Some news for the Australian CS:GO scene, as ORDER have announced that they are signing Tyler "⁠tucks⁠" Reilly to their roster. His signing will see him take the place of outgoing player Luke "⁠ekul⁠" Blakey. tucks started his career as a CS:GO player, representing a number of Australia-based teams but making the biggest mark with Chiefs. A hindrance to his career was a VAC ban for cheating he earned in 2014, disallowing him to participate in any Valve-sponsored events, including Majors and Major Qualifiers. The ban was lifted shortly after tucks announced his move to VALORANT in 2021, having been cleared by Valve's change to their eligability rules. Upon the release of VALORANT, he found success in the Australian scene, posting good results in tournaments under ORDER's roster in the Riot Games FPS. He has also served as a coach for the organization's CS:GO team, prior to his full-time commitment to VALORANT. tucks himself has also expressed his happiness and excitement ahead of his return. "After a decent 1.5 year stint in VALORANT, I wasn't really feeling the love for the game that I felt I should have been feeling and really wanted to make a change because it was the only thing in my life that I wasn't 100% enjoying." "After taking a little bit of time to think, I knew I still wanted to be a part of CS and within the ORDER organization. I'm so excited to be back and to be working with the ORDER CS team, I love all the guys in the roster and have a lot of respect for the talent they have and the people that they are. It's going to be a lot of fun." Most recently, he played a match for ORDER during the team's match in the ESL ANZ Championships against Renegades where they suffered a narrow 1-2 defeat. tucks' addition brings additional experience to the Australian organization's CS:GO roster who have recently reached the lower bracket finals of the Asian RMR Qualifiers and are now showing good performances in the ANZ Championships.