100 Thieves has unveiled its new gaming facility in Los Angeles catering to its esports and entertainment divisions as well as its ever-popular apparel line.
Introducing the 100 Thieves Cash App Compound! Our innovative new home for all 100 Thieves esports, entertainment, and apparel.— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) January 22, 2020
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The 100 Thieves Cash App Compound has open plan workstations at its core with a multitude of different facilities located within it following a round of investment that saw the organisation raise $35 million last year.
The history of 100 Thieves is celebrated with various framed photos on the walls of players and investors like Canadian rapper Drake as well as banners celebrating the organisation's CWL wins in Anaheim and London.
A high-end production studio that will be used for podcasts, skits, docuseries' and all other possible content with two different sets includes a video wall. The production side of 100T also has designated editing bays.
Sponsors in the various rooms can be seen throughout including Rocket Morgage and Totino's.
Specific League of Legends and Fortnite training rooms have also been built within the facility on top of the usual practice rooms for the titles and an apparel design studio.
There are also general practice rooms for all 100T esports including CS:GO as well as high-end streaming studios to host streamers in-house and Nadeshot himself has his own personal studio within the facility.
In one of the four streaming studios, Nadeshot jokes that they can't talk about who is in there as it is yet to be announced so we can expect yet another content creator to be joining 100 Thieves in the near future.
The full video tour can be found below that shows the full compound and all of the little details and easter eggs for longtime 100T fans.