In February, 100 Thieves introduced Totino as one of the main partners for the organization call of Duty team. Today the Totino partnership with 100 Thieves has expanded in many ways.
As well as supporting call of Duty team, Totino's now in partnership with 100 Thieves ’ Fortnite players. 100 Thieves Matthew Founders “Nadeshot” published the extension of Totino's partnership on the group's YouTube page earlier today. With the new partnership, these players move to the Totino World Cup House in Atlanta.
Nadeshot said the team house will give the players the opportunity to reach new skills Fortnite. “If everyone under one roof helps each other to develop a week after week and be able to rely on one of their games a little bit, I think the This house is incredible – it's going to help our big team, "Nadeshot said.
As well as providing it Fortnite there's a team with a house, Totino's support for a series of documents called “Loot,” which runs for 10 weeks. The documentary will be targeted at 100 Thieves ’ Fortnite Team working up to Fortnite World Cup. The event will consist of a number of qualifying rounds for the World Cup, which will take place in New York from 26 July to 28 July.
More recently, 100 Thieves have signed a number of new people Fortnite players. Ken “Kenith,” Sawyer “SirDimetrious,” Davis “Ceice” McClellan, Hayden “Elevate” Krueger, “Kyzui,” and Maurilio “Blind” Garmajo with a ros of 100 Thieves' Fortnite team at this time. At the moment, I don't know who is moving to Totino World Cup House.