Written By ArmandVanHelden - 2022-04-12
100 Thieves have announced the departure of their iconic VALORANT player who has been playing for the team since the beginning, Spencer "Hiko" Martin. He will stick with the organization as a content creator.
The 2022 season hasn’t been optimal for the well-known North American esports organization. They made some roster shuffles in the middle of the season which eventually hurt their chemistry. Hunter "BabyJ" Schline and Adam "ec1s" Eccles left as Noah "jcStani" Smith and Sean "bang" Bezerra filled in their spots. With things going out of the plan, 100 Thieves made an important decision and changed their whole coaching staff, as well as added a new manager as covered.
Spencer "Hiko" Martin is one of the most famous FPS players in the North American region. He used to be a CS:GO pro before switching to VALORANT just like most of the other players. The most important aspect of this togetherness is that 100 Thieves announced their entrance to VALORANT by signing Hiko. Now, the team will move on with their way in the competitive field without the experienced Sova player. Hiko held a 0.99 rating and 189.4 ACS throughout his time with the 100 Thieves, which equals over 4000 rounds in total.
With Hiko’s departure, 100 Thieves’ current roster is:
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