All 100 Thieves streamers and content creators

Find out who's a part of 100 Thieves' content creation arm.
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Screengrab via 100 Thieves YouTube

100 Thieves quickly became a household name in esports and gaming despite being a young esports organization, all thanks to its wide variety of content creators and the success of its apparel line.

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When 100 Thieves was founded in November 2017, the organization only added Twitch streamers to its content creation roster. Over the years, though, 100 Thieves has expanded and diversified among multiple platforms and currently features content creators on all major platforms—Twitch, YouTube, and TikTok.

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Multiple content creators, however, departed 100 Thieves in 2023. If you find tracking who’s currently streaming and creating content under the 100 Thieves banner challenging, this article covers you.

All current 100 Thieves members

Streamers and content creatorsJoin dateMain content creation platform
BrookeABOctober 2019Twitch
CouRageMay 2019YouTube
EnableDecember 2020Twitch
Jesser November 2020YouTube
FuslieMay 2021YouTube
HikoJune 2020 as a player
Transitioned to streamer on April 2022
Twitch
iiTzTimmyNovember 2022YouTube
JhbTeamApril 2020YouTube
KyedaeApril 2021Twitch
LoughNovember 2022TikTok
NadeshotNovember 2017Twitch
NiceWiggSeptember 2021Twitch
NoahJ456June 2018YouTube
Peter ParkAugust 2022Twitch
ValkyraeOctober 2018YouTube
Vinnie HackerMay 2022TikTok
YassuoAugust 2019Twitch
ZackTTGNovember 2020YouTube
Will NeffNovember 2021Twitch
DoubleliftDecember 2022Twitch

Most notable former 100 Thieves streamers

Usually, in the world of esports and content creation, nothing lasts forever—and that’s no different when it comes to 100 Thieves. Some creators left their mark on 100 Thieves but eventually moved elsewhere.

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Here are some of the most famous personalities who were a part of 100 Thieves.

  • Kristopher London: Joined in 2020 and left in 2023.
  • NICKMERCS: Joined in 2018 and left in 2019, went on to become a FaZe Clan streamer and eventual FaZe co-owner.
  • Neeko: Joined in 2020 and left in 2023.
  • MrSavage: Joined in 2020 and left in 2021.
  • TinaKitten: Joined in 2021 and left in 2023.
  • AustinShow: Joined 2021 and left in 2023
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