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100 Thieves has officially added the YouTube content house 2Hype to their content team. 2Hype is a group of seven best friends who create various content videos. They are known for their Among Us, challenge, and basketball videos. Their main channel has over a million subscribers with each of their individual channels having between 500,000 and 3 million subscribers. 2Hype isn’t just a YouTube group as they also have created a presence on Instagram and Twitter.
2Hype members include Jesse “Jesser” Riedel, Cash Nasty, Zack Mowley, Mopi, Kristopher “London” Obaseki, Moochie, and James “Jiedel” Riedel. They started their careers individually by playing NBA 2k and later came together to form 2Hype. They currently film videos in their content house in Yorba Linda, California. Some have considered the group to be an American version of British content group Sidemen who started out playing FIFA.
100 Thieves first introduced 2Hype in one of their content house videos a few weeks prior to their signing. Each team had to compete in a series of challenges to pull ahead as the “best content group”. Unfortunately, 2Hype fell short in the last event and lost to the 100 Thieves content house.
2Hype add to 100 Thieves stacked content team
100 Thieves have arguably the best content team in esports with big names like Jack “Courage” Dunlop and Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter. The Mob is another popular content group that has been under the 100 Thieves banner for a year now.
We're so thrilled today to welcome @official2hype to 100 Thieves!
This group of 6 creators sits at the forefront of sports, gaming, & culture. Just in the past few years, they've amassed over 18M YouTube subs across their channels. We look forward to so many collabs to come! pic.twitter.com/vwDR7itlCI
— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) November 17, 2020
2Hype adds another layer of fan base to 100 Thieves that enjoy content outside of typical gaming. Fans that enjoy watching NBA 2k streamers and basketball will be new to the content scene of the Thieves. In addition to their official announcement, 2Hype was shown wearing some of the new apparel from an upcoming drop. 100 Thieves always know how to build hype behind their apparel announcements and now is no different.
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Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.