Jian “Uzi” Zi-Hao was forced to retire in 2019 due to severe wrist and shoulder injuries. At that time, the doctor assessed that his injury was very serious and it was difficult to recover as before.
After 2 years, Uzi’s health seems to be having many positive changes and increasingly livestreaming League of Legends more often. During the live broadcasts, he many times shared his intention to return to the professional path.
Bilibili Gaming (BLG) made this wish come true when he officially signed his name in the contract for the 2022 season. At BLG, Uzi returned to Bottom lane Doggo, alongside teammates Breathe (Top lane) ), WeiWei (Forest), Fofo (Mid) and Crisp (Support).
Although not a full lineup, Uzi’s presence has made BLG one of the notable names in the upcoming 2022 LPL season.
Doggo – Taiwanese AD carry who is in high form at the 2021 League of Legends World Championship is considered a way to help BLG feel more secure in the bottom lane position because Uzi has not played professionally for 2 years anyway.