100 Thieves creates Cash App Compound in Fortnite - Upcomer
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100 Thieves has built their entire esports facility in Fortnite using Fortnite’s Creative mode for fans to come and visit. There have been a lot of creative ideas sparked in Fortnite Creative like Death Runs, parkour courses, fighting arenas, and more. But nothing quite reaches the level of depth and creativity that 100 Thieves has reached.

Players can now access the 100 Thieves Cash App Compound by going to the Fortnite Creative Hub and searching for it. Once inside you’ll be able to tour the entire compound, find Easter eggs, and complete quests. This allows players to play around inside the compound rather than walk through it like a museum.

The Cash App Compound houses training facilities for their players as well as their apparel store at the front of the building. Players can also go out back where the basketball hoop is and try their luck at free throws. You’re also able to see all the streaming rooms and training facilities made for the various teams. This includes the Fortnite training room where you can see where the professionals occasionally play from.

100 Thieves expands its brand into video games

This isn’t 100 Thieves’ first collaboration with a popular video game title like Fortnite. Throughout their nearly three years of operation, 100 Thieves has collaborated in Rogue Company, FIFA, and more. They even created their entire apparel line to be wearable in the Nintendo game Animal Crossing.

Just last month 100 Thieves announced its partnership with Rogue Company, which gave players an in-game weapon and player skins. In the year before, they collaborated with FIFA to get its jersey released as a soccer kit in-game. Now that 100 Thieves has partnered with Fortnite, there is no telling where it could go next. Could they one day get their own sponsored skin within Fortnite? The possibilities are endless.

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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.