Slingshot Readers,

We NEED your support. More specifically, the author of this article needs your support. If you've been enjoying our content, you know that a lot of work goes into our stories and although it may be a work of passion, writers gotta eat. If just half our readers gave 1 DOLLAR a month, one measly dollar, we could fund all the work from StuChiu, DeKay, Emily, Andrew (and even Vince). If you contribute 5 DOLLARS a month, we invite you to join our Discord and hang with the team. We wouldn't bother you like this if we didn't need your help and you can feel good knowing that 100% of your donation goes to the writers. We'd really appreciate your support. After all, you're what makes all this happen. Learn more

Sadokist tweets that he recovered his BMW

Sadokist tweeted that he recovered the car he deemed stolen earlier this month.
Sadokist (Matthew Trivett) recovered the car he tweeted about being stolen earlier in the month. Photo by Helena Kristiansson/ESL.

A little more than a week after tweeting about the BMW that was presumed stolen, Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett again took to Twitter to reveal he recovered the vehicle.

Trivett tweeted Wednesday that his e46 BMW M3 race car has been returned after initially notifying his 94,000 followers July 1 that it was missing and presumed stolen. He tweeted looking for any sort of help or lead in finding the vehicle, which was originally stored in a 23-foot enclosed trailer at Vantage Motors in Truro, Nova Scotia, and later seen in Cumberland County.

The car isn’t in its top condition, as Trivett said “about $15,000 in tools and spare parts are missing,” but he seemed happy that it has been returned.

Sadokist is a wildly popular Counter-strike caster and is part of the well known duo with Henry “HenryG” Greer.  He has casted many prestigious events in Counter-Strike, such as the ELEAGUE Major in January, and will be part of the team for next week’s PGL Krakow Major.

Cover photo by Helena Kristiansson/ESL,


Leave a Reply