Cloakzy 100 thieves streamer

100 Thieves as an organization is gaining more and more momentum by the day. They recently revealed their new compound, which is the largest esports facility in the country. Also, they started their LCS season yesterday and unveiled 100 Thieves Next, which develops amateur League of Legends players. The company is trying to increase its content creation team, too, as they’ve signed a couple of streamers within the past couple of months. However, one more member is joining that group, as teased by Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag, 100T’s owner. There’s reason to believe that Dennis “Cloakzy” Lepore could be that member.

Will Cloakzy join 100 Thieves?

Cloakzy made his name by joining FaZe Clan as a Fortnite professional player. He was there from the inception as FaZe tried to form one of the most dominant rosters in the game. In 2018, they accomplished that by signing Turner “Tfue” Tenney, who Cloakzy became great friends with.

However, all of that is in the past, as FaZe has turned their attention away from Fortnite. Cloakzy left the organization shortly after Tfue sued FaZe in a huge contract dispute. Since then, Cloakzy hasn’t joined another organization and has turned into more of a variety streamer.

That said, rumors have started circulating that he could join 100 Thieves sometime in the future. He’s become great friends with Nadeshot and Jack “CouRageJD” Dunlop, often living in the 100 Thieves content house. Also, Cloakzy’s girlfriend Alexia Raye is friends with Rachel “Valkyrae” Hofsetter, another 100T creator.

If the above signs weren’t enough, it seems that Alexia Raye is moving to L.A. and living in close proximity to Valkyrae. Pair this with the fact that another streamer is joining 100 Thieves soon, as stated by Nadeshot in the compound tour, and Cloakzy to 100 Thieves seems inevitable.

While nothing is confirmed, the community would be very surprised if they didn’t end up signing Cloakzy.

Do you think Cloakzy is joining 100T? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all gaming news.

Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.

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