Henrique ‘HEN1’ Teles

By: EsportsOnly.Com
Apr 24, 2017

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Henrique ‘HEN1’ Teles

Henrique ‘HEN1’ Teles is a Brazilian pro gamer that plays alongside his twin brother, LUCAS1 for 100 Thieves. He takes on the responsibility of the awper for his team. HEN1 is the glue guy that holds the CS:GO unit together by keeping his team mates spirits high even after a lost match…

Where it all began:

Crossfire game

Henrique began his debut as a professional cyber athlete in the computer game, Crossfire in 2014, competing in his first ever esports tournament, the Brazil Gaming League. After that Teles took up Counter-Strike 1.6 practising with his father and brother, LUCAS1 to become a top player.

The Team:

100 Thieves is an American esports company that was founded by the former COD player Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag and the NBA team Cleveland Cavaliers. The gaming association supports two teams respectively compete in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends.

100 Thieves launched their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster in December 2012. They acquired the former Immortals players, HEN1, LUCAS1, fnx, kNgV- and former Team One player, bit who together will take their gaming levels to new heights.

Competition Participation:

The 2017 competitions that HEN1 and IMT have recently participated include Starladder i-League StarSeries Season 3, Intel Extreme Masters XI World Championship and the NA Qualifiers at DreamHack Masters Las Vegas.


Teles and his IMT team have accomplished a few personal records beating some of the top esports teams such as CLG, Team Liquid, Muffin Lightning, Echo Fox, Optic Gaming, TSM, Splyce and Renegades.


A great win for HEN1 as a player was at DreamHack Summer 2016, his team, Immortals won the match against NiP with the record 2:1, scooping the first prize of $50K.

Another accomplishment for HEN1 and Immortals was at the Northern Arena 2016 in Toronto. IMT took the major title to beat the top team Cloud 9 of a record 2:1, taking home a reward of $50K.