Enable joins 100 Thieves as a content creator - Upcomer
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Ian “Enable” Wyatt has officially joined 100 Thieves as a content creator after his retirement from professional Call of Duty. 100 Thieves have been taking over the Call of Duty scene since they announced that they would be re-entering the scene. Since then they have been able to bring back previous team captain Austin “Slasher” Liddicoat and star player Kenny “Kenny” Williams.

After 100 Thieves left the Call of Duty scene, Enable and Sam “Octane” Larew moved to the Seattle Surge. Unfortunately, Seattle was unable to perform, and the original team was eventually blown up. Enable had been placed on the bench of the Surge shortly after the season began and was unable to return to the starting roster. When the season ended, he announced his retirement from professional Call of Duty and explained he did not want to coach.

100 Thieves then returned to the Call of Duty scene as the Los Angeles Thieves. That left Enable with only one logical answer to call home. Enable had been the main source of content for 100 Thieves on their mini-series 02100 featuring their Call of Duty team. Even after they pulled away from Call of Duty, Enable and many others remained in contact.

Enable revives 100 Thieves’ content

100 Thieves revolves around making exceptional content for their audience outside of esports. With over a million followers on YouTube, 100 Thieves knows a thing or two about content. Since his benching, Enable has been on a constant content grind on his main channel. He even expanded his brand with new logos to cement himself as a content creator.

He now joins 100 Thieves’ already stacked content roster with the hopes of expanding his own brand. While Enable does come from a professional Call of Duty background, he has been playing more games on his channel. With the release of Cyberpunk 2077, Enable has been streaming the game as a let’s play for his newer audience.

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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.