Nick ‘Nickmercs’ Kolcheff revealed to Daniel ‘Keemstar’ Keem that Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag promised more than he could offer as the public fallout continues.

Nickmercs publicly posted that he had parted ways with Nadeshot’s 100 Thieves organization and since went on a Twitch rant saying he would “never do business with him again”.

Keemstar tweeted out a picture of Nadeshot and Nickmercs on May 29 saying that, “Rumor is Nadeshot offered NICKMERCS 5% of 100 Thieves but never paid up!”

It wasn’t long until Nickmercs himself commented on the Tweet and claimed, “Ain’t no rumor homie. Is what it is.”

IMG: @Keemstar / @Nickmercs

According to Rod ‘Slasher’ Breslau, Nadeshot made the verbal agreement with Nickmercs. However once investors came into the picture, the contract stated a “substantially less” amount of equity in 100 Thieves.

If what Nickmercs claims is true, then it is understandable why he is so upset with Nadeshot.

Unfortunately if Nadeshot only verbally agreed to the equity agreement, then legally Nickmercs is not entitled to the 5% due to not being on a contract.

IMG: @Slasher

100 Thieves have gone on to become one of the most prominent organizations in esports since it’s 2017 inception by Nadeshot.

It was announced on May 29 that 100 Thieves’ content house in Los Angeles would officially be sponsored by Cash App as the organization continues to make big waves in the esports and content industry.

Considering that 100 Thieves is now co-owned by Scooter Braun and hip-hip international sensation Drake, the company is worth millions of dollars.

If Nickmercs was really promised 5% of 100 Thieves, that agreement could be worth a pretty penny.

Whose side are you on? Do you think Nickmercs is right or do you think Nadeshot’s quiet approach is the mature way to go?

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