Valkyrae Responds as the 100 Thieves Co-Owner Faces Backlash After the Cash App UNO Event; Ludwig Admits to Being Jealous of Karl Jacobs During Subathon

Published 04/22/2021, 10:22 AM EDT


100 Thieves, in collaboration with Cash App, recently hosted the Payday event, inviting tons of popular content creators and streamers. However, after all the hard work 100 Thieves members put in making interesting content for fans, there were still a few unhappy faces. Unfortunately, 100T Co-Owner Valkyrae had to face the brunt of all this disappointment.

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After the conclusion of the event, the team and all the guests posed for a group photo. Valkyrae shared the image on Twitter, thanking everyone who helped to make the event a success. Naturally, for a decent photograph, everyone posed without their facemasks.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 26: Gamer Valkyrae plays tennis while taking a selfie ahead of the Fortnite Summer Smash during day 13 of the 2019 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 26, 2019, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)

Many fans replied to Valkyrae’s tweet pointing out how it was extremely careless for everyone to gather like this amidst the pandemic. Moreover, they called 100T out for organizing such a major event without necessary precautions. While Nadeshot and CouRage, the other owners of the organization, remained silent, Rae came out in its defense.

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Valkyrae assures 100T took all precautions for the Cash App Payday event

In a now-deleted tweet, the 100 Thieves Co-Owner assured fans that the organizers took all the precautions. They started testing every participant a week before the event took place. Additionally, they also ensured all the participants are fully vaccinated. Finally, 100T also tested every participant before they stepped into the Cash App compound.

Valkyrae had a long day on Twitter defending 100T from all the accusations. The constant allegations also ended up frustrating Rae to a point where many thought she stepped out of line. However, Rae deleted all her tweets and apologized to all her fans if she sounded rude in any of her replies.

In other news, CouRage took home $350,000 after winning the star-studded UNO game. Moreover, he also won $100,000 in Bitcoin from Cash App as well as a cool belt he can show off in front of his friends.

Ludwig is jealous since Karl Jacobs had more live viewers than him during his subathon

During the Cash App Payday, CouRage and Nadeshot hosted their exclusive show live for the first time. To mark this occasion, they invited the new ‘King of Twitch’, Ludwig, along with Karl Jacobs.

Nadeshot started off by congratulating Ludwig on his massive feat after he broke Ninja’s all-time subscriber record on the streaming platform. However, before he could go on, Ludwig offered to tell the viewers “something f***ed up.”

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Ludwig mentioned how during his record-breaking stream, he got a peak of around 200K viewers throughout the 31 days. However, he is still jealous of the fact that during the same period, Karl Jacobs somehow managed to peak higher than Ludwig.

Karl, what do I have to f***ing do out here? Do I have to be naked? Show my balls**k to the viewers?”

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Shwetang Parthsarthy is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. His love for arguments and games has led him down two paths: being a law student and writing about the world of gaming since 2017. What started as a teenage hobby in the relatively small mobile gaming world with FPS games like Critical Ops and Call of Duty: Mobile, has grown into a professional pursuit with EssentiallySports.

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