100 Burglars has signed Spencer “Hiko” Martin as the captain and very first official member of their new Valorant esports group. Hiko at first revealed the move on his livestream, and intends to commit all his time to the game while developing an expert team. He likewise validated his official “retirement” from Counter-Strike Global Offensive (CSGO), with his last team being Rogue. Hiko will continue his over a decade long esports career in Valorant progressing. 100 Burglars required to their Twitter page to share the news and also and state upon what fans can expect.

Nadeshot, creator and CEO of 100 Thieves, evaluated the companies previous successes in games like League of Legends, Call of Duty, and Fortnite. He exposes the top concern he gets asked is which esports game will the company expand to next, and the answer is Valorant. Hiko goes on to compare CSGO and Valorant, stating the mechanics and weapon play are comparable. After 18 years of competitive CSGO, he says Valorant stuck out to him due to it’s resemblances, but he also talks up the originality of the game. The included capabilities supplied him numerous choices for strategy and play-style that he says keep the video game fun and enjoyable to prepare for.

Hiko asserts his goals for the team clearly, stating “… my goal and 100 Burglars’ goal is precisely the very same. My objective throughout my entire profession has constantly been to win.” Nadeshot echoed a similar sentiment, stating “we are going to build our own competitive group to attempt to be the finest in the video game … that’s been out goal because day one with 100 Thieves.” Hiko liquidates saying he prepares to bring champions to the organization, and he can see himself being apart of 100 Burglars for a long period of time.