The ex-Submarino Stars player now has a new home, and we have a trailer to celebrate the announcement.
North American esports organisation Cloud9 has revealed that they have signed Flávio 'Jukes' Fernandes to their League of Legends team, a player who has competed in Brazil's Challenger competition for Submarino Stars.
In June of last year Jukes retired though, but now he's back, and a new trailer below gives you an insight into who he is and what he's about.
"I am really excited and honored to be part of the Cloud9 family. Seeing how passionate everyone is about the game, players and staff, makes me even more dedicated to improving my skills. I will work hard to always make you guys proud," said Jukes.
"The talent that Jukes brings to the Rift has been on full display for a while now, and we're thrilled to be the ones to give him a home. His work ethic and passion for the game are going to be a perfect fit here, and we know he's going to make an impact right away," added Jack Etienne, Cloud9 CEO & Owner.