North American esports organisation, 100 Thieves, announced this Monday that they would be shuttering their CS:GO team after the conclusion of their current tournament.

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The team is currently competing in the Intel Extreme Masters XV — New York Online: North America, Nadeshot has confirmed that this will be their last tournament.

100 Thieves posted a video on their social media about the changes. It was a frank and open explanation about their current situation and how the recent pandemic influenced their decision-making, “2020 was definitely not the year any of us anticipated”.

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Nadeshot justified the cuts by explaining how the changes to the CS:GO tournament infrastructure were not viable for an organisation based in North America. He wanted to help the players but believed that 100 Thieves was not the right place for them.

“What’s happening right now in CS:GO is that everything is transitioning over to Europe. We talked to our players about what solutions