Nadeshot will compete at a Call of Duty event thanks to his charity stream
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100 Thieves CEO Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag will be returning to his roots sometime in 2020. Earlier today, the popular gaming personality held a charity stream for Gamers Outreach. The charity helps kids in need with food, shelter, and of course, video games.

Before the stream, Nadeshot and the rest of 100 Thieves set donation goals. For example, if $50,000 was reached during his stream session, Nadeshot would have to assemble a team and compete at a Call of Duty Open event. Well, as luck and generosity would have it, his community exceeded this goal.

Nadeshot returning to Call of Duty

After nearly five years of absence, Nadeshot will once again compete at a Call of Duty event. His last event, CWL Championships 2015, lives on in infamy thanks to his untimely use of the HBRa3 Assault Rifle.

Nonetheless, Nadeshot is a pioneer for Call of Duty esports, and his presence at any event will surely boost viewership. In terms of the team he will assemble, it’s unknown at this time. Sure, we can always guess as to who he would choose. But with the Call of Duty League underway, his options aren’t as plentiful.

Nadeshot raised over $50,000 for Gamers Outreach in just over a couple hours on stream

For starters, Nadeshot obviously can’t pick any player currently under contract with a CDL organization. Moreover, he can’t choose any players that are competing on a Path to Pro team. So, his options are essentially limited to free agents, of which there are some notable talents.

On the other hand, while he would have more success with professional players, he could always choose to compete with the “Old Men of Redacted”. Nadeshot often plays with this group, which consists of former OpTic Gaming CEO Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez and other former OpTic creators.

The first Call of Duty Open event has yet to be announced. However, it should take place sometime after the Launch Weekend on Jan 24. The community will certainly welcome Nadeshot back to the mainstage with open arms.

Who do you think Nadeshot will choose? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all of your Call of Duty coverage.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.