100 Thieves Release APEX Legends Roster

In a swift departure from the scene they joined just last February, 100 Thieves has released their APEX Legends roster. Just weeks after the game’s launch, 100 Thieves signed Gigz to the team. They then added Teenage, Lifted, and JP2 to round out their squadron. Despite the early entrance into the scene, 100 Thieves’ roster failed to find success competitively. They finished 10th at the FACEIT Pro Series and haven’t found much success in the limited number of tournaments run for APEX.

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Today we part ways with our Apex Legends team. Thank you @Teenage, @100T_lifted, and @100T_JP2 for representing 100 Thieves during your competitive Apex career. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors. pic.twitter.com/OG55u19wwV

It remains to be seen whether 100 Thieves will remain active in the APEX Legends space. They haven’t made a formal announcement about whether they’re leaving the scene or just rebuilding their team. However, their tweet which says “Thank you APEX Legends” would seem to suggest that they will not be continuing on with the game. If so, it’s another black eye on a game that had a ton of potential.

Image courtesy of EA and Respawn Entertainment

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