UZI has officially returned to the competitive scene of League of Legends after debuts with Bilibili Gaming at the Spring Split of LPL. The historic Chinese shooter has returned to the competition competition after announcing his retirement in June of the past 2020. However, he still did more time that we did not see him in an official match: the last confrontation before his appearance in the second game of the Series against Invictus Gaming was against FNATIC at the group’s phase of the WorldS 2019.

Glory without prize for the return of UZI

Bilibili Gaming formed one of the most ambitious projects of the Chinese League of Legends competition facing the new season, adding Uzi on the template as a substitute. The goal was to recover a player who, after the withdrawal of him for health reasons, was pending the completion of his contracts to return to the big leagues and climb the stage. The moment arrived this February 17 and the return was marked by a glorious play at the end of the second map in which he saved his team from an imminent defeat.

Finishing all the rivals when leaving base and certifying a performance rather than at the middle level of the shooters in competitive, the effort did not have too much prize. Although Uzi’s play saved Bilibili from the catastrophe that he had supposed to receive such a corrective by Invictus Gaming, he could not repeat performance in the final confrontation . The shooter started well, but the fights became uphill for him and the team of him and left the whole without prize in the form of points for classification.

UZI Is SMURFING On His RETURN From Retirement
It is difficult to determine what to go through the next parties. Bilibili Gaming is surrendering at a good level at LPL and still has time to trace. In addition, UZI competes in the position of it with Doggo . The player who was a feeling of the last world championship of League of Legends is having good games, especially with Apaleclios and Jinx. They will have to be disputed internally by the position without neglecting the good of the team if they want to be present in the upcoming international competitions.