Matthew 'Nadeshot' Haag - founder and CEO of esports organisation 100 Thieves - has taken to Twitter to share a video in which he reveals that his side will not be competing in Call of Duty next season, despite experiencing some success this past season with Black Ops 4.
"I wouldn't say this is the end," Haag said when talking about participating in Call of Duty, before going on to say that the upcoming franchised league is "so expensive", not just with upfront costs but "operational costs" too, something that Haag says he's not prepared for, nor equipped for.
You can hear all of Haag's thoughts and reasons in the full video at the link above. Are you sad to see them go?
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