NADESHOT REVEALS HOW MUCH 100 THIEVES PAID FOR CALL OF DUTY LEAGUE SPOT
100 Thieves owner Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag revealed how much it cost to get the LA Thieves into the Call of Duty League.
After being told his Call of Duty career was “over,” Nadeshot replied: “I did it by choice… now I got a team. 27 m’s.”
Someone tell the troll I own a COD team now. All four of my players are shooters, all of them are better than you.
100 Thieves is now one of the biggest brands in esports, even earning a comparison to Supreme from The Verge.
It’s a glimpse into the amount of money it takes to break into a franchised league such as the CDL.