100 Thieves CEO Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag reveals why he is not streaming Valorant according to him he is blocked by Riot Games.

Nadeshot is ex Optic Gaming superstar who is currently the CEO of team ‘100 Thieves’ and
Riot Game’s Valorant has given permission to many 100 Thieves players and staff to play and
stream the game on the first day but Nadeshot is not in the list.

Riot is asking him not to stream the game rather play it off-stream.

“Matt, why do you sound so down?” Twitch streamer Dennis ‘Cloakzy’ Lepore asked him during a Warzone live broadcast on April 5 “Nah bro, I’m just pissed,” Nadeshot replies. “I can’t stream Valorant on Tuesday,” he added.

According to him all of this is because of LCS management issues.

Nadeshot reason for not streaming Valorant

“Other LCS and LEC and LCK team owners complained I had access when they don’t have access. So Riot asked me not to stream until the next day. It’s such a long story. I’ll be playing, but I can’t stream. I’m not allowed to stream,” he revealed.

“Are you f***ing kidding me?” Cloakzy says.

This doesn’t mean that Nadeshot will not be able to play Valorant completely, he will have
the access to play the game but off-stream.

“I love Riot, they’re incredible. This isn’t their fault. Riot has done nothing wrong, it’s just the other owners,” Nadeshot says after explaining the situation.

“I’m being penalized for being good at my job,” Nadeshot continued, “It’s crazy. I can’t even begin to tell you how insane it actually is.”


According to him, he will have to wait until 7th April to stream and share his experiences with
his audience.

And with him, his 1.2 million Twitch followers will also have to wait to know their favourite streamer’s point of view on the game.

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