iiTzTimmy joins 100 Thieves as part of the Valorant streaming community


iiTzTimmy joins 100 Thieves as part of the Valorant streaming community

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Top streamers for Valorant are rare, and more so when they are free agents. Several top streamers have already been tied down to specific organizations like Ethos and AverageJonas, and the ones that remain are going off like hotcakes.

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One of the primary ways for competitive Valorant teams is to generate revenue through steaming and appealing to the community, and the best way of doing so is to either sign up or collaborate with popular streamers on both Twitch and Youtube in order to herd in their traffic onto the specific streamers.

100 Thieves have therefore decided to sign iiTzTimmy into their streamer community as a way of appealing to the masses. This popular streamer boasts a collective 4 million subscribers on Twitch and Youtube, making him the perfect candidate to add to the streaming roster. iiTzTimmy joins the already elusive roster boasting of Valkyrae, TenZ’s fiancee Kyedae, Vinnie Hacker, and so on. Also identifying as a musical artist, iiTzTimmy will be in charge of the hardware department of the game.

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iiTzTimmy is known for streaming all forms of popular titles as the games are released, however, is prominently found featuring CS: GO, Valorant, Apex Legends, etc. He is infamous for his notoriously long live streams, going on 24-hour marathons as well as his entertaining personality. It will be interesting to find out if 100T has some sort of a collaboration project in mind, featuring the likes of iiTzTimmy, Kyedae, and Valkyrie in the same frame.

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100T announces its roster for VCT 2023

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100T has gone ahead and revealed its entire roster for the upcoming VCT 2023, although it is yet to announce the sixth player. The current 100T roster appears like:

  • Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk
  • Derrek “Derrek” Ha
  • Brenden “stellar” McGrath
  • Matthew “Cryocells” Panganiban
  • Sean “bang” Bezerra

With Seangares stepping down as the head coach to pursue content creation, Mikes will be taking up the role of the new head coach. 100T have retained most of their roster, with Cryocells being the only notable signing to replace Sam who is not an inactive member and searching for a different franchise.

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With VCT 2023 scheduled to start next year in February, all teams are pushing to fill up their roster. It will be interesting to find out who the 100T add as the final member in their roster.

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