Did Uzi leaving and Bin joining help BLG become stronger and will be a force in LPL Summer 2022?
In Spring 2022, Bilibili Gaming welcomed the legendary ADC of the LPL – Uzi. However, this deal was not appreciated at that time. Because, Uzi has been out of the game for too long and many people believe that BLG brought Uzi only for the purpose of branding.
And the reality turned out quite similar to what netizens predicted. Uzi almost did not have the opportunity to play, although every time he played, he performed quite well. Then, as soon as BLG got a place in the playoffs, Uzi announced that he would continue to rest. After that, everyone knows, Uzi has just announced that he will “put down his sword” temporarily for a while. That is, “Super ADC” will not return for Summer 2022 and BLG has also said goodbye to Uzi.
In another development, the “rich guy” of LPL brought back Top Lane Bin – who has just won MSI 2022 with Royal Never Give Up. In return, Breathe will join the “Royal Legion”. This is a deal that also caused the LoL community to stir and discuss with enough conspiracy theories to explain this personnel swap.
But recently, according to Doinb, the departure of Uzi and Bin has helped BLG improve significantly. According to LNG Esports Midlane, BLG’s scrim results are extremely good. And there is almost no team that can make it difficult for the “Rich Man”.
But perhaps anyone who regularly follows professional League of Legends knows, the results of scrims are sometimes very different from the results when entering the real matches. Therefore, whether the deal to bring Bin back and let Uzi help BLG remains to be seen until the tournament. But there is one fact: BLG in the whole Spring 2022 has almost no service from Uzi. As a result, they still cannot compete for the title. There are even extremely disappointing matches, especially when facing direct competitors like Top Esports or Victory Five, Royal Never Give Up.
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