Pro esports org 100 Thieves, which also operates a lucrative merch division and branded content business, has added two Fortnite pros to its fleet: Brendan ‘Falconer’ Falconer and Brett ‘Grandma’ Squires, per numerous missives on Twitter.

Falconer has previously competed alongside 100 Thieves player Arkhram, where the duo finished fifth at the most recent Fortnite World Cup, taking home a $900,000 prize, per Dexerto. Squires, formerly known as GrandmaTeets, is known for playing quite a bit of Fortnite with noted celeb superfan Drake. (Drake, for his part, is also an investor in 100 Thieves, as is noted music manager Scooter Braun).

Falconer counts 1,400 Twitch followers, while Squires has 1,000 followers.

In addition to the new Fortnite pros, 100 Thieves also added the Renegades roster for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to its team on Oct. 31, who debuted at the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Beijing and reached the grand finals, per Dexerto. 100 Thieves also signed League Of Legends coach Tony ‘Zikz’ Gray, who helped lead League of Legends Championship Series winners Team SoloMid (TSM) to victories in both 2015 and 2016. Two weeks ago, 100 Thieves also inked a deal with fast-growing Twitch streamer BrookeAB.

You can check out the company’s Falconer and Grandma announcements below:

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