100 Thieves have revealed their new Valorant roster ahead of 2022 Champions Tour led by captain Spencer ‘Hiko’ Martin.
The NA org will bolster its lineup with FaZe Clan rising talent Hunter ‘BabyJ’ Schline while importing British in-game leader Adam ‘ec1s’ Eccles to the team.
“We have finalized our roster!” Hiko said about his new team. “So excited to get to work and play matches again! Welcome BabyJ and ec1s.”
The core of the team remains the same while 100T experiments with two new faces to compete against top NA sides like Sentinels and Cloud9 Blue, to name a few.
100 Thieves 2022 Valorant roster
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— 100 Thieves Esports (@100T_Esports) January 17, 2022
The NA First Strike champions retain the services of Hiko, Peter ‘Asuna’ Mazuryk and ‘Ethan’ Arnold as returning starters. To round out its 2022 lineup, ec1s and BabyJ will slot in the two open spots.
“Excited to start the new season with ec1s and BabyJ!” Ethan said on Twitter. “They both have plenty of talent and I can’t wait to get to work.”
100T were set for a revamp to its lineup after they benched in-game leader Joshua ‘steel’ Nissan in late September 2021. Soon after, Nick ‘nitr0’ Cannella departed the team before returning to Team Liquid’s CSGO team.
In 2021, 100 Thieves just missed out on qualifying to Valorant Champions through circuit points after its collapse against Team Envy in the Masters 3 semifinals.
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The org’s new team will debut once the NA Valorant Champions tour begins on January 27 to kick off year two of Riot’s global competitive circuit.
100 Thieves Valorant roster:
- Spencer ‘Hiko’ Martin
- Peter ‘Asuna’ Mazuryk
- ‘Ethan’ Arnold
- Hunter ‘BabyJ’ Schline
- Adam ‘ec1s’ Eccles