North American organisation 100 Thieves has established a partnership with computer hardware manufacturer NZXT.
The deal between the two Los Angeles-based companies will see 100 Thieves provided with gaming PCs from NZXT BLD – the custom-building arm of the company.
100 Thieves just unveiled the 100 Thieves Cash App Compound, the headquarters for its entire operations. Included in the facility are four streaming pods, all of which have been kitted out with NZXT H510 setups.
As part of the deal, a custom build – titled the “100 Thieves Player Build” – is available for purchase from NZXT’s website. The manufacturer joins Rocket Mortgage, Red Bull, Cash App, and Totino’s as an official partner of the organisation.
In a video showcasing the new facility, NXZT computers can also be seen utilised in various esports team training rooms. Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag, CEO and Founder of 100 Thieves, uploaded an unboxing video to celebrate the partnership, too.
NZXT currently sponsors streamer Benjamin “DrLupo” Lupo and organisations including Grow uP eSports. In the past, NZXT has had deals with Team Envy, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, and Nick “NICKMERCS” Kolcheff.
Esports Insider says: With 100 Thieves being the name on almost everybody’s lips when it comes to forward-thinking organisations in esports, this is a solid deal for NZXT. What’s even more clever is the fact that the Cash App Compound will be the focus on many videos from here on out, so kitting it out with PCs is evergreen advertisement.