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100 Thieves signs 15-year-old Fortnite player MrSavage

100T has added another young talent.

Screengrab via 100 Thieves

100 Thieves has added one of the best Fortnite players in the world to its organization and he’s only 15 years old. 

Fortnite player Martin “MrSavage” Andersen has joined 100 Thieves, the organization announced today. He’ll compete and create content from the 100 Thieves Cash App compound. The Norweigan has won over $158,488 from Fortnite, including a top-30 finish in the Solo and Duo tournaments at the Fortnite World Cup in July 2019. 

In the announcement video, MrSavage described his unique Fortnite playstyle. “My playstyle is, I like playing passive, if I feel like I can get a kill then I usually go all-in on it. I only try to take fights when I actually need someone else’s gear,” he said.

MrSavage left his previous organization, NRG Esports, on Feb. 10, which was a surprise to the Fortnite community. MrSavage had previously made a name for himself under the North American organization.

MrSavage recently finished fourth at the Twitch Rivals: TwitchCon Fortnite Showdown in September, which featured a hefty $1 million prize pool. MrSavage, alongside his trio consisting of Richard “KingRichard” Nelson and “Rojo,” won $88,000.

MrSavage has over one million followers on Twitch and has culminated over 16 million views from his competitive Fortnite streams, according to Twitchtracker, making him one of the most successful Fortnite players. 

100 Thieves has a longstanding history in Fortnite since 2018. 100T entered the esport with trio Archie “Parallax” Shrader, Alex “Risker” Biamonte, and Ken “Kenith.” But 100T later expanded its Fortnite roster with Davis “Ceice” McClellan and Hayden “Elevate” Krueger.