After weeks of speculation and rumour, esports organisation 100 Thieves has announced on Twitter their newly revamped Valorant roster, still built around captain, Spencer "Hiko" Martin.
It was revealed a while ago that former CS: GO veterans, Nicholas "nitr0" Cannella and Joshua "steel" Nissan would be joining the roster, after leaving Counter Strike after several years. The pair were brought on to bring a veteran presence to the team that will hopefully give the organisation a boost when competing against the stellar rosters already dominating North American Valorant.
To round out the team, former Immortals players, Peter "Asuna" Mazuryk and Quan "diceyzx" Tran are joining, to provide the skillful firepower necessary to challenge and potentially defeat, top Valorant competitors, such as the likes of the Sentinels.
These huge changes come after 100 Thieves offloaded their previous roster back in June after a series of undesirable tournament results. This newly revamped team on the other hand, is looking to be a strong competitor, potentially even strong enough to be a champion.