100 Thieves has expanded its ownership board to include two of the company’s most famous content creators: Rachel “Valkyrie” Halfstetter and Jack “Courage” Dunlap. The new ownership system represents one of the key values that drives 100 thieves as an organization: built by creators, for creators. Currently Valkyrie and Courage join the ownership team of 100 Thieves CEO and founder Matthew “Nateshot” Hawke, Drake, Media Mogul Scooter Brown and Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert.
“As a streamer and former pro player, I have always wanted to be a company that leads 100 thieves, a platform for content creators. Ray and Jack have been with us since 2018 and 2019 respectively, and significant contributors to 100 thieves. They deserve it – we want their strategic input on what we can all do together in the future, ”said Matthew” Nateshot “Hawke, Founder and CEO of 100 Thieves.
In their new positions, Valkyrie and Courage will be more involved with the broader business strategy of the 100 Thieves, helping to identify and develop new skills, develop new projects and other initiatives. In the meantime, fans can expect to find content they both know and like from both creators.
“I’m so excited to be co-owner of 100 Thieves and to help write the next chapter for our organization. I’m proud to be the first female content creator to join 100 Thieves from the beginning. , And we look forward to welcoming new creators we know our fans will love, ”said Rachel“ Valkyrie ”Hofstetter.
“Being co-owner of 100 Thieves seemed like a natural improvement in my entrepreneurial journey, and I am very proud to take this step forward. 100 Thieves has opened many doors to my life and supported my evolution as a creator. Courage & Nateshot We were able to do amazing things together, such as creating shows and a variety of incredible videos.
Joining the ownership team comes in the wake of a year of major growth for both creators. With 3.1M followers on Instagram and 2.1m followers on Twitter, Valkyrie is one of the most popular and most watched female gamers in the world today. He recently won The Game Awards 2020 for “Content Creator of the Year” and by the end of January 2021 reached a major milestone on YouTube: 3 million subscribers. Meanwhile, Courage has 1.7M followers on Instagram, 3.27M followers on YouTube and 1.6m followers on Twitter, and his stardom continues to grow. Courage and Valkyrie both signed exclusive streaming agreements with YouTube Gaming in 2019 and 2020, respectively.