Former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Spencer "Hiko" Martin will recruit four more players to form the Valorant roster of 100 Thieves.
100 Thieves steps into professional Valorant and signs former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Spencer "Hiko" Martin as the Team Captain. Martin will have to find four additional players to form the Valorant roster of 100 Thieves.
100 THIEVES ENTERS VALORANT
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100 Thieves is already known by enthusiasts of League of Legends, Fortnite and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The teams compete at the highest esports levels - NA LCS, ESL Pro League or the Fornite World Cup, nothing is too big for the 100 Thieves. The organization is also a lifestyle brand, selling gaming apparel.
Hiko is the first member of 100 Thieves on Valorant. He now has to pick up more players to fill his team. On Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Martin was a lurker and an entry-fragger. Chances are he will keep these roles in Valorant, and adjust to his future teammates. He also has extensive experience of professional gaming among various organizations. On Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Martin played with a dozen teams, including Cloud9, Quantic Gaming, compLexity Gaming, iBUYPOWER, Team Liquid, or more recently Rogue.
Martin has been streaming on Valorant ever since the closed beta, gathering thousands of viewers every day. He took part in the T1 Valorant Invitational last month, teaming up with Braxton "brax" Pierce, Keven "AZK" Larivière, Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham and Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert. Pierce, Larivière and Latham already signed with T1. 100 Thieves gives him the opportunity to continue his esports career on Riot Games’ popular FPS.