The Valorant pro teams have actually begun to square to bring gifted players to Riot Games’ new competitive shooter. On June 4, 100 Thieves announced it has actually hired Counter-Strike veteran Spencer ‘Hiko’ Martin as the team’s captain, with more team announcements coming in the future.
The 30-year old specialist player is the just player on the 100 Thieves roster as of the announcement, however Hiko will likely have plenty of input concerning his team members and who he plans to work with in thefuture Offered Hiko’s experience with Counter-Strike, he might have a strong amount of insight towards the early techniques for Valorant.
Valorant formally launched on June 2. When it released, no competitive or ranked games were available, however they were playable throughout the end of the game’s beta. Riot Games removed them to usher in new players were still discovering the game, however plenty of expert and competitive players have already had time to sink their teeth into it.
At the very same time of the Valorant announcement, Hiko stated he would be retiring from the expert Counter-Strike scene. Delighted fans can anticipate to see him routinely playing more Valorant on his Twitch page, which might offer lots of with a beginning concept to how the expert environment of the game will pan out over the next couple of weeks.