Hundred Thieves has released its Call of Duty team after a disappointing last place finish in stage two of the North American Call of Duty World League.
The organisation was formed earlier this year by former OpTic Gaming legend Matthew "NaDeSHoT" Haag. Its first acquisition was a Call of Duty squad with a place in the CWL, however just a few weeks into the season Brandon "Nelson" McKinney left the team and results never improved. The team finished with a dismal record of just four wins and 18 losses during stage two, ending up in last place. Hundred Thieves was granted a direct invitation to MLG Anaheim just a few weeks ago, but failed to even win a single map.
The release of the team shouldn't come as too much of a surprise, but it does mean that the organisation is currently without a team. However a social media presence that includes a whopping 132,000 Twitter followers, along with the involvement of NaDeSHoT, will probably mean that won't be the case for too long.