100 Thieves reveal their complete Valorant roster

100 Thieves have just announced their roster for their Valorant squad. Here below is their announcement:

100 Thieves’ complete Valorant team consists of the following players:

  • Spencer “Hiko” Martin
  • Keane “Valliate” Alonso
  • Zachary “Venerated” Roach
  • Diondre “YaBoiDre” Bond
  • Alfred “Pride” Choi

Earlier this month 100 Thieves announced that Hiko would be joining the team as its first player and team captain, and that he would be in charge of completing the rest of the 100 Thieves squad. Hiko has been one of North America’s FPS superstars for a very long time, and he is very eager to replicate his success from CS:GO to Valorant.

What about the new players?

The rest of the squad started their esports careers in PUBG and had their first Valorant debut when participating in the ESPN Esports Valorant Invitational, representing Team PUBG. They ended the event placing 7th/8th in that event, however they’ve had a lot more time to practice since the release of the closed beta, and they’ve won a couple of events along the way. Some being:

  • 1st place in Valorant Sunday Showdown Week 2 – 26th April 2020
  • 1st place in Nerd Street Gamers – Open #5 – 4th May 2020
  • 2nd place in Elite Esports – Rivalry Bowl North America – 17th May 2020

The roster that Hiko has lined up for 100 Thieves is definitely filled with talent, and to prove it, they’ll be participating in the T1 x Nerd Street Gamers Showdown tonight at 23:00 CEST. So make sure you tune in to the stream and make sure you keep yourself updated with all the latest esports news over at https://www.esportsguide.com/!

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