Zikz joins 100T fresh off a world championship win with Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses North America Rank #1 , where he helped bolster the organization's coaching staff as an assistant coach alongside Christine "potter" Chi. His time with EG ranged from their stay at São Paulo's LOCK//IN to the team's run through Champions, where they bested Paper Rex Paper Rex Asia-Pacific Rank #1 in the grand final 3-1 to give North America its most important trophy of the year.
100T had a less fortunate 2023 season; despite matching NRG Esports NRG Esports North America Rank #4 as the best-performing North American team at LOCK//IN, the organization was unable to replicate their results within the Americas League. After falling to MIBR MIBR Brazil Rank #4 off the back of André "TxoziN" Saidel's infamous knife, 100T were left with the short end of the stick in a five-way tiebreaker that denied them a chance at playoffs and Masters: Tokyo.
With no choice but to compete in the Americas LCQ for a spot at Champions, 100T started off strong against Sentinels Sentinels North America Rank #10 with a one-map lead, but were unable to close out the series and were eliminated from contention in their first match of the event.
With their year over, 100T opted to – like many other organizations – begin rebuilding their roster, releasing Derrek "Derrek" Ha and former in-game leader Brenden "stellar" McGrath before making changes to their coaching staff.
- Sean "bang" Bezerra
- Matthew "Cryocells" Panganiban
- Peter "Asuna" Mazuryk
- Zander "thwifo" Kim (Sub)
- Anthony "Zikz" Gray (Head coach)
- Michael "Mikes" Hockom (Assistant coach)
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