While they continue to tease fans of a possible Halo roster pickup, the massive North American organization 100 Thieves released a Halo-focused clothing line on Monday.
The line included five t-shirts, two hoodies, a cap, a water bottle, and a rug all with iconic Halo imagery on them.
The organization currently fields rosters in League of Legends, VALORANT, Apex Legends, and Call of Duty. 100 Thieves has been teasing involvement in Halo esports over the last month, as members have spoken highly of the game and shared fan art of in-game skins.
The recent $50,000 Game Pass Invitational also included two 100T streamers, with the content creator Enable winning the tournament after he finished the Twitch Rivals Halo 3 throwback tournament as a runner-up last month.
Now with this partnership between 100 Thieves and Microsoft revealed, many fans will be hoping for further involvement of the organization in Halo through 2022. Potential options are a streamer showmatch like they previously ran for VALORANT’s launch, the signing of Halo streamers, or even the announcement of an HCS roster.
Keep an eye out for all potential tournament or signing announcements as they come here at ForerunnerGG.