Nadeshot Cameos In PGA Tour 2K23 Trailers Alongside Tiger Woods

Nadeshot Cameos In PGA Tour 2K23 Trailers Alongside Tiger Woods
2K Interactive

Written by 

Jack Marsh


23rd Aug 2022 15:28

Ever since hanging up his Call of Duty sticks, Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag has gone on to build quite an impressive resume. But stepping away from his 100 Thieves empire, the former-esports professional can often be found putting his hand-eye coordination through the paces nine holes at a time, and now his golfing days have propelled him to new heights.

Nadeshot is by no means a golfing superstar, although he will have likely whittled down his handicap significantly since 100 Thieves' launch, using the sport as a switch-off and escape from the online world.

Now though, the former Call of Duty pioneer has become one of the faces for another game, featuring in the PGA Tour 2K23 trailer alongside titan sportsmen like Tiger Woods.

Nadeshot Features In PGA Tour 2K23 Trailer

In the reveal, a range of Hollywood personalities can be seen on show alongside golf professionals. American rapper "ScHoolboy Q" brings "flavour to the game" while radio personality Peter Rosenberg and wrestler Mike "The Miz" Mizanin accompany Paige Spiranac and Lydia Ko.

Most surprisingly, Nadeshot tees off in the trailer, smashing a ball directly off the top of a caddy, landing on the fairway at the feet of Tiger Woods.

While Woods dons a Game of Thrones-style seat, forged with clubs, Nadeshot can be spotted in a pair of Gucci pants and a 100 Thieves jersey.


Unfortunately, while many of the golfers on display will feature within the game, Nadeshot won't be a playable character in PGA 2K23. Certain bundles will feature an NBA crossover with Michael Jordan, but it's not quite the Call of Duty partnership that would reel in Nadeshot too.

It's also not the first time we've seen Nadeshot feature as an actor. The 100 Thieves founder and co-owner is also featured in the Warzone Season 3 trailer, adding it to an ever-growing list of skills on his CV.

Shooting off a 13 handicap, Nadeshot might need the odd tip from Tiger Woods if he ever had desires of a career change, although he appears to be doing quite fine as the face of 100 Thieves and the wider esports scene.

Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.

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