Thirty-year old veteran Hiko has found a new playplace and crib: he has retired CS:GO and gone on to sign up with VALORANT team 100 Thieves as its first pro VALORANT player.

Popular streamer Spencer “Hiko” Martin has become team captain for the pro VALORANT team 100 Thieves and will also be moving to Los Angeles once the pandemic aftermath has cooled down. His aime in relocating closer to team headquarters is to aid with the roster. During his stream, Hiko added, “I think that I can consider myself officially retired from CS:GO. All of my effort and all of my time now will be towards VALORANT.” Catch him when he plays for his new team by streaming from LevelUp.bet.

As a veteran of CS:GO, he played for 8 years and for 12 teams, including Cloud9, Team Liquid, and Rogue, becoming one of the most popular talents in North America before turning to VALORANT (is backstabbing still a thing?)



After a badass, 8-year career, having won many LPL splits, the Mid-Season Invitational, and Asian Games, Uzi is forced to give it up due to injuries and bad health.

At only 23 years old, Uzi was medically advised to end his career due to the accumulation of pain in arms, legs and shoulders. Playing for hours took its toll on the player’s health and has been forcing him to take many unwanted breaks. As he commented during an interview with Nike last year, “One time I went to the hospital for a check-up and the doctor said my arms are similar to that of a 40 to 50-year-old. I often feel like my legs have no strength. The lower part of the body feels like it’s not mine.” As of today, he commented, “Due to chronic stress, obesity, irregular diet, staying up late, and other reasons, I have been diagnosed with type II diabetes during last year’s check-up.”

Despite his battle with pain, he dominated his domestic league and won multiple titles but now, in view of the upcoming 2020 LPL Spring Split, Uzi is forced to step away from LOL and retire.

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