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100 Thieves Valorant Player Hiko Explains Why Streamer Mode Shouldn’t Hide The Name Of The Teammates



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Spencer Martin, known as “Hiko,” is a 30-year-old American former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Rogue, Cloud9, Team Liquid, and many more. Since June 2020, he has been playing Valorant for Team Liquid.

Hiko took his official Twitter account to share a new post yesterday and wanted to call out Riot Games about the streamer mode feature in the game that allows you to hide your name till the end of the match.

In the post, Hiko mentioned that players should have seen the name of their teammates who are using the streamer mode because they can dodge the game if they know any toxic players in one of them and make the game less annoying.

Here is what Hiko said:

“Dear Riot: Please don’t let players hide their name from their own team. If there is someone on your team that is a known griefer/troll/toxic they shouldn’t be able to hide their name from you as protection against getting games dodged. Sincerely, Hiko.”

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