With another poor-performing season, Bilibili Gaming reviewed the entire lineup of its starting five for the 2020 LPL season and apparently hired Bin, Tian, Knight, Uzi and Ming.
Beautiful crazy team with potential
Although the results recorded this year are better than those obtained in 2020, the 2021 season is far from the expectations set by the Bilibili Gaming Club and fans; The team finished 9th overall, the Spring Split, and finished 6th at the end of the Summer Split regular season, qualifying for the playoffs anyway. Qualifying directly for the 2nd round of the tree, BLG lost their first match 3-0 to Team WE in the final.
The club management looks set to prepare a massive team restructuring project for the LPL’s 2022 season; Already, last November, she chose to align the coaching staff of her academic team BLG Jr. with 5 players to participate in NEST 2021; The lineup finished 2nd in Pool B and unfortunately failed to qualify for the playoffs of the tournament. A few days later, she announced the departures of Kim “Jeka” Zion-woo (midlaner), Kim “Aiming” Ha-Ram (boatliner) and Kim “Kim” Jeong-soo (Head Kohk); Although JECA is currently considered a free agent and coach Kim has announced a move towards DRX, the goal is to officially reach the 2022 kt rolster.
Other departures are in the program for Bilibili Gaming and according to some rumors, the Chinese team has effectively found their future from five in the 2022 LPL season. These are just rumors at the moment, everything may change by the time of officialization, but XiaoXiao, A former Invictus gaming supporter who has retired since 2014, reports that BLG’s lineup next year will include Chen “Bin” J-Bin (Topline – currently in Suning), Gao “Tian” Tian-Liang (Jungle – Former FunPlus). Phoenix), Zhuo “Night” Ding (Midlane – Currently Top Sports), Xian “Uzi” Ji-Hao (Boat Laner – Former RNG Retired May 2020) and Shi “Ming” Sen-Ming (Support – Currently at RNG) Is).
Rumors spread about Uzi by the end of June, highlighting the fact that he could return to the competition scene at the start of the 2022 season. The Chinese competitor suggested in a stream that ‘he could return to the League of Legends’. , But not necessarily in the RNG lineup. He has been retired / inactive for over a year now due to his health issues and Uzi will return next year.
Uzi officially began his professional playing career in 2012 and has spent most of his career in the RNG, competing in two LPL titles, the Mid-Season Invitational title and several World Championships. Although he has not won the Supreme title in his entire career, Uzi is still considered one of the best players in the League of Legends.
The future Bilibili Gaming LPL Edition Team may be like this in the 2020 season; As for the reminder, these are just rumors and you have to wait until the ads are confirmed.