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100 Thieves Reveal A New LoL Roster

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28 Nov 2023
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Tit Krajnik 28 Nov 2023
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  • 100 Thieves announced its new League of Legends roster for the 2024 season
  • As unveiled, 100 Thieves is investing heavily in young talent for the next year
  • The organisation announced its 2024 lineup as a “New Era” for 100T
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On Monday, November 27, North American esports organisation 100 Thieves announced its new League of Legends roster for the 2024 season. As revealed, 100 T's lineup will consist mainly of young and unproven talent, unveiling 100 Thieves' intention of investing in a more development-focused lineup.

100 Thieves parted ways with most of its lineup throughout November, including support Alan "Busio" Cwalina, ADC Yiliang "Peter" "Doublelift" Peng, jungler Can "Closer" Çelik, top laner Kim "Ssumday" Chan-ho, and substitute top laner Thomas "Jenkins" Tran. 

However, while it became clear that 100T is set to hit a reset button on its LoL division, it wasn't until Monday that the team revealed its new signings.


Unlike most teams who signed proven talents and veterans, 100 Thieves took a different approach and built its new lineup mostly from young talent, aiming to create a more development-oriented roster.

The only returning player to 100 T's 2024 roster is mid laner Lim "Quid" Hyeon-seung, who joined the organisation in May 2023 from Gen.G Global Academy. Joining the 19-year-old Korean mid laner is his compatriot, jungler Kim "River" Dong-woo, who spent the last year competing at Golden Guardians and is the most experienced member of 100 T's new roster.

Support Bill "Eyla" Nguyen is another familiar name for LoL Championship Series (LCS) fans, as he has spent the last year competing in the North American league with FlyQuest and Evil Geniuses after proving his worth in Team Liquid Academy.

Young Prospects Join The Lineup


Besides the three familiar names, 100 Thieves also added top laner Rayan "Sniper" Shoura and ADC Brandon "Meech" Choi.

Sniper is one of the most notable additions to 100 Thieves' LoL roster, as the 17-year-old is finally allowed to play in the LCS. The young player first became a household name in the LoL scene in 2018, when he reached Challenger rank in solo queue at just 12 years of age.

He has since spent time competing in 100 Thieves' Academy and Challengers teams, waiting to become old enough to join the top level of the NA LoL competitive scene. Like Sniper, the new ADC Meech has no experience competing in the LCS.

Meech has started competing in 2018 and was most recently a part of Disguised, with who he won the NACL 2023 Summer Playoffs.

The League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) 2024 season is set to start in January 2024, when 100 Thieves will get to showcase its young lineup.

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