A new weekly documentary series titled 'The Heist' has been released by 100Thieves following their North American League of Legends Championship Series team.
Known for his time as a professional Call of Duty player for the fan favorite OpTic Gaming for multiple years, Matthew 'Nadeshot' Haag eventually retired from competition in 2015 to pursue content creation on his already-massive YouTube channel.
Although he was still a member of OpTic, it was suddenly announced in early 2016 that Nadeshot would be leaving the Green Wall to start his own esports brand known as 100Thieves which came as a shock to community members.
Yet, just over a year after being formed, a major investment from Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert allowed the brand to expand rapidly, and obtain teams in major esport titles such as League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
While more organizations have entered into the content side of the industry, 100Thieves will be releasing a new mini-documentary titled 'The Heist' on a weekly basis following the 'trials and tribulations' of the NA LCS team during the 2018 season, with Nadeshot giving a short rundown of the future."
"I had an obligation and responsibility to the LCS community, to the League of Legends lore, to Riot as a company itself who has built this incredible game and built this incredible league - I had a responsibility to do right by all of them.
I promise you that we're going to do everything we can to earn your support so that you can be proud to be a part of the 100Thieves community, and I know that is not going to be given to us, so we're just going to have to take it - welcome to The Heist."
'Step 001' of The Heist can be viewed below, which documents the beginnings of the NA LCS roster as they are admitted to the league by Riot Games, and the setup for the future of the organization.