TYLOO have announced the re-signing of Hansel "BnTeT" Ferdinand, giving the Indonesian his second stint at the Chinese organization.
He originally played for TYLOO between March 2017 and December 2019, where he led them to the top of their region.
Subsequently, he joined Gen.G, where he was part of their inaugural CS:GO roster, led by Damian "daps" Steele. They would go on to win the NA RMR at ESL One: Road to Rio, but that would be the team's sole success together.
He would join EXTREMUM one year on, completing the Oceanic core of that line-up, but they failed to shine and were unable to secure a title in nine months.
BnTet has been inactive since October, when EXTREMUM benched their roster after failing to qualify for the major.
BnTeT will be taking the reins as the in-game leader, as he did in his previous stint at TYLOO, but it remains unclear who will be stepping aside to allow him to do so.
On signing, BnTet said: "It's time to get back to work again! Feels good to be back! I am going be the IGL for the team and I will do my very best! Cheers everyone."
Although TYLOO have been dominant in their own region, they've historically failed to make a dent against European and North American opposition, and they'll be hoping this signing can help them do so.
BnTet won't have long to get familiar with his new surroundings, as TYLOO are in action at the play-in stage of IEM Katowice in two weeks' time, where they'll get their first chance to face those aforementioned regions.