- Valorant streamer Hiko announces joining 100 Thieves' new squad, confirmed by founder Nadeshot.
One of the largest Valorant streamers in the world, Spencer "Hiko" Martin is joining 100 Thieves’ Valorant Team as captain. The announcement was revealed on his stream, where the player said he would be joining 100 Thieves, meaning Hiko will officially retire from CS: GO. Following the announcement on stream 100 Thieves tweeted out a video of their founder Matthew “Nadeshot” Hagg introducing Hiko to the roster.
“My goal throughout my entire career has always been to win,” the streamer said. “I want to win. I will do whatever it takes to win. My goal with 100 Thieves is to bring as many championships and as many trophies as I can to this organisation.”
Hiko has been one of Valorant’s biggest streamers since the beta, impressing fans with his skill. The streamer is also known to explain his decision making, teaching his viewers how to improve. Hiko has been a part of the esports scene since 2011. He started competing in Counter-Strike 1.6 around and has been a part of some prominent teams including Team Liquid and Rogue. He has competed in eight Major tournaments and bagged second place at ESL One Cologne 2016 during his run with Team Liquid.
The other members of the 100 Thieves roster are yet to be announced but with Hiko at the helm, its no doubt that the squad will be stacked.