Pro players deal with immense pressure during e-sports competitions. And many seek to retire from this daily pressure and enjoy a life of ease with casual streaming and gaming. One of the integral members of a popular Valorant Esports team called, 100 Thieves has retired. Hiko, the captain of 100T and the member that has been a part of the team since its inception has decided to retire.
100 Thieves Hiko has officially retired from competitive gaming…
Forever a legend, one of the first pros I ever got to watch from CS to Val. He will remain a full-time creator for 100T pic.twitter.com/1wz8LoM317
— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) April 12, 2022
100T Hiko will not be exiting the 100T group following his retirement. He will just be exiting their esports team. Hiko will go on to become a full-time content creator for 100T as he has grown significantly on platforms such as Twitch and Youtube. The following combined with his content creation will help strengthen 100T’s brand value across all platforms.
Hiko Retires After A Successful eSports Journey
100T also created a special video enlisting all his accomplishments with the team and what lies in the future for him. As mentioned earlier, Hiko will become a full-time content creator for the Esports team. Check out the special post for the former captain of 100T below:
A special message from the captain of clutch, @Hiko.
— 100 Thieves Esports (@100T_Esports) April 12, 2022
In the video, the team members had a lot of heartfelt stuff to say for their ‘Clutch Captain’. They also mentioned that Hiko was monumental in not only their accomplishments for Valorant. But the entirety of 100T. After that Hiko had a few words to say about his retirement from professional Valorant and what lies ahead for him in 100 Thieves.
Hiko already has a history of being a professional E-sports player and has had an illustrious career in the days of Counter-Strike. He also rose to glory in a very quick manner when Valorant first came out. Hiko was doubtful about just being a streamer for the game or becoming a Pro, but when 100T approached him to build a team, he knew that this was his path.
He came to the limelight in North America for Valorant when 100T emerged victorious in the First Strike tournament and the rest is history. Hiko will now focus on streaming full time and provide his fan base with unique content that has never been seen before. His teammate Asuna, who is reported to become the next leader of the team also had some kind words to say for the departing member.
It's been a pleasure being your teammate and friend for the start of my VALORANT career. Good luck Spencer, hoping the best for you and thank you for being my foundation ❤️
— 100T Asuna (@Asunaa) April 12, 2022