Hiko Retires from Valorant

Spencer Martin, known as “Hiko”, announced recently that he was leaving VALORANT. However, he will continue to be a streamer and content writer for 100 Thieves.

VALORANT is a Counter-Strike professional who was 32 years old when he started his Counter-Strike career. Hiko quickly rose to prominence as a streaming player after VALORANT’s release in June 2020. Hiko was also involved in the creation of 100 Thieves VALORANT roster. This team went on win the VALORANT Champions Tour.


After he has retired from professional gaming, Hiko plans to pursue full-time streaming. He previously juggled Twitch streaming and competitive gaming.


According to TwitchTracker he still has more than 1.5 million followers and 1,500 subscribers.


The success of 100 Thieves in both the North American VCT and internationally had declined by the year 2021. The team started a rebuilding of its roster in early 2022. The former casting pair Sean Gares (head coach) and Daniel “ddk” Kapadia (general manager), will be leading the team. The team currently has only Peter Mazuryk (Asuna) and Ethan Arnold (Ethan).

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Spencer Martin, known as “Hiko”, announced recently that he was leaving VALORANT. However, he will continue to be a streamer and content writer for 100 Thieves. After he has retired from professional gaming, Hiko plans to pursue full-time streaming. He previously juggled Twitch streaming

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