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LPL: Uzi moves away from the competition once again

The legendary Chinese shooter will take a break from the professional tournament, after returning to the competition for just one division.

With the start of the major League of Legends esports leagues just around the corner, most teams are already preparing for the summer break. However, the LPL legend returns to retirement after a short time in the race. Jian “Uzi” Zi-Hao will take a break from the professional tournament to focus on his role as a streaming player.

Recently, Bilibili Gaming announced Uzi’s official departure from the team after a split in their ranks. The legendary shooter returned to LPL in the hands of the Chinese national team at the end of 2021; the result, however, was not as expected, as he was in eighth place in the table, but he was left out in the second round of the play-offs.

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Following the news of his departure from Bilibili Gaming, Uzi fans asked him about his future live broadcast. The shooter told his community that he was going to take a break from the whole summer dispute to focus on creating content.

“I will definitely rest during the summer. There are many things that have no solution, if I could be a little stronger, it would not be a problem now. There is no -what if- in life, it is a sin, “the experienced shooter explained in his live broadcast.

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On June 3, 2020, Uzi announced that he was retiring from the professional field due to various health problems that prevented him from continuing his successful career at Royal Never Give Up. After returning for LPL in the spring of 2022, the solo shooter played nine games. , won only four of them.

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