Who is Nadeshot and what is his net worth 2018? Matthew Haag popularly known as “Nadeshot” is a former professional player of ‘Call of Duty’. He is the former captain of the gaming team OpTic Gaming in the Call of Duty: Ghosts Season of 2014 and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare of 2014 – 2015. Haag owns the “100 Thieves”. His name has been stylised as “NaDeSHoT”. He has sponsored many gaming hardware companies like Scuf Gaming and Astro Gaming. He is the creator of his own competitive team ‘100 Thieves’ in 2016 which started playing Call of Duty World League. He left ‘Call of Duty’ in 2015 after winning the championship.
Matthew Haag was born on August 3, 1992, in the United States. He was born to parents Christina Haag and Jeff Haag. His father is a carpenter and he has got a sister and brother. He went to the Amos Alonzo Stagg High School located in Palos Hills, Illinois and completed his graduation in 2010. Following that, he went to do business studies for two years at Moraine Valley Community College. Prior to getting involved in competitive gaming, he used to work in a restaurant at McDonald’s.
He adopted the name “Nadeshot” which is derived from “grenade shot”, which is a Halo series’ lethal move. At the first-person shooter called ‘Halo 2’, he was an amateur and later switched to third-person shooter series called ‘Gears of War’. In 2007, Haag missed the qualification of ‘Gears of Wars’ in MLG Chicago.
Nadeshot was known to be secretly dating Jenna Ezarik, who is a professional YouTuber. They met through ‘Justine, who is the sister of Jenna. She has posted the couple’s picture on her Instagram account.
Nadeshot made his debut in ‘Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare’ at the age of sixteen. In June 2010, he became a member of the OpTic Gaming. Haag became the captain of the OpTic Gaming in 2014 after the resignation of Will “BigTymer” Johnson. In the Call of Duty Championship 2015 tournament, he finished in seventh place and stepped down as the captain of OpTic Gaming.
In 2016, he decided to leave the OpTic clan. The game now comprises Matthew “Formal” Piper, Ian “Crimsix” Porter, Seth “Scump” Abner, and Damon “Karma” Barlow. At the 2011 season of Call of Duty: Black Ops, he got dropped from the team. He then went on to play for Team EnVyUs. At the 2012-13 season of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, he and OpTic Gaming finished at the 5th position.
Following that, he went to play in G1 (Gfinity 1) and placed third in MLG Anaheim in California and London, UK. Haag then went on to compete in Call of Duty: Ghosts and had a disappointing finish. In 2014, his team was knocked out by CompLexity Gaming in ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’. In 2015, he stepped down as the member and captain of the pro-team OpTic Gaming.
Nadeshot has won the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Championship 2015 with OpTic Gaming. He has also placed in various other championship tournaments. In 2014, he won the eSports Player of the Year award at The Game Awards. He is a gold medalist of the MLG (Major League Gaming) Games 2014.
Nadeshot Net Worth
Nadeshot made considerable success by becoming a professional Call of Duty player. He started his career at a very young age. In doing so, he has gone on to accumulate good wealth. Nadeshot’s net worth is an estimated $2.5 million. This wealth comes by appearing in various professional tournaments. He earned $100,000 at the $1 million Call of Duty XP tournament in 2011-12.
In another $1 million Duty Championships in 2013-14 seasons, he finished in the 8th place. He had a 3 – 0 victory against tK in the 2013-14 season of Call of Duty: Ghosts. His team earned another $120,000 by securing a victory over Trident T1 Dotters of Australia. They also won the $75,000 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare title.
Matthew Haag is a former athlete of the eSports ‘Red Bull’. He has also participated in the streaming program of Twitch.tv. his gaming team ‘100 Thieves’ started playing during the Black Ops 3 season.