The organization owned by Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag has always been known for showing the larger side of the esports life, and the brand new Totino’s Fortnite World Cup house follows that 100 Thieves standard.
The Fortnite World Cup will be held from July 26-28 in New York and will offer a massive $30 million prize pool.
100 Thieves went through a roster overhaul by parting with some players while welcoming some new ones.
What is the 100 Thieves Pro Team house?
The 9,000 square house will be meant as a home and practice space in order to prepare for the Fortnite World Cup.
100 Thieves’ Fortnite team will be moving to the East coast in order to “reduce latency to the East Coast servers, and provide three times the amount of opportunity to qualify.”
The mansion consists of a piano room, game room, and a theater room which will provide plenty of entertainment for the players.
Who will be apart of the 100 Thieves Fortnite mansion?
100 Thieve’s roster looks intimidating for the Fortnite World Cup.
Right now, their Fortnite roster consists of original Fortnite members Ken ‘Kenith, Sawyer ‘SirDimetrious’ and newcomers Hayden ‘Elevate’ Krueger, Davis ‘Ceice’ McClellan, Maurilio ‘Blind’ Gramajo, and Gabriel ‘Kyzui’ Harlos.
This year, we’re making a resurgence into competitive Fortnite. Welcome @Ceice & @ElevateFN to 100 Thieves!— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) February 21, 2019
As a notorious duo, Ceice & Elevate have made major strides in competition, placing 1st at WSOE 3 & finalists at TwitchCon 2018. Excited to have both join our team! #100T pic.twitter.com/xHLJdfX0C7
The first two members of the house are Ceice and Elevate.
The Fortnite World Cup Online Opens are in progress, with Ceice qualifying the first week.
All players who make it through the Online Opens will be given the chance to compete in New York from July 26-28, with the main event offering a $30 million prize pool.
The winner of the solo event will walk away with an impressive $3 million.