The news comes soon after the 28-year-old was benched from NoTag in August, who then released him from his contract merely a month later, marking the Brazilian veteran as a free agent.
It was earlier reported that bit joined TeamOne's active ESEA roster — a team he is rather familiar with, having represented them for nearly eight months in 2017, winning several online titles in Brazil and even competing in ESEA Season 25 MDL Global Challenge, before joining 100 Thieves.
Although the light on 100 Thieves quickly deceased, bit linked up with the then Não Tem Como, whom he led at ESL One Belo Horizonte, ZOTAC Cup Masters Europe Finals and the Americas Minor, but his six-month tenure resulted in being benched and released the team now known as NoTag.
After being released, the 28-year-old vowed to continue playing and before long joined TeamOne, filling the void left by Jean-Michel "mch" D'Oliveira, who recently ended his ten-month run with the squad.
"I am very happy to be back with the team that I always gave my best in and out of the game, I hope to conquer new things just how we did in the past! Full focus and thank you who continue supporting me." - bit wrote on Twitter