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Spencer ‘Hiko’ Martin

  • Professional gamer
  • 100Thieves
  • United States
Hiko Settings

Spencer Martin, Commonly known as Hiko is a former professional Counter-Strike player and currently a Valorant Player. He started his professional CS: GO career with Area51 Gaming and started to get recognition after his team finished 3rd at ESWC 2012. Currently, Hiko is playing Valorant under one of the most dominant NA Valorant teams 100Thieves.

Hiko Mouse Settings – Finalmouse Starlight-12

Polling RateWindows SensitivityScoped Sensitivity M.

Hiko Keybinds – Razer Blackwidow Te

L-ShiftL-CtrlMousewheel Down
Equip Primary WeaponEquip Secondary WeaponEquip Melee Weapon
Use/Equip Ability: 1Use/Equip Ability: 2Use/Equip Ability: 3
Use/Equip Ability: UltimateEquip SpikeUse Object
OutlinesOuter LinesInner Lines
Off1 / 5 / 2 / 41 / 2 / 1 / 3
ColorCenter DotFade / Movement / Firing Error
GreenOn / 1 / 1Off / Off / On
Minimap SizeMinimap Vision ConesMinimap Zoom
Rotate / Fixed OrientationShow Map Region NamesKeep Player Centered
Rotate / Based on SideAlwaysOff

Hiko Valorant Video Settings

Display – Alienware Aw2521h

Windowed ModeResolutionFrame Rate Limit
BloomAnisotropic FilteringAnti-Aliasing
Off1xMSAA 2x
Texture QualityDetail QualityMaterial Quality
UI QualityDistortionFirst Person Shadows
VignetteVSyncImprove Clarity

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CPU Cooler

Hiko Most Valorant Popular Video

Hiko’s Career

Spencer “Hiko” Martin was born on March 6, 1990, in the United States. Hiko grew up playing video games on a console with his sister and by the time he was in high school he was playing StarCraft and Diablo II together with his friends until one of his friends was introduced to CS 1.6 by his older brother and then they all decided to give CS 1.6 a try and since then Hiko has been a fan of CS franchise.

Hiko dreamed of becoming a pro-gamer since the day he watched the pro tournaments for the first time.

In 2011, Hiko finally got the chance to fulfill his dream after he was provided the opportunity by a sponsor to travel around the country to participate in CS: GO tournaments. At that time Hiko was attending college and was working as an office administrator for a concrete company. Hiko knew that accepting this offer is a big gamble but he might never get the chance to fulfill his dream again so he quit his job and drop out of college to approach his dream career as a pro-gamer.

Hiko finally started to get the recognition he wanted in 2012 after his team Area51 Gaming finished 3rd at ESWC 2012. But his father never approved of his career as a gamer until he realized that his son was able to pay his bills, especially after he was signed by Cloud9.

Hiko has also been a streamer on Twitch since early 2014 and in May 2019, Hiko left rogue to focus himself fully on his career as a content creator and streamer. as of November 2021, he has around 1.6m followers on Twitch.

In June 2020 Hiko announced that he is retiring from CS: GO pro scene to pursue his career as a professional player for Valorant and was signed by 100Thieves.

Best Valorant Tournament Placements:

  • 3rd in VCT 2021: North America Last Chance Qualifier
  • 3rd-4th in VCT 2021: Stage 3 Masters – Berlin
  • 2nd in VCT 2021: North America Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs
  • 3rd in VCT 2021: North America Stage 3 Challengers 1
  • 5th-6th in VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers Finals
  • 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers 1
  • 5th-6th in VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Masters
  • 2nd in VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Challengers 3
  • 3rd-4th in JBL Quantum Cup
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