Matthew Haag, also known as Nadeshot, is a former American professional Call of Duty player. He is the founder, co-owner and CEO of the 100 Thieves esports team and former captain of OpTic Gaming during the Call of Duty: Ghosts 2014 season and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare 2014-2015, plays an objective support role . Haag is the 2014 Major League Gaming X Games gold medal winner and 2011 Call of Duty XP World Champion, winning the best eSports player at the 2014 Game Awards. He is a former electric sports athlete. Member of Red Bull and on Twitch live stream. Previously, Haag has been sponsored by several gaming hardware companies including Astro Gaming and Scuf Gaming. He also runs a YouTube channel with more than 3.2 million subscribers and more than 270 hours of content.
|Born||Matthew Haag, August 03, 1992, Illinois, United States|
|2016–present||100 Thieves (Owner and CEO)|
YouTube phenomenon named Matt Haag who makes a living as a competitive Call of Duty gamer. He is best known as Nadeshot or Optic Nadeshot. He earned the titles of MLG All Star Classic MVP and Champion and Gamebattles Live Champion and reigning Belt Holder for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 among numerous others.
He first started competing at the age of 13 and turned pro when he was 16 when the first version of Modern Warfare became available in the Call of Duty franchise.
He was born in Palos Hills, Illinois and his father's name is Jeffery. His mother died in 2012.
Call of Duty players. Red Bull. McDonald's people