In February, 100 Thieves introduced Totino’s as one of the founding partners for the organization’s Call of Duty team. Today, Totino’s partnership with 100 Thieves has expanded in multiple ways.
In addition to supporting the Call of Duty team, Totino’s is now partnering with 100 Thieves' Fortnite players. 100 Thieves founder Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag announced the extension of the Totino’s partnership on the organization’s YouTube page earlier today. With the new partnership, these players will move to the Totino’s World Cup House in Atlanta.
Nadeshot said the team house will allow the players to reach a new skill level in Fortnite. "To have everybody underneath one roof helping each other improve week after week and be able to rely and lean on each other to just push their game further, I think this house is going to be unbelievable—it’s going to help our team so much," Nadeshot said.
In addition to providing the Fortnite team with a house, Totino’s is sponsoring a docu-series called “Loot,” which will run for 10 weeks. The documentary will focus on 100 Thieves’ Fortnite team leading up to the Fortnite World Cup. The event features numerous qualifying rounds for competitors until the World Cup itself takes place in New York from July 26 to 28.
Lately, 100 Thieves has signed a host of new Fortnite players. Ken “Kenith,” Sawyer “SirDimetrious,” Davis “Ceice” McClellan, Hayden “Elevate” Krueger, “Kyzui,” and Maurilio “Blind” Garmajo are rostered with 100 Thieves’ Fortnite team at this time. As of now, it’s unknown who will be moving to the Totino’s World Cup House.