If you play video games, then you already know it's more fun to play with other humans. But it's not easy to find a dozen people who own the same game, on the same console, and have exactly the same schedule.

The 100 concept is simple: select when you play, your timezone, your age, whether you're serious or casual, and we'll automatically group you with 100 other like minded players.

You'll have more fun playing video games, you'll always have a group of fun people to play with, and you will totally dominate in PvP against a team of randoms. Probably.

Created by Mike LaPeter (muhuhuhaha / @mlapeter / [email protected]) and the help of many generous volunteers. Special thanks to David Mann for huge help with it in the beginning.

"Enter The 100. Nothing will ever be the same... this is the best community tool, for any game, I have ever seen."

"I've met people I genuinely enjoy interacting with via sites like The100.io"

"The100.io allows players to quickly join a clan of 100 players without lifting a finger"

"If you need friends to play Destiny with, there are literally 100 people who are waiting to make your acquaintance. You have nothing to lose, and only teammates to gain."

Twitter Wall of Love:

Reddit Love:

the100.io has completely altered my Destiny experience.
If you're not already using The100.io, then you need to.

More Press:

It’s like setting a tee time. But for Destiny. With less gaudy attire. Maybe. [Silcon Florist]
Fireteam Chat: The Big Cheese [IGN]


We appreciate and encourage as much feedback as possible! For suggestions and new feature requests, submit a post on our The 100 Website Subreddit. For individual questions or help, email Mike at [email protected]


The site is meant to be used to find other people to play with, so most of your info is public except for your email, which is always kept private. You can read the full privacy policy here: Privacy Policy


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