Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez has reacquired the ownership rights of OpTic Gaming from Immortals Gaming Club after over a year. The North American organization shared the news through a tweet dated November 11th.

After OpTic Gaming was acquired by IGC in 2019, Rodriguez left OG and joined NRG Esports as the co-owner and co-CEO.

The news of him reacquiring his former org should come as a delight to fans, as it seems like a bright future lies ahead of it in the upcoming days.

“OpTic Gaming has always been a part of me, and I am glad that it has finally returned home to our fans,” Rodriguez said in a statement.

The org also tweeted out a video remembering the departure of Rodriguez from OG, where he mentions that the team “meant everything” to him. At the end of the 2-minute long video, the 40-year-old sits down on a chair and announces himself as the “Big OpTic H3CZ” once again.

OpTic Gaming is a professional esports and entertainment organization based in Dallas, Texas. The organization currently holds a team in the Call of Duty League branded as “OpTic Chicago” and has previously been involved with other titles like CS: GO or League of Legends.