In August, he gave an update on his recovery, revealing that he was "close to 100%", and admitted that he wanted to return to the scene "as soon as possible."
During his first stint with Heroic, peacemaker most notably helped the team to a fourth-place finish at cs_summit 2 and to a final appearance at Copenhagen Games. He was briefly replaced by Andreas "MODDII" Fridh, who took a player-coach role, before naSu was brought in on an interim basis.
Heroic are one of the four teams invited to the Toyota Master Bangkok, a $100,000 tournament that will kick off this Thursday at the Indoor Stadium Huamark. The Danish side, currently ranked 18th in the world, will attend the event with:
Luis "peacemaker" Tadeu (coach)
Been a couple of months, refreshing ones, missed competing and waited for the right opportunity, this is the one.— Luis Peacemaker (@peacemakercsgo) November 19, 2018
Happy to be back with the new Heroic project, keeping a low profile but gonna work really hard, im ready.
Thanks for the support. https://t.co/AVt0RVmX4i