BIT retires as player and intends to start coaching

Brazilian esports athlete Bruno "BIT" Lima has announced his retirement as a professional player. He added that in the future he intends to continue his CS:GO career as a coach.

BIT is best known for his performances in CS 1.6, where he won many big international tournaments with MIBR and Complexity. After switching to CS:GO, he represented several teams from his region, but did not manage to repeat the success achieved earlier.

Lima's last team was 9z, where he played for the last two years. During this time, the Brazilian as an in-game leader helped his team gain a foothold among the leaders of the South American CS:GO scene.

The 31-year-old BIT has yet to unveil a name of the team where he will start his coaching career. According to Globo Esporte, it will be MIBR, which is now left without a coach after the departure of Alessandro "⁠Apoka⁠" Marcucci.