Spencer "Hiko" Martin announced the official start to his free agency Friday, stating that his contract with Rogue had elapsed.
Hiko's time with Rogue's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad began in July 2017, making his an almost two-year stint. In that time, he and the team picked up few major tournament wins. Still, they maintained respectable placements at most events, including a second place at DreamHack Open Austin 2018.
As of today I am officially a free agent and no longer contracted to Rogue.— Hiko (@Hiko) May 10, 2019
Business Opportunities / Teams feel free to contact me via twitter DMs or my business email firstname.lastname@example.org
Including Rogue, Hiko has played on 12 different CS:GO teams over the course of his seven years in the scene, including compLexity Gaming and Cloud9. The American rifler is likely best known for his time with Team Liquid, during which he achieved a fifth-sixth place finish at the ESL Pro League Season 3 Finals and a second place finish at ESL One: Cologne 2016.
Hiko is now seeking to play on a new CS:GO team, but has yet to make any statements concerning prospective opportunities.
Photo by Adela Sznajder/DreamHack