100 Thieves’ Damonte on the team’s development: ‘They just haven’t seen our ceiling yet’

After breezing through last month’s LCS Lock In tournament with an average game time of just over 31 minutes, 100 Thieves opened its season last night with a 47-minute League of Legends marathon win over Evil Geniuses.

There’s a strong chance that the game would have ran even longer if not for the heroics of 100 Thieves’ mid laner Damonte, who sealed the win for his team with a monstrous triple kill in the final moments of the contest. 

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