 13-14, and there will be a separate qualifer each week thereafter until June 15-16, after which the qualified players and teams will travel to New York City for the finals on July 26-28.