Rachel "Valkyrae" Hofstetter and Jack "CouRage" Dunlop have been granted co-ownership of the organization they've represented for a long time - 100 Thieves. They now join friend Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag and Drake in the corporate side of 100 Thieves.
Valkyrae climbed the ladder and became one of the most recognizable names on Twitch before doing the same on YouTube. CouRage is a successful YouTuber himself. Now, they are both co-owners of one of the most successful gaming organizations on the market - 100T, or 100 Thieves.
When Did Valkyrae & CouRage Join 100 Thieves?
The two streamers have been with 100 Thieves for a few years now, though Valkyrae outranks CouRage by about a year. Valkyrae started creating content for 100T in 2018, CouRage joined in mid-2019. Their contribution to the brand has been immense, as two of the most popular streamers and content creators on the market. Nadeshot showed his appreciation in no uncertain way.
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Two of our creators @Valkyrae & @CouRageJD have been integral to our success as an organization these past few years. Today, we're so thrilled to announce both of them as co-owners of 100 Thieves! #100Thieves pic.twitter.com/zViRHTYG02— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) April 7, 2021
Valkyrae & Courage Join Nadeshot in 100 Thieves Ownership
Nadeshot, Valkyrae, CouRage and the entire 100 Thieves organization were very proud of this moment. So proud, in fact, that they released a 20-minute announcement video in which the new co-owners speak at length about their experiences with 100T and with content creation as a whole.
Congratulations to both Valkyrae and CouRage! It must feel amazing to co-own something as big as 100 Thieves. And essentially, be colleagues with Drake, who also holds a stake in the company.